02 Nov 2019
Middle East Banking Forum opens in Abu Dhabi
7th edition of the Middle East Banking Forum is all set to host by UAE Banks Federation the on Sunday. There will be presence of high-profile speakers and global industry experts to share insights on key banking and financial topics.
The event will be conducted at Fairmont Bab Al Bahr in Abu Dhabi on November 3 and is expected to be attended by over 500 delegates, including governors, c-executives from official banks, financial regulators and private sector organization.
Chairman of UAE Banks Federation, AbdulAziz Al Ghurair, and governor of Central Bank of the UAE Mubarak Rashed Al Mansoori, , will address the event at the beginning of the forum. Other speakers are Greg Cross, artificial intelligence pioneer and co-founder and chief business officer of Soul Machines, and Jamie Woodruff, Europe’s top ethical hacker. There will interactive sessions also.
“As we witness dramatic transformation across the banking sector, it has never been more important for us to share our experiences so we can manage this change and achieve greater success. As one of the most important events in this sector that brings together such a wide spectrum of key players across the industry, the Middle East Banking Forum provides the perfect stage to explore opportunities and identify ways to address the challenges on the horizon.T his year’s MEBF will not only reveal fascinating insights into the evolving sector, but also act as a crucial platform for exchanging knowledge, and therefore, equipping financial institutions with the tools necessary to achieve growth for the benefit of the wider economy.” Said AbdulAziz Al Ghurair, chairman of UAE Banks Federation.