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du, commercially rebranded from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has received licenses from the Central Bank of the UAE to offer new digital financial services that align with the evolving needs and preferences of customers in the digital era.

Fahad Al Hassawi, CEO of du, said: "The awarding of these licenses underscores the UAE's commitment to creating an environment that nurtures fintech innovation collaboration. We believe that EITC's entry into [the] digital financial services space will further enhance the financial landscape of the UAE through customer-centric solutions that will contribute to its growth and development.”

The licenses granted by the Central Bank of the UAE enable du to introduce innovative financial solutions that will contribute to the development of an advanced, modern, future-ready financial ecosystem across the UAE.

This milestone positions du at the forefront of the evolving fintech landscape in the region and supports the UAE's commitment to fostering innovation, competition, and financial inclusion by promoting a cashless society.

du aims to empower individuals and businesses with convenient, secure, and efficient solutions that simplify their financial transactions and meet their diverse needs. du’s foray into digital financial services aligns with the UAE's ongoing initiatives to promote financial technology and ensure the country remains at the forefront of global fintech innovation.

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