Middle East Investment Conference 2018. 17 April 2018, Cairo, Egypt. #MEIC18

Middle East Investment Conference

The 2018 Middle East Investment Conference will bring together over 300 international thought leaders, policymakers, industry experts, and key market participants from across the MENA region. This event has been previously been held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chief of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court (2017); the Central Bank of Bahrain (2016); His Excellency Anas K. Al-Saleh, Minister of Finance, State of Kuwait (2015); and His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan (2014).

2017 Speaker Higlights

Todd Bucholz

Todd Bucholz

Former director of economic policy at the White House, managing director of the US$15bn Tiger hedge fund and award winning economics teacher at Harvard

 Iman Hill

Iman Hill

Technical Director & GM UAE & Egypt, Dana Gas

 Philippa Malmgren

Philippa Malmgren

Author, public speaker, economic advisor (DRPM Group) and a manufacturer (H Robotics).

M.R. Raghu, CFA, FRM, FCMA

M.R. Raghu, CFA, FRM, FCMA

Head of Research, Kuwait Financial Center (Markaz)

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