Healthcare expenditure in the GCC is forecast to reach US$ 44 billion by 2015 and US$ 60 billion by 2025. As GCC governments actively seek to transform the traditional healthcare delivery model through increased private sector participation and PPPs, now is the time for private sector players to capitalise this booming industry.
IIR Middle East's inaugural Healthcare Investment Summit is MENA's FIRST gathering of the entire healthcare and investment community; bringing together leading Ministries, Regulators, Healthcare Operators, Investors, Financiers and Advisers to discuss investment, expansion and partnership opportunities in the Middle Eastern healthcare market.
This two-day forum examines the profitable gaps where the private sector can deliver the greatest impact and provides proven strategies for entering and expanding in this lucrative market through industry analysis, in-depth discussions and networking.
Wed, 25/03/2015 - 11:46
The Bahamas is taking steps to raise its profile as an attractive funds centre, continuing to build out the popular SMART Fund model template to provide a range of solutions for investment managers, plus its new ICON structure designed to appeal specifically to Brazilian investment managers and advisers.... »
Fri, 27/03/2015 - 14:16
In an extract from the 2015 Preqin Investor Outlook: Alternative Assets H1 2015, results of a survey conducted in Q4 2014 reveal which strategies and regions will be targeted by private equity investors this year. ... »
Thu, 05/03/2015 - 14:15
This Special Report unveils the ways in which State Street Global Markets' Fund Connect ETF platform is bringing new levels of efficiency to the the ETF marketplace, and includes expert comment from the perspective of an AP.... »
Wed, 11/03/2015 - 16:30
Nearly double the proportion of investors view fees as a key issue in the hedge fund industry compared to last year, while performance remains the biggest concern. Investor survey results published in the Preqin Investor Outlook: Alternative Assets H1 2015 reveal the key issues facing investors in the coming year. ... »
Fri, 13/03/2015 - 16:03
Work patterns in the alternative investments space have seen a significant shift over the years —from working in the office on a computer, to collaborating remotely via mobile applications and bring your own devices (BYOD). To remain competitive, an enormous amount of data must be shared on-the-go to facilitate investment decisions, but with minimal IT oversight, this trend towards mobile could open the door for increased risk of information leakage. ... »