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Suvik Free Zone LLC is head quartered in United Arab Emirates, a Country which offers ample opportunities of growth in a stable and vibrant economy. Whether it's a start-up or an established organization looking to jump to the next level, we are fully-equipped to help you to reach from grass root level to the highest level of Success. To identify the highest value opportunity of your businesses and to address your most likely critical challenges, Suvik provides the following services in association with their hand picked Associates:

Audit & Assurance, Business Process Redesign, Corporate Advisory & Governance Services, Financial Services, IT Services, Media & Entertainment, Offshore Banking Account Services, Risk Management Advisory Services, Transaction Advisory Services, Tax Services, Technology Risk Advisory Services to Entreprises and Corporate.

Our main objective is to deliver highest level of quality services to our customers. We believe in maintaining a long-term and fruitful relationship with our clients by giving them utmost importance and delivering.

According to official Arab data, the UAE was the second largest Arab recipient of foreign direct investment (FDI) last year. This was down to a surge of around $2 billion whereas most other Arab League members saw a decline.

This investment is undoubtedly supporting the UAE in becoming the fastest growing retail estate market in the world. According to recent reports from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, there will be 192 skyscrapers to rise over 150-metres by end-2015. Finally in Qatar, the private consumption and infrastructure boom are reportedly driving forward a strong and steady growth in the economy, according to S&P. This is supported by the movement towards economic diversification in the region.
According to recent official data, the UAE has retained its spot as top Arab consumer market with imports of over $273 billion last year representing 27% of total imports in the region.

Recent Travel and Tourism Competitiveness report figures, suggest that Saudi Arabia is planning a large infrastructure investment project valued at around $77 billion in the coming years. This will include a focus towards roads, bridges and rail, providing new job opportunities. Similarly Abu Dhabi has also approved a social welfare and infrastructure investment of $4.3 billion in the coming years, according to an official statement. This will include allocations towards developing the emirate's electricity grid and waste water treatment facilities.
UAE minister of energy, Suhail Mohammed Al Mazrouei, announced plans to invest in non-oil related energy sources. As a major player in global energy and the world’s seventh largest oil and gas reserve, he stated the UAE recognises that “not only does the world demand more hydrocarbon supply, it also needs rapid decarbonisation”.

This year Dubai alone has seen a 50% increase in the number of new members registered with Dubai SME agency, dedicated to developing local entrepreneurship, according to CEO Abdul Baset Al Janahi. This is great news as SMEs' employ 42 per cent of Dubai’s workforce.

Finally, according to a recent report, the GCC now accounts for more than 50 rail and transport projects at a value of $140bn. Saudi Arabia is leading the way with over $50bn in projects, with Qatar now a close second ahead of the 2022 world cup finals. Many more new companies are entering the Gulf market and major projects are on their way.
According to a recent report from Hay Group, salaries in Oman are expected to rise by as much as 5.6% in 2014. This is more than the anticipated rise of 3.5%, with the oil and gas sector posting the highest pay rises.

This comes alongside reports from the Department of Economic Development, of a 16% growth in foreign trade in Dubai in the first half of 2013. This is supported by the department’s efforts in the last three years to enhance Dubai’s international presence.

Finally, according to banking experts preparing for the Euromoney Qatar Conference, Qatar is beginning to emerge as a focal point for multinational financial institutions. As the 11th most competitive in the world, Qatar was recently upgraded to "Emerging Market" status by S&P Dow Jones Indices and Morgan Stanley Capital International.

Our mission is to help our clients make long-lasting, distinctive, and substantial improvements in their performance.

We believe that we will be successful only if our customers are successful.

Solving the hardest problems requires the best of the best people who are enticed to the opportunity to work on the hardest problems. We build our firm around that belief.

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Vinod Khurana has extensive experience and expertise of over 40 years in Banking, Finance & Management Audit, Legal, Business Management, State of the Art Technology used in High-caliber Machines (Aircrafts), Marine and Non-Marine Insurance, Public Relations, Office Administration, Deposit Mobilization, Fund Raising from National and International Capital Market, Equity Market, Credit Analysis,

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Audit & Assurance
Business Process Redesign
Business Setup
Corporate Advisory
Corporate Governance Service
Financial Services
IT & Software Services
Media & Entertainment
Risk Management Advisory Services Tax Services
Technology Risk Advisory Services
Transaction Advisory Services

Suvik Free Zone LLC

Office number 1E, 5th Floor, Tower - 1

Amenity Center, Al Hamra Al Jazeera

Ras Al Khaimah United Arab Emirates

P.O. Box: 294587

Contact No : +971 55 7149983

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