Amsterdam-based E-commerce and financial firm Adyen has chosen Dubai to set up its Middle East regional headquarters.
The company in November announced its plans to expand to the region as part of its global expansion plan.
The firm already has offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo.
Adyen has chosen Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) for its office due to its regional reach and comprehensive ecosystem.
DIFC currently houses start-ups, established financial services companies, venture capital and educational entities that are working together to create a bright future across financial and economic sectors.
Adyen processed over €303.6 billion worth of transactions in 2020, Trade Arabia reports.