StanChart forum on emerging economies
Dubai, April 2, 2011
Standard Chartered will host its 2011 forum in Dubai on April 5, which will focus on the super cycle and its impact on local, regional and global financial markets.
The forum entitled “The Super-Cycle: Emerging Economies Poised to Accelerate” provides a platform for discussion on the challenges and opportunities of emerging economies’ accelerated growth in light of the global economic super cycle, a statement said.
“The Standard Chartered Forum has been specially created to further deepen our client relationships through direct interaction between the bank’s senior management and its clients,” said Dan Azzi, co head of wholesale banking, Menap, Standard Chartered.
“These forums are an important platform not only to discuss the solutions and better understand our clients’ requirements but to also share information about the current trends in an ever dynamic industry,” he added.
The event is held exclusively for Standard Chartered clients and presents a cohesive programme that will provide participants with valuable insight, outlook, commentary and networking opportunities to further understand the current unprecedented market challenges and seize opportunities to outperform in the current climate, the statement said.
Harish Hemandas, head of Financial Markets Sales, MEA, Standard Chartered, said: “As a trusted partner of our clients, we appreciate how valuable information and networking is to their businesses.”
“In this context, the forum provides a platform to exchange ideas and network with industry partners. Thanks to its success in bringing together people and ideas, the forum has now become one of the most keenly awaited business networking event in the Mena region,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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