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    Dubai Financial Services Authority

    Dubai Financial Services Authority

    The DFSA is an independent regulator of financial services or from the dubai international financial centre, with a dedicated financial free trade zone in dubai, the united Arab emirates.DFSA regulatory authority includes asset management, banking and credit services, securities, collective investment fund custody and trust services, commodity futures trading, islamic finance, insurance, international stock exchange, and an international commodity derivatives exchange.In addition to regulating finance and ancillary services, the DFSA is responsible for overseeing and enforcing the requirements of AML and CTF applying to the dubai international financial centre.DFSA has also accepted the delegation's authority to investigate DIFC corporate affairs and partnerships for major breaches DIFC corporate legal doubts and pursuing enforcement remedies can be registered.

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