Event Date/Time: Dec 03, 2005
Various GCC stock markets have attracted large investments as many GCC countries decided to open their capital markets to GCC citizens and in some cases to foreign investors. At the end of 2004, the market capitalization of member states stock markets exceeded 534 billion US dollars. The GCC countries are seeking to develop the working mechanism of their stock markets, deepening them and enhancing their growth by reinforcing transparency and facilitating inter-transactions to maximize the benefits. In this regard, this conference addresses major issues, risks and opportunities for investors in the GCC stock markets. The impressive growth of GCC stock markets in the recent years has been largely due to the increased number of companies that listed their stock for the first time on public markets, via initial public offerings (IPOs). The number and frequency of IPOs have risen impressively in the GCC, as part of a shift away from private or bank finance and towards funding via public stock options. The conference explains the need for more integrated markets and faster information linkages between regulatory authorities for developing a healthy business atmosphere and the success of GCC stock markets.
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