Established by the Dubai Government (DMCC) in 2007, Professional Traders Club facilitates the complete set-up and formation of free-zone companies for traders wishing to relocate to Dubai and TRADE FROM DUBAI.  The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre offers a  trading license enabling traders to establish their own DMCC  free-zone company. Traders are not liable to pay any personal or corporate taxes in Dubai and have 100% ownership of their companies, regardless of their nationality. In order to establish a company, traders can conveniently fulfill the mandatory office requirements by leasing a Trading Desk on our floor and trade Forex, Commodities, Stocks, Bonds, Futures, Options, CFDs, etc.

Considering moving?  We're here to take care of you. 

Our Global Trader Relocation Program facilitates a trader to have 

  • 100% company ownership with ZERO taxes
  • 100% repatriation of earnings
  • Setting up of local Bank accounts and Auditors.
  • Completion of all relevant paperwork for obtaining a Business License and Renewable 3 year Residence Visas.
  • Any other support required through local Govt. and other agencies to move to Dubai.
  • Guidance for Residential Homes, Schools and other social and entertainment options, that can make living in Dubai, a memorable experience.




Dubai is home to a young, dynamic and professional population enjoying the unrivaled quality of life that the city has to offer and its tax-free status. The timezone is also ideal to trade Forex, Commodities, Stocks, Bonds, Futures, Options, CFDs, etc worldwide as Dubai is 4 hours ahead of GMT

Where to Live in Dubai?

Some popular ex-pat areas (where you can also buy property) include Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Beach Residences, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, The Greens, The Meadows, The Lakes, The Springs, Jumeirah Park, Emirates Hills, Palm Jumeirah, Arabian Ranches, Jumeirah Golf Estates, Victory Heights etc. Flat or villas are available for all budgets from studios to 7 bedroom beachfront villas. For a guide to the latest rent and sale prices check here

Where to Send the Children to School?

There are a wide variety of schools and nurseries incorporating International, English, French, Indian, Arabic, German, American and other curriculum available for your children. Check here for a list of schools and here for the latest fees.

Where to Shop?

Dubai shopping malls, including the largest in the world, have everything you want and need with international clothing brands, electronics and supermarkets such as Waitrose and Carrefour offering amazing arrays of fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, meat and fish rivaling anything found in Europe. The late-night opening of practically all shops means you have plenty of time to shop after work with most supermarkets open up until midnight. Amongst many other malls, Dubai Mall and Mall of the Emirates are a couple of world-famous ones. Beyond the malls, all sorts of specialist shops and souqs exist and with Dubai being one of the world's largest import/export hubs, if you can't find it here, someone can usually source it for you.

What's There to Do Outside of Work?

Dubai offers a long list of outdoor activities: beaches, water parks, golfing, tennis, squash, triathlon clubs horse-riding, polo, cycling, boating, fishing, kite-surfing, scuba diving, skydiving, hiking, camping, snow skiing, off-roading and so much more!

Fancy chilling out?

Dubai has over 5,000 restaurants, from takeaway to fine dining from all the over the world including Nobu, Gordon Ramsay, Marco Pierre White, Gary Rhodes etc, lounge bars to pubs and internationally recognized nightclubs (link is external) such as Movida, Mahiki, Cirque, Armani, Embassy etc.

A bit of culture and events?

The Dubai Film Festival, Madinat Theatre, Dubai Community Centre and Art Theatre, Al Quoz art galleries, Art Dubai, Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Race to Dubai Golf Championship, Dubai Rugby Sevens (link is external), Dubai World Cup (link is external) Horse Racing, Sundance Music Festival etc. Tickets for events are available here.

Fancy getting out of the City?

Easily drive to Fujairah, Oman or Ras al-Khaimah or try surfing in Al Ain or dune bashing in the Liwa desert.

Fancy a long weekend?

Fly to Oman, Jordan, India, the Maldives, Sri Lanka or Seychelles. Check all the destinations next door on Emirates, Etihad, and FlyDubai. Visit Explorer and TimeOut for more about Dubai entertainment and lifestyle.


While moving to Dubai may seem a little daunting our staff and traders have all made this move too, so there is a lot of helpful advice from people that have 'been there and done that.'Our 'Global Trader Relocation Program' team will help you to make a smooth transition into Dubai and will endeavor to make your relocation as stress-free as possible. If you want to know how to buy a car, switch your driving license, register a tenancy contract, import your dog or find the nearest off-license we generally have the answer or will know someone that does. For a detailed look at the cost of living from bread and milk to petrol check here.

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