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11 Feb 2022

Seven Capitals to Celebrate Launch of New Subsidiary with Burj Khalifa Show

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The financial investment industry is known to be dynamic and ever-changing. As a notable trailblazer in the field, an Indian company is aiming to grow as tall as one of the world’s greatest wonders — the Burj Khalifa.

The banner launch of India's first and only Institute for Financial Market Studies, Seven Capitals, is slated to be a grand affair — a veritable feast to the eyes — as it lights up the world’s tallest building tonight.

The event is scheduled to take place on Friday, February 11th at 8pm on the Burj Khalifa, at the heart of Dubai. This novel initiative is a new venture of "Seven Capitals", the largest share market brokerage firm in the UAE, spearheaded by a notable Indian entrepreneur. The organization aims to expand their operations by opening their institutions across the South-Indian state of Kerala. The first campus, located in Kochi, is set to open its doors to students soon.

Mohammed Shaheen, CEO & Managing Director of Seven Capitals, said of the much-awaited launch event, “The company aims to instill in students a sense of responsibility and safe investment practices, as well as to build a new career and thereby empower the younger generations. We are striving to introduce a new work culture with endless possibilities, ensuring life-long financial security supported by the breakthrough knowledge of distinguished and unique financial market investment studies for both men and women, regardless of their age.”

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