3rd GCC Stock Market Summit
Venue: Burj Al Arab | Dubai, UAE
|Event Date/Time: May 02, 2006|
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.
We strongly recommend this conference to anyone who wants to learn more about the existing GCC stock market situation and its future. The program and the various topics it addresses are suitable for existing and potential investors, investment consultants, fund managers, bankers, regulators etc.
What will be discussed?
The conference aims to bring about engaging discussions on GCC stock markets, its future, risks and opportunities in the emerging stock market boom etc. It will discuss significant topics that highlight future challenges facing stock and capital markets in the GCC countries, and the requirements of collective and joint work required from all major stake holders of the GCC stock markets, including the establishment of regulatory authorities, corporate governance, transparency of operations etc.
Why Should you attend?
The investment and stock market lessons you will learn here will stay with you for life and will be relevant wherever you go. So by participating in this conference, you will not only be able to get results now, but also for you entire lifetime. In addition, at the conference you will:
Learn up-to-date strategies for investing and making money on GCC stock exchanges
Listen to speakers who have years of practical experience and in-depth knowledge
Meet and interact with brokers, industry experts and professionals, other investors and traders
Who Will Attend?
All top decision makers interested in investing in the GCC Stock Markets including:
CEOs, CFOs, CIOs,
Chairmen, Vice-chairman, Directors
General Managers, Managing Directors
IT Managers, Financial Controllers
Marketing Managers, Sales and Business Development Managers,
Presidents, Consul Generals, Ambassadors, Ministers
Consultants, Advisors, and More High Ranking Delegates