UAE, Dubai, November 2, 2021
The UAE Financial Markets Association (UAE FMA) is gearing up to receive delegations and members of financial market associations and competent federations to participate in ACI World Congress and ICA Conference, which will take place from November 17 to 20 at Hilton Dubai Al Habtoor City.
The Association made a milestone by combining ACI World Congress and ICA Conference under one umbrella in collaboration with Dubai Tourism, its strategic partner. The event will host more than 800 personalities representing ACI members and representatives of the Inter-Arab Cambist Association (IAC) and delegates engaged in financial trading in stock markets, including world leaders and former prime ministers
The four-day joint conference, one of the most important events dedicated to financial trading, will offer a window to the future of financial markets on the global stage by engaging experts and high-profile professionals to throw light on economic issues .
Participants, including international political leaders, central bank governors, CEO’s, chief economists and senior bankers, who have been selected on a global basis for their experience and insights, will discuss the best global practices for promoting the financial sector, foresee appropriate solutions and highlight the expected economic trends of over the next four years.
The global event offers an ideal platform for financial trading professionals to gain experience, share expertise and learn more about the economic stimulus instruments, particularly with some economic sectors are still facing stagnation due to the outbreak of the COVID -19 pandemic across the world and its repercussions.
The ACI World Congress and ICA Conference will feature a number of speeches by secretaries general of financial market associations and former heads of state, in addition to a range of interactive sessions engaging a selected group of experts from financial market community and economists.
Among high-profile speakers is former Irish Prime Minister John Bruton, who will speak about his experience in transforming the Irish economy into one of the world’s fastest growing economies.
A session tilted “Beyond Turmoil”, by Terrence Murray, founder of Hack Future and Executive Mentor of MIT, will spotlight on the new rules for a new world.
Matthew Griffin will highlight an array of key themes, including rapid change in financial markets, motivations, techniques, as well as ethical capitalism and its relevance to investment “methodologies, thinking about ESG and artificial intelligence in financial services. He will also throw light on the key areas of investment in environmental, social, and institutional governance (investment – energy, health, robot, and the role of banks in maintaining economic balance). Griffin will also touch on artificial intelligence and the coronavirus epidemic.
Mohammed Al Hashemi, Chairman of the UAE FMA, said: “The association succeeded in organising the largest global economic gathering and combining two major events under one roof to discuss the most prominent solutions that help accelerate the recovery of economic sectors affected by COVID-19.
Salman Hadi, Secretary General of the UAE FMA, said the joint event is expected to see a huge turnout of participants, thus reaffirming that Dubai has consolidated its position on the global business map.
He said the event includes panel discussions dedicated to foreseeing the future of financial markets, highlighting post-COVID-19 gains and benefiting from lessons learned from the global health crisis by creating new mechanisms that help enhance the flexibility of financial entities and their attractive investment environment