Published On: Mon, Nov 24th, 2014

Euromoney Qatar Conference Begins Tomorrow

Euromoney Qatar Conference Begins Tomorrow

Euromoney Qatar Conference Begins Tomorrow

The 3rd annual Euromoney Qatar Conference will begin tomorrow (Monday) at the Ritz Carlton Doha. The two-day Euromoney Qatar Conference will bring together the world’s leading players and thinkers in finance, with a cross section of Qatar’s financiers and international investors.
Based on the theme “Global finance: re-launched”, this year’s Euromoney Qatar Conference is set to examine a full range of key topics impacting the national, regional and global economies, with the real estate sector set to be a particular area of focus.
A special panel on “Building the Future: Opportunities in the Qatari Real Estate Sector”, will be held on the second day of the Euromoney Qatar Conference.
Increasing real estate activity has delivered a knock-on effect on lending levels. According to Qatar Central Bank, loans to the real estate and contracting sectors are now worth more than 20% of all credit advanced by commercial banks in Qatar.
Richard Banks, Director, Euromoney Qatar Conference, said: “This year’s Euromoney Qatar Conference will examine the changing regulatory climate that will make it easier for international financial organizations to play a bigger role in this dynamic and fast-changing market”.
Other panels include “Changes in the Global Regulatory Environment and their impact on the GCC Eurozone Outlook for 2015”, “Trading and issuance Implications of Post-Crisis Debt Market’s Liquidity”, and “The World in 2015: The Macroeconomic Outlook”.
The Euromoney Qatar Conference 2013 brought together over 600 people from 30 countries for a multiplatform – live and online – financial debate in Doha. This year’s Euromoney Qatar will bring together even more of the world’s leading players and thinkers in finance, with a cross section of Qatar’s financiers and international investors.

Source : Qatar News Agency

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