10th GCC Banking and Financial Markets Conference
Venue: Burj Al Arab
|Event Date/Time: Nov 07, 2013 / 8:00 am - (GMT +4:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Nov 07, 2013 / 2:00 pm - (GMT +4:00 hours)|
Remarkable change evolving the structure and operations of the financial markets listed companies has generated an intense impact within the economic platform and investment climate of the GCC region. The urgency to execute strong policies and advanced modeling techniques is crucial to gain financial liberalization and market efficiency in the era of globalization.
Datamatix is pleased to present the, "10th GCC Banking and Financial Markets Conference" which aims to develop innovative strategies in advancing the region's financial structure towards achieving a sustainable market-based financial system. The conference will redefine the role of listed companies, financial institutions and investors in adopting global standards to restore confidence of the current financial system. It will also discuss the need for a fundamental rethink on how to leverage financial risks and opportunities in accelerating financial growth for a more resilient and stable economy.Who will attend ?
- CEO's, CFO's and Chief Investment Directors
- Stock Brokers and Shareholders
- Stock Market Regulators
- Executives from Public Listed Companies
- Account Managers and Financial Controllers
- Business Analysts and Business Development Managers
- Financial Consultants and Advisors
- Fund Managers and Market Traders
- Economists and Policy Makers
- Decision Makers and Top Executives
- Academia and Researchers
The conference analyzes the factors that add to the current financial volatility in the GCC markets. Attended by the region's decision makers, top executives and financial experts, the forum is a key meeting point to build business relations and forge partnerships. Participants can engage in a healthy debate to further discuss and examine micro and macro features of the the evolving financial system.
The event will cover best practices used by financial leaders; fate of listed companies in the GCC stock markets; the role of private sector in the development of more IPO for the GCC markets, determining factors in past capital and market failures and effective strategies to avoid unlikely threats in the future.