Nasdaq Stock Exchange celebrates Dr. Maryam Buti Al Suwaidi by placing her picture on the front of its building in New York

In recognition of the status and achievements of Emirati women

In appreciation of the position occupied by Emirati women and their achievements at various levels and their effective role at the economic, financial and financial technology levels, Nasdaq Stock Exchange placed, on the front of its famous building in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, a picture of Dr. Maryam Buti Al Suwaidi, CEO of the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) alongside the logo of Securities and Commodities Authority.

This is the third time that Nasdaq Stock Exchange has placed a poster on the front of its building that includes the picture of H.E. Dr. Maryam Al Suwaidi, as the first time was in 2016 as part of the “Women in Market Technology” campaign, and then in 2021 to congratulate her for being chosen as the first woman to head the Securities and Commodities Authority in the State and the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries.

Dr. Maryam Al Suwaidi has recently added two important achievements to the record and balance of her professional and academic achievements when she was chosen by Forbes magazine as one of the five most powerful businesswomen in the Middle East. She was also accredited by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) as the first Emirati woman to be selected as a certified resident expert in evaluating anti-money laundering and terrorism financing regulations, after obtaining the International Diploma in Anti-Money Laundering from the International Compliance Association (ICA).

It is noteworthy that Nasdaq Stock Exchange is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world, and among the largest in terms of market capitalization in the United States and the world. It is the largest stock exchange in America that operates on the basis of electronic screens and most of the companies listed therein are technology companies. In addition, it is the main indicator of the American technology market.

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