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Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM)

ADGM is the financial free zone in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in the UAE established in order to promote the Emirate of Abu Dhabi as a global financial center, to develop the economy of the Emirate and to make it an attractive environment for financial investments and an effective contributor to the international financial services industry.
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Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC)

AIFC is a financial hub for Central Asia, the Caucasus, EAEU, the Middle East, West China, Mongolia and Europe. The AIFC operates within a special legal regime based on Common Law, which regulates the legal relationships between AIFC participants and third parties and is aimed at the development of the financial market.
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Belgian Finance Center (BFC)

BFC is a non-profit organization created by a consortium of banking and financial professionals based in Belgium. Its mission is to provide its members with a forum for discussion, knowledge sharing, and network building. It tries to be a link between the various professional associations grouping banks, insurance companies, asset managers in order to strengthen the role of the Belgian financial community.
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Busan Finance Center (BFC)

BFC is an incorporated association built upon public-private partnerships to accelerate Busan's growth as an international finance hub and act on policy initiatives to attract foreign and domestic financial institutions. BFC collaborates with various institutions to drive innovative business and technology in the broader economy of Northeast Asia, focusing on the development of marine finance, derivatives, fintech, and blockchain.
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Casablanca Finance City (CFC)

CFC is an African financial and business hub located at the crossroad of continents. Recognized as the leading financial center in Africa and partner of the largest financial centers, CFC has built a strong and thriving community of members across four major categories: financial companies, regional headquarters of multinationals, service providers and holdings.
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FinCity.Tokyo

FinCity.Tokyo was founded under the leadership of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government in collaboration with private businesses in order to promote and to continuously upgrade Tokyo's financial ecosystem. FinCity.Tokyo conducts promotional activities including disseminating information; facilitating market entry/ networking domestically and internationally; attracting overseas financial companies to Japan.
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Frankfurt Main Finance (FMF)

FMF is the financial center initiative for Frankfurt am Main, the leading financial center in Germany and the eurozone. The initiative has more than 70 members including the State of Hesse, the cities of Frankfurt and Eschborn, and dozens of prominent actors in the finance sector. FMF leverages the influence of its members to advocate for the Financial Center Frankfurt and provide high-caliber dialogue platforms.
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Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council (FSDC)

The FSDC is a high-level, cross-sectoral advisory body to promote the further development of Hong Kong's financial services industry and to map out the strategic direction for development.
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Luxembourg for Finance (LFF)

LFF is a public-private partnership between the Luxembourg Government and the Luxembourg Financial Industry Federation (PROFIL), bringing together the various financial industry associations. LFF connects international investors to the range of financial services provided in Luxembourg, such as asset management and wealth management, banking, insurance, capital market operations or advisory services.
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Moscow International Financial Center (MIFC)

MIFC is a community effort by the business, the government and the Russian society in general. MIFC supports the modernization effort, affecting different parts of the economy – from financial markets and overall regulation to science and healthcare. MIFC aims to establish a high-tech, world-class competitive financial market in Russia.
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Paris EUROPLACE

Paris EUROPLACE is the organization in charge of promoting and developing the Paris financial marketplace. As a privileged intermediary of the European and French authorities, with which it maintains an ongoing and constructive dialogue, Paris EUROPLACE initiates proposals for the collective benefits of the financial center.
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Rwanda Finance

The Kigali International Financial Centre positions itself as a professional, member-focused, transparent, and economic substance-oriented jurisdiction to facilitate increased cross-border trade and investments within Eastern and Central Africa.
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Stuttgart Financial

Founded in 2007, Stuttgart Financial is the financial center initiative for the State of Baden-Württemberg and its capital city Stuttgart. We support the financial center and increase its visibility. We promote the financial center on behalf of the financial institutions. We connect the financial center and maintain a rising network.
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The Capital Market Authority of Oman (CMA)

The CMA is the sole regulator and supervisor of the capital and insurance markets. The CMA has the vision that the Capital and Insurance markets will become an engine for sustainable economic growth and wealth creation. In order to achieve this vision, the CMA will continue to develop and promote informed, efficient and effective markets and participation.
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The Economic Development Board Mauritius (EDB)

The EDB provides strong institutional support for strategic economic planning and ensures greater coherence and effectiveness in economic policy formulation; promotes Mauritius as an attractive investment and business center, a competitive export platform as well as an International Financial Center; acts as the main institution responsible for country branding for investment promotion, and ensures a conducive business environment.
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The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC)

The QFC, one of the world's leading and fastest-growing onshore business and financial centers. Qatar is ranked as one of the top economies in competitiveness, communications, and innovation, and boasts one of the strongest and most dynamic markets in the MENA region. The QFC offers its own international legal and business environment governed by English common law, which allows up to 100% foreign ownership, 100% repatriation of profits, and 10% corporate tax on locally sourced profits.
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TheCityUK

TheCityUK is the industry-led body representing UK-based financial and related professional services. In our 10th anniversary year, we continue to champion and support the success of the ecosystem, and thereby our members, promoting policies in the UK, across Europe and internationally that drive competitiveness, support job creation, and ensure long-term economic growth. The industry contributes over 10% of the UK’s total economic output and employs more than 2.3 million people.
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Toronto Finance International (TFI)

TFI is a public-private partnership between Canada's largest financial services institutions and the government and is the lead voice for the global prominence of Canada's financial services sector. TFI's work spans from helping global financial services firms expand their operations to working with the financial community, government, and academia to foster a globally competitive sector that drives the economic growth of Canada.
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