About Continental Group of Companies


Continental is a business name used by a number of Continental Group companies (“Continental”).

Continental Insurance Brokers LLC (Registration Number: 088) is regulated by the Central Bank of the UAE and licensed to conduct insurance brokerage activities. The registered head office is located at Office No 505, Level 5, Bay Square 11, Dubai, UAE and the branch office is located at Office 1104, 11th Floor Hamdan Street, (Hamdan & Salam Corner- Abdullah Darwish Building), Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Continental Financial Services LLC (Registration Number: 608026 & 20200000091) is regulated by the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA), UAE and is regulated to conduct business activities of ‘Financial Analysis and Financial Consultation’ and ‘Product Promotion'. The registered head office is located at No 503, Level 5, Bay Square 11. Dubai, UAE.

CFS (DIFC) Limited (Registration Number: CL5696) is regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) and licensed to conduct the regulated financial services activities of ‘Advising on Financial Products’ and ‘Arranging Deals in Investments’. CFS is incorporated in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).  The registered office is located at Unit 1102B, Level 11, Burj Daman, Dubai International Financial Centre, United Arab Emirates. 

Continental Financial Services LTD (Registration Number: C117022438) is regulated by the Financial Services Commission (FSC), Mauritius and regulated to conduct business activities of ‘Financial Adviser (Unrestricted)’ and ‘Insurance Brokerage’. The registered head office is located at NG Tower, Cybercity, Suite 201, 2nd floor, Ebene, Mauritius.

Continental Financial Services SA (Registration Number: CHE-294.940.940) is regulated by the Association Romande des Intermédiaires Financiers (ARIF), Geneva and regulated to conduct business activities of ‘insurance brokerage’. The registered head office is located at Rue Francois, Versonnex 7, Level 1, Geneva 1207Geneva, 1207, Switzerland.

Juvo Wealth Limited (Registration Number: FB1330) is regulated by the Hong Kong Insurance Authority, Hong Kong and is regulated to conduct the business activities of ‘Insurance Brokerage’. Registered head office is located at Unit 17, Level 11, BOC Group Life Assurance Tower, 136 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong.


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