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DIFC's Jaffery: Fintech, Insurtech Entrants Need Regulatory, Financial Support

Salmaan Jaffery, chief business development officer of the Dubai International Financial Centre Authority, said the financial center is helping insurtech startups gain flexibility in meeting financial regulatory requirements.

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