150 retail bankers to attend forum in Dubai
Dubai, February 10, 2014
More than 150 senior retail banking professionals are set to attend a forum in Dubai in April.
The ninth Annual Middle East Retail Banking Forum, which will run from April 7 to 9, will bring together retail banking experts and global solution providers to share their expertise through individual presentations and panel discussions.
The issues to be discussed include ‘cross selling penetration’, ‘customer value management’, and customer acquisition to increase existing customer base.’
The highlight of the conference will be the Guru Panel Discussion, which will focus on ‘Transforming Retail Banking into a Futuristic Banking Model.
The forum will see topics such as 'Creating Success and Driving Profitability in a New Lending Reality' , 'Transforming Personal Banking by making it more Customer Centric' and 'Unlocking Customer Advocacy in Retail Banking.' - TradeArabia News Service
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