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The Dubai Investment Fund has over 7,300 clients in 61 countries and manages approximately $320 billion in assets. DIF was founded in 2001 and has since hired 920 finance professionals.

The Dubai Investment Fund (DIF) is expanding its global presence to three new countries: New Zealand, the Czech Republic and Cyprus.

The first of these offices will open in Prague (Czech Republic), followed by offices in Wellington (New Zealand) and Nicosia (Cyprus) by mid-September. Employees can work in the office, remotely or in a hybrid role, the company said in a statement.

The offices in the Czech Republic and Cyprus will focus on real estate, tourism, banking and artificial intelligence projects. The New Zealand office will focus on new projects in the areas of ESG, healthcare and green energy.

In New Zealand, the Dubai Investment Fund plans to invest in solar power plants and groundbreaking biomedical initiatives that explore various approaches to integrating artificial intelligence into advances in modern healthcare.

The company has offices in Dubai, London, Sydney, Mumbai, Tokyo, New York, Frankfurt, Zurich, Quebec, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Seoul, Milan, Singapore, Luxembourg, Shanghai and Barcelona. The company’s global reach was recently increased by adding three new countries to its portfolio, bringing the total number of countries served to twenty.

The company is currently headquartered in Dubai and 17 other locations around the world, employing around 2,600 people. The largest offices are in Dubai, New York, London, Tokyo, Frankfurt, Hong Kong and Shanghai.

The Dubai Investment Fund has over 7,300 clients in 61 countries and manages approximately $320 billion in assets. DIF was founded in 2001 and has since hired 920 finance professionals.