Dubai Multi Commodities Centre
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|Government of Dubai Authority, Free Zone and Master Developer of Jumeirah Lakes Towers|
|Industry||Free Zone Authority, Commodities Trade and Exchanges, Real Estate and Property|
|Ahmed Sultan Bin Sulayem, Executive Chairman Gautam Sashittal, Chief Executive Officer|
Number of employees
DMCC (Dubai Multi Commodities Centre) was established in 2002 by the Government of Dubai to provide the physical, market and financial infrastructure required to establish a hub for global commodities trade.
Ahmed Bin Sulayem is the Executive Chairman of DMCC.
DMCC Free Zone is the largest free zone in the UAE, with more than 15,000 registered members as of 2018. In 2018, DMCC was named number one global free zone for a fourth consecutive year by the Financial Times FDi magazine.
DMCC supports commodity trading through organizations such as the Dubai Diamond Exchange (DDE), the Dubai Pearl Exchanges (DPE), DMCC Tradeflow, the Dubai Good Delivery Standard (DGD) for Gold, the DMCC Tea Centre, and the DMCC Coffee Centre.
The Dubai Diamond Exchange (DDE) was established in 2004 to facilitate the development of the diamond and coloured gems market. Dubai ranks third behind Antwerp and Mumbai in the leading global diamond hubs in terms of trade, growing from $300 million (Dh1.10 billion) in trade in 2002 to $26 billion in 2016. The Dubai Pearl Exchange (DPE) provides facilities for traders in pearls and holds events events like the World Pearl Forum. In early 2011, DPE held the first pearl auctions outside of the Far East.
- Global Islamic Finance Award for Best Supporting Institution, 2014.
- fDi Global Free Zones of the Year, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
- Facilitating Most Innovative Structured Transaction Award in 2007, Deal of the Year Award.
- Dubai Shariah Asset Management awarded as Best Shariah Compliant product provider, and DSAM Kauthar Commodity Fund received Best Funds of Funds Award, at the Hedge Funds World Middle East Conference 2010
- Best Fund-of-Funds, Failaka Islamic Fund Award, April 21, 2010.
DMCC, for which Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) (Arabic: أبراج بحيرات جميرا) is the physical address, is a 200-hectare mixed-use free zone is grouped into clusters each comprising three tower blocks around three large lakes and a central park. There are 68 towers and the 200-hectare development currently comprises approximately 180,000 sq/m of commercial, residential and retail space.
Almas Tower, the headquarters of DMCC, was completed in mid-2008, is the world's 31st tallest structure. The 68-floor building houses around a thousand diamond companies, diamond vaults, a diamond trading floor, and the Almas Conference Centre (ACC). DMCC's 2017 plan for the Uptown Dubai district includes more than 10 million square feet of commercial and residential space, more than 200 retail and F&B outlets, alongside 3000 residences, a central entertainment plaza and luxury hotels.
List of JLT Towers
|Cluster||Tower 1||Tower 2||Tower 3|
|A||A1 - New Dubai Gate 2||A2 - Laguna Tower||A3 - Lake Side Residence|
|B||B1 - Wind Tower II||B2 - Lake View Tower||B3 - Wind Tower I|
|C||C1 - Fortune Tower||C2 - Gold Crest Executive Tower||C3 - The Palladium|
|D||D1 - Indigo Tower||D2 - Lake Terrace Tower||D3 - Lake City Tower|
|E||E1 - Global Lake View||E2 - Al Sheraa Tower||E3 - SABA Office|
|F||F1 - Bobyan Tower||F2 - HDS Tower||F3 - Indigo Icon|
|G||G1 - Dubai Arch||G2 - Jumeirah Business Centre 1||G3 - Al Fajer Properties (most likely JBC 8 or 9)|
|H||H1 - Jumeirah Business Centre 7||H2 - Concorde Tower||H3 - Al Fajer Properties (most likely JBC 8 or 9)|
|I||I1 - Silver Tower||I2 - Platinum Tower||I3 - Gold Tower|
|J||J1 - Gold Crest Views 2||J2 - Unknown Tower||J3 - Bonnington Tower|
|K||K1 - Under Construction||K2 - Under Construction||K3 - Under Construction|
|L||L1 - Jumeirah Business Centre 6||L2 - Dubai Star||L3 - Ikon Towers|
|M||M1 - HDS Business Centre||M2 -||M3 - Ikon Towers|
|N||N1 - The Dome||N2 - Lakepoint||N3 - Jumeirah Business Centre 4|
|O||O1 - Reef Tower||O2 - O2 Residence||O3 - Madina Tower|
|P||P1 - Armada Towers 1||P2 - Armada Towers 2||P3 - Armada Towers 3|
|Q||Q1 - SABA Twin Towers||Q2 - New Dubai Gate 1||Q3 - SABA Twin Towers|
|R||R1 - Al Waleed Paradise||R2 - MAG 214||R3 - Al Saqran Tower|
|S||S1 - Green Lake Towers||S2 - Green Lake Towers||S3 - Green Lake Towers|
|T||T1 - Fortune Executive||T2 - Lake Plaza||T3 - Pullman Hotel Dubai, JLT|
|U||B1 - U1 - Al Seef Tower 3||U2 - Al Seef Tower 2||U3 - Tamweel Tower|
|V||V1 - Jumeirah Business Centre 2||V2 - Gold Crest||V3 - V3 Tower|
|W||W1 - Jumeirah Business Centre 5||W2 - Tiffany Tower||W3 - LIWA Heights|
|X||X1 - Jumeirah Bay||X2 - Jumeirah Bay||X3 - Jumeirah Bay|
|Y||Y1 - Jumeirah Business Centre 3||Y2 - Lake Shore Tower||Y3 - Swiss Tower|
|Z||Z1 - Jumeirah Lake Apartments||Z2 - Anantara Hotel & Spa||Z3 - Jumeirah Lake Offices|
|AA||AA1 - Business Avenue||AA2 - Amesco Tower||AA3 - Corporate Tower|
|BB||BB1 - Business Avenue||BB2 - Business Avenue||BB3 - SABA TOWER 4|
- Jumeirah Lake Towers
- JLT Free Zone
- Almas Tower
- Armada Towers
- Dubai Ports World
- Dubai Marina
- List of free Trade Zones in Dubai
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