“Thrive in Abu Dhabi” highlights the long-term visas and paths to citizenship available for expats working, creating, studying, excelling or investing in priority sectors that empower them to build their futures in a safe and welcoming environment.
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), the award-winning International Financial Centre located in Abu Dhabi, announced on Sunday that it has enacted the Data Protection Regulations 2021, which will replace the current Data Protection Regulations 2015.
The International Protection Day falls on 28th January of every year and marks the anniversary on which the Council of Europe’s data protection convention, known as ‘Convention 108’, was signed.
The committee renewed its call to community members to continue their cooperation and commitment to follow preventive and precautionary measures and to make them a way of life.
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), the award-winning international financial centre, marked a record year of growth in 2020, with significant achievements across core areas of FinTech, regulation, sustainable finance and arbitration.
The council is the entity responsible for organising, setting and approving public policies for Abu Dhabi in relation to all financial, investment, economic, petroleum and natural resources affairs.
A further Dhs22b is expected to be rolled out across the industry over the next five years, with a substantial portion to be deployed in the development and support of cultural institutions, mainly new museums, including the upcoming Zayed National Museum and Guggenheim Abu Dhabi...