The 2016 Middle East Securities Forum met in Doha, Qatar last week and was attended by both domestic and global banks as well as regional stock exchanges. Topics discussed ranged from Securities Lending and Borrowing to Political Risk in the region, and while there was not a session specifically dedicated to regulatory compliance, it featured heavily in conversations on and off the stage.
Corvil were invited to speak at the event and address the question: “How Can Technology Help Clients Turn Data into Actionable Information?”. During the 30 minutes I covered the following agenda:
The session was well received (and thought provoking, apparently!) and led to a number of healthy discussions at the Corvil booth afterwards.
For both Mark Holden and myself who attended from Corvil, the forum was an excellent opportunity to meet a very well connected community, understand their business challenges and start to build relationships for business in the future.
If you weren’t able to attend or would like to learn more about the topics discussed, please feel free to contact directly:
Mark Holden, Sales Director, Middle East