Bahrain Jumps 20 Positions In The Global Financial Centres Index

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Bahrain climbed 20 positions in the Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI26) from 67th to 47th out of 104 global financial centers, according to a report by (Z/Yen), a financial services company (London) and China Development Institute (CDI).

The classification of the index is based on 6 elements: Business Environment, Tax Policy, Human Capital, Infrastructure, Reputation, and Financial Centre Development. The report, which is updated in March and September each year, is of great interest to the global financial community and is a reference for Financial and investment policymakers around the world.

The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) came in the top ten centers globally on the 8th position, while New York, London, and Hong Kong topped the top three, followed by Singapore, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Beijing in fourth to eighth positions, Shenzhen and Sydney in 9th and 10th positions.



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