Everyone has the right to invest in the financial markets


The world today is full of aspirational minds. People are looking to pursue their financial ambition and create a more secure life for themselves and their loved ones. Achieving financial freedom is treasured by the masses yet attained by few. However, every person has a right to participate in the financial markets and, in the process, equalise the wealth opportunity.

Most people in the Middle East are missing out today because the financial system wasn’t traditionally designed to serve everyone in an equitable manner. For example, large institutions, family offices, and ultra-high net worth individuals are well catered to by banks and financial institutions, whereas ordinary individuals are often neglected.

Similarly, many wishing to trade and invest are overlooked, particularly women. Research has found that 75 per cent of women feel misunderstood by finance professionals, which likely stems from two things: a resounding failure to…

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