Kicking off today, the 6th GCC Financial Forum will discuss economic diversification in the Gulf and innovative approaches to the future of finance in the region.
In the two-day meeting hosted by Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB) and Euromoney Conferences, around 600 experts in finance, economists and policymakers will discuss dynamics of the oil market, fiscal strategy and taxes and fees that will be part of the GCC’s economic future. The impact of global political events and the role of private capital will also discussed.
“This year, our objective is to look at how financial markets in the Gulf (region) are evolving, (so as) to examine the region’s financing challenges and to explore how the creation of vibrant and innovative approaches to financial intermediation can provide effective solutions to these challenges,” said Victoria Behn, head of Middle East and Africa at Euromoney Conferences.
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