Corporate governance practitioners, drivers and regulators from the region and further afield, will gather in Dubai on Wednesday, November 21, 2007 for the second annual Hawkamah Conference. Last year's conference brought together over 300 market players from all over the region and issued the Dubai Declaration, which charted the corporate governance agenda for the Middle East and North Africa.
The event is designed to promote knowledge transfer and the development of sound and efficient financial markets and banking systems, and help shape the changing corporate governance landscape in the MENA region.
The Hawkamah Conference will focus on the key issues of corporate governance, including sessions on the following:
- International trends on corporate governance for financial market stability and increased investor confidence
- Corporate governance in the MENA financial markets, including emerging trends and opportunities family governance and equity markets
- Institutionalising the family and keeping the wealth building the framework towards greater corporate governance practices.
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The Hawkamah Conference is part of DIFCweek, the first event of its kind in the Middle East, which will focus on Financial Opportunities for the Third Millennium. The week of conferences will address every principal topic in the international financial arena, all viewed from a fresh perspective.
DIFCweek will present some of the world's most thought-provoking speakers, covering the challenges and opportunities in the world's current and emerging financial markets. Sharing in the debate will be hundreds of senior industry practitioners, corporate decision-makers and regulatory and government officials.
The week will turn the financial agenda on its head: it is not about what the industry is talking about today, but what it will be discussing tomorrow. Click here
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