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Middle East Investment Summit 2014

Event : Middle East Investment Summit 2014

Wed, 26/03/2014  
Conducted by : Terrapinn Middle East
Contact : Sophie Roberts

The Middle East investment Summit  is the longest running end-investor event in the region.
 
For 15 years local SWFs, family offices and over $3 trillion of local wealth have come to the event for peer to peer interaction and to determine their strategy for the year ahead.

 
The event includes: a Keynote Theatre,  an Emerging Managers Forum, an exhibition showcase, multiple breakout sessions, 1-to-1 partnering tools, and a host of fun networking events.
 
It is a place where innovative fund strategies and global economic expertise is showcased, solutions are found and learning is done.
 


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