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IBQ Lead Sponsor of Euromoney Qatar Conference

Under the major theme of “global finance re-designed”, the International Bank of Qatar (ibq) sponsors the upcoming Euromoney Qatar Conference due to be held in Doha for the first time on 11 and 12 December at The Ritz-Carlton, Doha.

Attracting scores of industry leaders and key players, the event will feature live interviews with major international and Qatari figures all involved in determining the direction of the new landscape of global finance. The conference will also shed light on what regulators need to do to create a banking system that is more robust and able to deliver services for the wider economy in addition to other important topics.

Jabra Ghandour, ibq Managing Director, said

The Euromoney Conference in Qatar is exactly what we need here to foster productive dialogue for the industry. It is only at such events that peers and leaders get the opportunity to share the necessary knowledge we all need to develop our thinking, strategies and views. These platforms are perfect to discuss both success and failure stories which are excellent learning points for even the most advanced business and banking work models. We are looking forward to being there and to meeting the superb line-up of speakers who are poised to leave a strong impact through their thought-leading statements.

Visit ibq at their website. For further information regarding the Euromoney Conference in Qatar go to this website.

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