International Bank of Qatar (ibq) hosted a private event on ‘Global Wealth Management’ for a handful of influential businessmen in Qatar during an exclusive dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel Doha. ibq sealed strong partnerships with renowned international institutions active in banking and finance in the last years, for the benefit of ibq bankers and customers. With this exclusive event, the bank is delivering on its promise to nourish and build true relationship with its valued customers.
UBS Wealth Management Global Chief Economist Paul Donovan discussed the latest key economic trends and outlook, trade and tax issues, and current issues affecting economies and financial markets around the globe. Paul Donovan is a member of the Global Investment Committee and a UBS Opinion Leader. He is responsible for developing and presenting the UBS economic outlook, marketing the UBS view on economics, policy and politics around the world.
Chaouki Daher, General Manager – Head of Private Banking at ibq said he was thankful to Paul Donovan and the UBS for sharing their valuable insights with top business decision-makers in the country. With 60 years of experience, ibq has a deep knowledge of local and regional market and uses a holistic and very disciplined approach to wealth management.
ibq seeks to offer its privileged customers the opportunity to interact with the most influential and inspirational speakers from around the world. Building meaningful relationships with customers is of utmost importance to ibq and it goes beyond providing top banking services.
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