: Oct 02, 2011 to Oct 05, 2011
: Grand Hyatt
: Business, Visitors, Government Employees, Media
The 5th Annual MENA Investment Management Forum -- formerly known as the FundForum Middle East -- is coming to Qatar for the first time.
Hosted by the Qatar Financial Center Authority, the conference will offer financial service providers in Qatar an opportunity to interact with their peers from across the Middle East and North Africa region. The event will provide an ideal forum for participants to discuss regional and global trends, as well as challenges facing the industry.
"The MENA Investment Management Forum moving to Doha is further recognition that Qatar is becoming the regional center for the asset management industry," said Shashank Srivastava, acting CEO of the QFC Authority.
"Supported by one of the fasted growing economies in the world, high levels of institutional and retail wealth and an increasing breadth and depth of investable assets, Qatar is able to provide investment managers emerging market returns at developed market risk levels."
Regional onshore assets under management are expected to reach $100 billion by 2012, according to Cerulli Associates.
Highlights of the investment forum include:
Over 90 CEOs, CIOs and investment experts already confirmed for this year.
60+ sessions for networking and learning opportunities.
Two special focus programs: Sunday 2 October - The Emerging Markets Summit day and The Islamic Asset Management Masterclass
To register for the conference or for more information, visit here
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