With this issue, Markaz was the first non-UAE company to list a conventional bond on Dubai International Financial Exchange (DIFX).
What does DIFX stand for?
DIFX stands for Dubai International Financial Exchange
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- Direct Immunofluorescent Filter Technique
- Drug Information Full Text (American Society of Health-System Pharmacists)
- Danish Institute for Fisheries Technology and Aquaculture
- Deutsches Institut für Urbanistik (German)
- Deutsches Institut für Veränderung (German: German Institute for Change)
- Danish Institute for Food and Veterinary Research
- Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (Maine)
- Dubai International Fashion Week
- Driver Install Frameworks (software)
- Driver Install Frameworks Application Programming Interface (Microsoft)
- Driver Installation Frameworks for Applications (Microsoft)
- Dynamic-Increase Factor for Yield Stress (structural steel)
- Data Item Group (US DoD)
- Dead in Ground
- Decentralized Information Group (various organizations)
- Déclaré d'intérêt Général (French: Declaration of General Interest)
- Delta Informal Gardeners (California)
- Departement Informatique de Gestion
- Department Inspection Group
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Previously, Schubert was the CEO of the Dubai International Financial Exchange.
A world-class stock exchange, The NASDAQ Dubai (formerly known as the Dubai International Financial Exchange or DIFX), was opened in the DIFC in September 2005.
The year gone by has witnessed the implementation of some of our most ambitious plans, including the highly successful listing of our subsidiary Villamar Sukuk Company's $190m sukuk bond issue on the Dubai International Financial Exchange.
Dr Papazian, who was most recently senior vice president for innovation and development at the Dubai International Financial Exchange (DIFX), had led the market development efforts of the exchange, and successfully launched the region's first structured products platform with both Islamic and conventional product offerings.
Dubai International Financial Exchange (DIFX) is later renamed Nasdaq Dubai.