“Pankaj Mundra, co-founder and managing partner of Dubai-based career facilitation firm Nimai, also attributed the regional hub’s attractiveness to its tax-free environment with a great lifestyle and security for workers and their families; exposure to work with over 100 nationalities; exposure to the African market and GCC countries; and the exponential growth the learning opportunities.
He pointed out that jobs related to taxation and various finance roles for corporates especially for Expo 2020 Dubai are in demand.
“Multinational companies from Africa are opening their corporate offices in Dubai, which brings in opportunity for finance and IT professionals to support the new offices. There is also opportunity for investment bankers [CFAs] in perspective of conducting due diligence and valuations,” said Mundra, who is also former chairman of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India – Dubai Chapter.
In the future, people with an entrepreneurship mindset and who can provide business ideas to businesses will have great opportunities. Also, in technology, fintech companies will supplement and complement the existing financial services”