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Event: FundForum Middle East & Africa 2017
Date: October 9 – 11, 2017
Location: Ritz-Carlton Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai

 

Have you heard the news?

 

FundForum Middle East and FundForum Africa are joining forces to form a brand new event, putting emerging and frontier markets firmly in the spotlight. Join us in Dubai to:

 

  • gain a comprehensive overview of the current investment landscape in Africa, the Middle East and other key emerging markets
  • hear from a fantastic line-up of CEOs, CIOs and business leaders from domestic and boutique asset management companies alongside leading global players
  • discuss investor appetite and discover solutions to the issues impacting wealth management in the Middle East
  • join a community of 300+ family offices, wealth management platforms, institutional investors and portfolio managers from across the globe
  • meet those elusive new clients and catch up with old friends

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For more information and to register online, please select the button below.

 

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FundForum Middle East & Africa 2017

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