4 - 5 June 2024
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1,400+
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WELCOME TO BONDS, LOANS & SUKUK MIDDLE EAST 2024

4TH & 5TH JUNE | MADINAT JUMEIRAH CONFERENCE CENTRE, DUBAI

"The Middle East's largest corporate and investment banking event"

Are you active in the Middle East's capital markets? Do you want to expand your business in this space?

We are the no. 1 business meetings facilitator for the Middle East's capital markets. This is the annual meeting place for senior decision-makers from the Middle East's capital markets community. This in-person event will bring together 1,400+ leading governments, corporates, investors, banks, law firms, regulators and service providers in 1 location, and feature 75+ expert speakers.

Attendees use this unique gathering of Global capital markets leaders to re-connect with existing clients, build strong business relations with prospects and hear the market's financial leaders speak on how they are navigating the current economic climate/share their expectations for the year ahead.

ALL ENQUIRIES: email Marketing@GFCMediaGroup.com

NEW FOR 2024:

DAY 1:
EQUITY CAPITAL MARKETS

4TH JUNE | MADINAT JUMEIRAH CONFERENCE CENTRE, DUBAI

"Accelerating Middle East IPOs"

Equity Capital Markets is the event that will connect the region’s leading ECM players to quicken the evolution of the region’s equity capital market. It will run concurrently with the main event, taking place on Day 1 of Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East 2024, but present its own agenda and speakers.

*This event is open to all attendees*

DAY 2:
GLOBAL PRIVATE CREDIT

5TH JUNE | MADINAT JUMEIRAH CONFERENCE CENTRE, DUBAI

"Connecting MENA allocators, managers, and borrowers with the global private credit market"

Global Private Credit is the event dedicated to broadening funding and global private credit opportunities in MENA. It will run concurrently with the main event, taking place on Day 2 of Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East 2024, but present its own agenda and speakers.

Bringing together the private credit community, this gathering of global senior decision-makers will:

  • Connect asset allocators with funds and global private credit opportunities
  • Provide an environment where asset allocators and global funds can pitch senior decision-makers from the private/SME sector for private credit business directly
  • Provide key learning opportunities for this developing financial market

*This event is open to all attendees*

HOW DO WE DELIVER A HIGH ROI FOR ATTENDEES?

MEETINGS & NETWORKING

WE ARE THE NO. 1 BUSINESS MEETINGS FACILITATOR FOR THE MIDDLE EAST'S CAPITAL MARKETS

  • No other event will gather senior decision-makers from all of your key capital markets clients & prospects together in 1 location, so that you can host countless meetings to accelerate deals/win new business in 1 place.
  • No other event will deliver as many high-quality business connections as a result of just 1 day out of the office. We attract the most important local & international stakeholders from across the Middle East so that you can expand business in these markets without the usual time and travel costs.
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EXPERT MARKET INSIGHTS:

The Middle East's largest corporate and investment banking event is also complemented by an agenda of expert market insights provided by 70+ industry leading speakers, allowing attendees to hear how the region's local & international financial leaders are navigating the current economic climate/share expectations for the future and benchmark.

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WE ARE THE ONLY EVENT TO:

  • Provide a bird's eye view of the Middle East's market for the local and international community
  • Bring public & private buyers & sellers together to conduct business, sign deals and shape future financing strategies
  • Deliver deal-driven content from regional & international market players
  • Bring international and local investors together with Middle Eastern issuers to define and analyse the roadmap for raising local capital in 2024
  • Connect recent issuers and corporates with the Middle East's financial institutions, government bodies and international players
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BENEFITS OF ATTENDING:

  1. PRE-ARRANGE MEETINGS: use our new networking app & web platform to pre-arrange meetings with other attendees who have created accounts.

  2. NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES: access 1,400+ of the Middle East's leading regional & international sovereigns, corporates, investors, banks, law firms & service providers in 1 location at 1 time.

  3. ACCELERATE DEALS: senior decision-makers (93% director-level or above) from your capital markets clients attend to move deals along and institutionalise relationships with partners.

  4. WIN NEW BUSINESS: your prospects proactively seek out new business partners at the event (50+ new business contacts made per attendee).

  5. GAIN EXPERT MARKET INSIGHTS: understand how market leaders are dealing with current economic recessions, geopolitical conflict, high inflation and high energy costs, and the impact they are having on the Middle East’s capital markets.
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2024 AGENDA

Plenary

4th June 2024

07:45

Registration and networking

Session ends: 09:00
09:00

The C-Suite Perspective: Financial strategies and approaches from the region’s top corporates

  • Cash flows, CAPEX, debt & equity: What are the funding strategies for the region’s top-tier corporates for the next 12 months?
  • How are corporates optimizing capital structures in a high-rate environment?
  • Sustainability and energy transition: How are corporates embedding sustainability within their financial strategies?

Speakers

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Session ends: 09:45
09:45

GCC macroeconomic trends & 2024/25 outlook: What are the expectations for GDP growth across GCC economies? How are sectors across the GCC being impacted by market uncertainty?

  • What are the expectations for interest rate changes in 2024/25? Have interest rates peaked?
  • Oil price, policy and production: What will be the impact of changing commodity dynamics on fiscal policy and the broader economic landscape? What role will this have on budgets and public spending-issuance
  • BRICS inclusion of Saudi, UAE and Iran: What impact will this have on regional economies and alliance with China-led world order
  • Will geopolitics (Israel-Hamas conflict, Red Sea) threaten GCC economic diversification and stability?
  • What role will new FTAs have on GCC landscape and funding?

Moderator

Chief Economist and Head of Research

Speakers

Portfolio Manager

Vice President, Senior Credit Officer, Sovereign Risk Group

Senior Portfolio Manager

Session ends: 10:25
10:25

Adapting to uncertainty from Issuer to Investor: What are the funding strategies from the region’s issuers?

  • How are issuers adapting to the volatile economic environment characterized by high interest rates? (For) How long can they 'wait and see'? How are they avoiding locking in high rates for long terms?
  • How are issuers tapping new sources of liquidity, viewing different structures, and minimising costs?
  • Local currency funding opportunities: Exploring the potential for local currency transactions in AED, SAR, and other GCC currencies to broaden funding options
  • Bridging the gap: How are EM investors allocating funds? Which credits are they focusing on (and shifting away from)?
  • How are investors viewing relative value across assets and GCC geographies, and what are their return expectations?

Moderator

Head of Leveraged & Acquisition Finance

Speakers

Executive Director, Capital Markets, AME

Director, Debt Capital Markets, MENA

Session ends: 11:10
11:10

Networking break

Session ends: 11:40
11:40

Unravelling liquidity, competition, risk appetite and the impact on the loan market

  • Pricing, liquidity, tenor: Given the liquid market, how and where are banks deploying capital? What impact is this having on margins?
  • Local currency landscape: Who are the key lenders? What is the potential of the local currency market?
  • ESG from the underwriter’s perspective: How can lenders collaborate with borrowers to further ESG principles? How are providers of capital redefining their borrower profiles?
  • Public vs private sector: What can be done to boost private sector transactions?

Moderator

Managing Director, Head of Loan Syndicate & Distribution

Speakers

Senior Director - Global Loan Solutions

Director, Loan Syndication, Sales & Distribution

Head of Emerging Markets, Financial Institutions & Benelux - Loan Capital Markets EMEA

Managing Director, Head, Loan Syndicate, MENAP

Session ends: 12:25
12:25

GCC Credit Outlook 2024/25: Regional fundamentals vs global economic uncertainty: How is the region contrasting to the rest of EM and developed markets?

  • Global macro headwinds vs. regional growth: How attractive is Middle Eastern credit within a global investment portfolio?
  • Long and wrong? Exploring investment strategies and effective risk management
  • What role will/do state investment firms & SWFs have on the region’s credit story?
  • Which credits have seen the most sensitivity to geopolitical risk in their yields, CDS spreads and ratings?

Speakers

Portfolio Manager, Head of Fixed Income

Portfolio Manager

Head of Debt Capital Markets and Syndicate

Head of EMEA Debt Capital Markets

Head of CEEMEA Syndicate

Executive Director, Portfolio Manager

Session ends: 13:10
13:10

Keynote: Facing a New Reality: AI – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Speaker

Digital Futurist

Session ends: 13:40
13:40

Networking lunch

Session ends: 15:00
15:00

Oxford-Style debate

Join us for an engaging Oxford-style debate on the following motion:

"This House believes that local and regional banks are better placed than international banks to service issuers and borrowers in MENA"

In this structured format, two teams will rigorously present and defend their positions – one supporting the motion and the other opposing it. Be prepared for a dynamic exchange of ideas and compelling arguments, as our expert speakers compete to sway your perspective on this thought-provoking topic.

N.B. Please note that the purpose of this session is to engender thought-provoking and entertaining debate. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the institutions represented.

Session ends: 15:40
15:40

Public debt management amidst market volatility: How are MENA public finances being impacted by the new rate environment?

  • How are MENA governments coping in higher interest rate dynamics?
  • How will lower oil prices and geopolitics impact MENA public finances?
  • What is the outlook for sovereign issuances and potential buybacks? When and at what price will sovereigns come to market?
  • How are MENA governments increasing fiscal stimulus and diversifying their economies for growth in the medium to long term?
  • Examining the distressed side of the market for countries like Egypt, Tunisia and other HY economies and exploring strategies for accessing new asset classes such as Panda, Samurai, and Kangaroo bonds.
  • What changes could occur in sovereign credit ratings?

Speakers

Director, Debt Management

Managing Director, Head of MEAAT DCM

General Manager of Financial Institutions & Investor Relations, and Sustainable Development

Director, Debt Capital Markets MENA

Director, Financing Operations

Session ends: 16:25
16:25

Climbing the maturities wall: How are corporates approaching refinancing in the face of upcoming maturities?

  • How can companies better improve their financial situations when refinancing?
  • How is the new rate environment affecting borrower’s ability to pay off debt? How are new issuances being weighed up?
  • Batten down the hatches: What strategies are being implemented to optimise balance sheets and manage liabilities?

Speakers

Director, Investment Banking

Head of Corporate Debt Capital Markets, Middle East and North Africa

Head of Debt Capital Markets & Loan Syndication

Head of Treasury

Session ends: 17:10
17:10

Chairperson’s closing remarks and close of Day One

5th June 2024

08:15

Registration and networking

Session ends: 09:00
09:00

Keynote Address – Six months on from COP28: What does the “beginning of the end” of the fossil fuel era mean for the Middle East?

  • What are the key climate developments and transitionary milestones for the region going forward? How can national and regional commitments from COP28 be achieved?
  • Addressing the critical role of financing in achieving the region’s sustainability goals.
Session ends: 09:30
09:30

To what extent does ESG financing still offer a pricing advantage? What are the long-term benefits to companies beyond the ‘greenium’?

  • ESG financing outlook: Which labelled instruments are being favoured by corporates, FIs, and investors?
  • Use of proceeds vs sustainability-linked: Which are favoured and why?
  • How can issuers best position themselves to tap into green investors and deeper pockets of liquidity? What do investors need to see from borrowers?
  • Attracting European Green investors in GCC/MENA sustainable deals
  • What's next for ESG financing in the region? How can corporates (continue to) unlock greater access to ESG funding?
  • What efforts are being made to mitigate greenwashing and ensure the authenticity of ESG initiatives?

Speakers

Vice President, Sustainable Debt Capital Markets

Director, Corporate Finance and Treasury

Co-Head of Emerging Markets Corporate Fixed Income

Head of Banking

Vice President, Sustainable Finance Solutions

Director, Sustainable Finance

Session ends: 10:15
10:15

Building a credible plan for the energy transition: Balancing sustainability, energy security, and affordability

  • Post COP28 takeaways: What are banks, investors, and policymakers doing to further the transition?
  • How are institutions building capacity & implementing new technologies at the pace required to deliver on net-zero goals?
  • Carbon capture, GHG emission reduction targets, carbon credits: To what extent can a robust carbon market strengthen climate action?

Speakers

Vice President - Corporate Finance & Investor Relations

Regional Head of Sustainable Finance, MEA

Head of Sustainability and Climate Change

Session ends: 11:00
11:00

Networking Break hosted by Mashreq

Session ends: 11:30
11:30

Unlocking long-term capital for projects: How can large-scale projects shift from reliance on local financing and successfully access international markets?

  • What is the region's major project financing needs in 2024? To what extent is the pipeline being affected by market volatility?
  • Mind the investment gap: What opportunities are there for investors and banks, both regional and international?
  • Evaluating the MENA region's potential as a hub for new energy projects, including green hydrogen and nuclear initiatives.
  • Project bonds as a catalyst: How can the project bond market increase support and further unlock international capital?

Speakers

Head of Sustainable, Asset & Project Finance

Head of Project and Structured Finance

Head of Corporate Finance and Syndications

Managing Director, Head of Project & Asset Based Origination, Loan Capital Markets

Session ends: 12:15
12:15

Islamic finance: The expanding reach and depth of sukuk

  • How are sukuk markets developing? What innovative structured are being used? How can we grow structures further?
  • Looking at how AAOIFI standards and UAE HSA has impacted sukuk issuance and appetite -how have players adapted?
  • Will Central banks create more money-market sukuk/Islamic liquidity instruments?
  • Sector penetration: What opportunities and challenges are there for issuance in broader sectors such as manufacturing & retail? How can sukuk expand beyond sovereign, GREs & FIs?
  • Going global: What is the outlook and appetite for further non-GCC Islamic issuances for both corporates and sovereigns?
  • How does the growing appeal of green and ESG sukuk compare to conventional ESG bonds and loans?

Moderator

Partner

Speakers

Portfolio Manager, Corporate Credit Funds

Executive Director, Debt Capital Markets

Deputy Treasurer

Global Head of Islamic Finance

Head of Debt Capital Markets

Session ends: 13:00
13:00

Networking Lunch

Session ends: 14:00
14:00

How are GCC banks managing liquidity and different sources of funding?

  • How have interest rate expectations affected FI funding strategies? How are they managing funding costs and optimising balance sheets?
  • In what ways are FIs diversifying their funding and tapping new liquidity pools? Where is liquidity coming from and where is it being deployed?
  • What role is ESG playing in shaping funding strategies?

Speaker

Head of Treasury & Capital Markets

Session ends: 14:45
14:45

How should institutions measure, disclose, and align their ESG credentials to secure greater international investment?

  • Assessing the ROI of implementing increased ESG reporting to align potential green transactions with global ESG standards
  • Frameworks, Reporting, ESG Ratings: To what extent does a lack of standardisation harm the market?
  • ESG/Climate/Sustainable taxonomy from local regulators like ADGM: How do firms increase awareness of ESG, taxonomy as well as source staff with ESG knowledge/skills?
  • ESG requirements from providers of capital: How are banks realigning their lending portfolios to meet ESG targets?
  • Aligning sustainable strategies with financing: How are corporate funding teams working with internal ESG teams (as well as their banking partners) to meet ESG targets? Where should the responsibility of ESG reporting sit within an organisation?

Speaker

Chief Financial Officer

Session ends: 15:30
15:30

Close of conference

Equity Capital Markets

4th June 2024

12:10

The IPO outlook for 2024/25: How is the market landscape changing?

  • What's the market outlook for 2024/25? Can we surpass the highs of 2022, and what might drive renewed momentum?
  • To what extent is the GCC IPO market being driven by government desire to increase economic diversification, to rebalance their portfolios or by a need for growth capital?
  • What sectors are expected to lead IPO activity in the forthcoming 12 months? How can wider sector representation be encouraged, particularly in sectors like tech and healthcare?
  • Will the growth of regional private equity funds help or hinder the IPO market?
  • How prepared are smaller GREs to undertake an IPO? What can be learned from previous successful deals?
  • What role are foreign institutional investors expected to play – and will they play it?
Session ends: 12:55
12:55

The path to diversification: Increasing the quantity of private company listings

  • What are the challenges and concerns for private/non-GRE issuers?
  • Are family-owned companies now convinced that public markets are a good option for them? Who should be encouraging more family-owned companies to list?
  • Can private equity be a step between family-ownership and public markets? Is it a step anyone is willing to take?
  • Are the legal and regulatory regimes sufficiently supportive of non-GRE corporates?
Session ends: 13:40
13:40

Networking Lunch

Session ends: 15:00
15:00

Bolstering the secondary market: what’s next for developing the region’s active equity capital market?

  • Can increasing the free float unlock the potential of the local market?
  • What initiatives should be implemented to boost secondary liquidity? To what extent will the introduction of more instruments on the secondary market enhance the local market ecosystem?
  • What strategies can be implemented to attract and increase access for retail investors, and what impact might it have on the market?
Session ends: 15:45
15:45

Increasing international investor allocations: Exploring diverse investment strategies in the context of the Middle East's active equity markets

  • To what extent are global investors really looking to participate at scale in the region’s public equity markets? What can Middle Eastern exchanges and markets do to attract greater investment from outside the region?
  • Active vs. passive, growth vs. yield: How do local and international perspectives on investment in the region differ? And how does this impact their investment strategies?
  • Does international investment at scale require a more dynamic and larger local asset management industry?
  • Should the region more rapidly develop Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) and derivatives, and innovate new structured products? Why?
Session ends: 16:30
16:30

Effective corporate governance & transparency: Creating long-term value for companies and investors

  • What more needs to be done to improve corporate governance and transparency? Will that really contribute to the stability and attractiveness of the local market, and encourage investor confidence?
  • Financial due diligence, governance structures and quality of disclosures: What does effective GCC corporate governance look like? How does it compare to elsewhere in the world?
  • Are regulatory frameworks evolving to prioritise a culture of effective governance and shareholder primacy?
Session ends: 17:15
17:15

Close of Conference

Global Private Credit

5th June 2024

09:00

Keynote Interviews

In this session, key players from the global private credit market will set the tone – giving their perspectives on navigating the complexities of the market. Quickfire interviews will be held with key stakeholders representing various facets of the industry, including regulatory bodies, top global firms and sovereign funds.

Session ends: 09:30
09:30

CEO’s panel: Private Credit Market strategic outlook

  • Is private credit experiencing a bubble? What are the drivers for growth in specialist sectors and developing markets?
  • Will the growth of the global private credit market require higher rates for longer? What if they don’t?
  • Is the maturity wall a risk, an opportunity, or a chimera?
  • Where are the strategic opportunities for growth outside the traditional mid-market LBO/PE sponsor segment?
  • As more banks intend to move into private credit does this provide a threat or an opportunity for existing managers and investors? What are the strengths and weaknesses of bank/manager partnerships?
  • As private credit managers move into larger deals and syndications and behave more like a bank, what is the risk of greater regulatory scrutiny? What could regulation look like and what effects will it have on market development.
Session ends: 10:15
10:15

Investor’s Panel: How can GCC allocators continue to succeed in investing in Private Credit?

  • What is the assessment of risk/return balance and global deployment strategies given the macro-outlook for the next phase in the cycle?
  • How are long-experienced global investors deploying into private credit in 2024?
  • What factors influence regional allocator deployment decisions?
  • As the Middle East cost of capital is at least 200bps higher than US/US – what options do GCC allocators have to deploy at scale into PC?
  • What are the hidden risks of private credit investment? How can allocators ensure that their expectations are met?
  • Are GCC investors ready for global credit deployment? What do they need to do to become players in their own right? Are oil prices, rates and US dollar strength impacting the demand for private credit in the Middle East?

Speaker

Principal

Session ends: 11:00
11:00

Networking Break hosted by Mashreq

Session ends: 11:30
11:30

Private credit vs. private equity vs. bank loans: Why and how do companies choose to raise capital through Private Credit? How do they do it?

  • What types and size of companies are potential Private Credit borrowers? What sectors are they coming from and what makes their companies suitable candidates for Private Credit?
  • Capital raising thought-process: What other markets are CEOs and CFOs of borrowers considering when weighing up the pros and cons of Private Credit? Does the less public disclosure of these deals vs the public market give an edge in a competitive market?
  • How do mid-sized businesses value the relationship aspect of working with private debt firms vs the syndicated market?
  • Structure vs. pricing vs. size: What are the economic and capital advantages and disadvantages of Private Credit compared to other markets?
  • Private credit as a bridge to senior debt: What does the evolution of a private credit borrower look like beyond the transaction?

Speakers

Co-Founder & CEO

Chief Executive Officer

Partner, APAC Credit & Emerging Markets, & Co-head of Yield Multi Credit

Session ends: 12:15
12:15

Sourcing, structuring, pricing, and distributing MENA Private Credit deals: Templates and case studies

  • Who are the key companies involved in these deals, and how big is the market?
  • How do investors source deals, and how can they capture and have confidence in data presented to evaluate transactions?
  • What is the role of external analysis from ratings agencies?
  • What are the key case studies of private credit deals closed to date and what lessons can be learned from their deal structure, size, yield, and maturity?
  • How can investors balance pricing, liquidity, structure, and deal complexity?
  • What should be main considerations of borrowers be in terms of access, speed of access and cost of capital?

Speakers

CFO - International Markets

Founder Partner

Session ends: 13:00
13:00

Lunch Break

Session ends: 14:00
14:00

What is the outlook for real-estate private credit?

  • What is the medium-term outlook for RE credit?
  • Are GCC investors naturally suited to building a global RE credit portfolio? Do they have the skills, structures & governance needed?
  • Where will deal flow come from – do regional investors have the right networks themselves or will they need to work with partners?
  • Where in the cap stack should GCC investors target? Senior Secured, Mezzanine?
  • How does private credit offer diversification and downside mitigation in a new macro regime fuelled by inflation, rising rates, and a rapidly evolving competitive landscape?
  • Does RE PC have serious growth potential in the GCC?
Session ends: 14:45
14:45

How can private credit funds continue to capture increased investment from family offices and ultra-high net worth individuals?

  • As family offices globally professionalize and expand their horizons towards more diverse investment strategies, what are the growth expectations for asset allocations into private debt?
  • Given current high interest rates and often lower than expected performance, is the allocation of investments from family offices from public to private markets slowing down?
  • Given the risk averse nature of family offices, what can be done to provide a great deal of reassurance when investing in private debt vs investment grade bonds? Are they willing to sacrifice liquidity for higher yields than publicly traded corporate bonds?
  • How does a longer investment horizon enable family holding companies to invest in potentially more lucrative private credit opportunities?
Session ends: 15:30
15:30

Close of conference

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WHY DOES YOUR INDUSTRY PARTICIPATE?

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Regional Banks/DFIs

  • To institutionalise relationships and grow their revenue with existing clients
  • To return to the office with high quality new business contacts and leads
  • To meet the issuers and borrowers from across the continent in one trip
  • To develop investor relations and effectively communicate their bank’s highlights/investment propositions to appropriate, senior decision-makers that otherwise would not have been easily accessible or in one place at one time
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International Banks/DFIs

  • To meet the most credible and reputable private and public issuers and borrowers from across the region
  • To accelerate deals with current partners
  • To establish high-quality business connections with prospects
  • To connect with multinational corporates interested in establishing/growing operations in their geographies
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Regional Law Firms

  • To stand out from competitors and ensure that they are viewed as the top law firm in their geography
  • To hold meetings with international law firms who can bring them in as regional law firm partners on deals
  • To meet senior decision-makers from key local and international corporates, sovereigns, investors and banks with relevance to their deals in one location
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International Law Firms

  • To promote their firm and ensure that they are viewed as the top international law firm partner by regional law firms working on important deals across the Middle East's capital markets
  • To win new business from their key target markets
  • To institutionalise relationships and grow their revenue with existing clients
  • To meet senior decision-makers from key local and international corporates, sovereigns, investors, banks & regional law firms in one location
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Corporates & Sovereigns

  • To conduct face-to-face meetings with local and international FIs to discuss upcoming transactions and future financing strategies
  • To hear from and meet with other issuers and borrowers from across the region, sharing knowledge and experiences
  • To meet with government contemporaries to share strategies for the upcoming 6-12 months
  • To meet with local and international investors to discuss financing strategies and upcoming transactions
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Investors

  • To conduct 1-2-1 meetings with senior decision-makers from Middle Eastern corporates, governments and financial institutions in one place
  • To hear from and meet with other local and international investors active across the region

COMPANIES REGISTERED FOR 2024:

  • A.A. Al Moosa Enterprises LLC
  • abrdn Investcorp Infrastructure Partners
  • Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB)
  • Abu Dhabi Developmental Holding Company (ADQ)
  • Abu Dhabi Fund for Development
  • Abu Dhabi Municipality
  • Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)
  • Abu Dhabi Ports
  • ACCIONA
  • ACWA Power
  • AD Global Investors limited
  • ADES Holding
  • Aditum Investment Management
  • ADM
  • ADNOC Distribution
  • ADNOC L&S
  • Advanced Inhalation Rituals (AIR)
  • Advice Re Capital
  • Agility
  • Agthia
  • Ahli United Bank
  • Air Lease
  • Ajlan & Bros
  • Ajmal & Sons
  • Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
  • Al Ahli Holding Group
  • Al Dahra Holding
  • Al Fakher
  • Al Habtoor Group
  • Al Jaber Precision Engineering & Contracting
  • AL jomaia Auto
  • Al Mal Capital
  • Al Muhaidib Group
  • Al Yamama
  • Al Yousuf LLC
  • Al-Futtaim Financial Services & General Services
  • Allied Cooperative Insurance Group (ACIG)
  • ALNaboodah Group Enterprises LLC.
  • Alpha Capital
  • Alshawamikh Oil Services
  • Alshaya Group
  • Altica Partners
  • AMEA Power
  • Amplify
  • Amwal Capital Partners
  • Apeiron Investment Group
  • Apollo Global Management
  • Apparel Group
  • Arab African International Bank
  • Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation
  • Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP)
  • Arada
  • Aramco
  • Aramex
  • Arcapita
  • Archer Daniels Midland Company
  • Arise
  • Arkan
  • Arqaam Capital
  • Arthur Cox
  • Ashmore Group
  • ASYAD
  • Atifnet
  • Aujan Group Holding
  • Aventicum
  • AviLease
  • Awazel
  • Azimut
  • Babylon Capital
  • Bahra Cables
  • Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company B.S.C.
  • Baker & McKenzie
  • Balyasny Asset Management
  • BancTrust Investment Bank
  • Bank of America
  • Bank of China Limited
  • Bapco Energies
  • Barclays
  • BASIC CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES
  • Baytalebaa
  • Bee'ah
  • Binghatti
  • BIRD & BIRD (MEA) LLP
  • Blackstone
  • BNP Paribas
  • Boeing
  • Borouge
  • Brevan Howard
  • BRF
  • Brookfield Asset Management Inc
  • Bukhatir Group
  • Capital Investments
  • Cargill
  • Cenomi
  • Central Circle
  • Citi
  • Clifford Chance LLP
  • Commercial Bank International PSC
  • Commercial Bank of Dubai
  • Consolidated Contractors Company
  • Crescent Petroleum Company
  • C-Suite Advisory
  • DAMAC Capital
  • DAMAC Properties
  • Dana Gas
  • Danway Electrical & Mechanical Engineering
  • DBS Bank
  • DDCAP Limited
  • Department of Finance, Abu Dhabi
  • Department of Finance, Dubai
  • Deutsche Bank
  • DFSA
  • DMCC
  • DP World
  • Dubai Aerospace Enterprise
  • Dubai Aviation City Corporation
  • Dubai Financial Market
  • Dubai Green Fund
  • Dubai Holding
  • Dubai Islamic Insurance & Reinsurance Company
  • Dubai South
  • Ducab
  • Earth Link
  • Eaton Vance Corporation
  • EDGE
  • Emaar
  • Emicool
  • Emirates Global Aluminium
  • Emirates Group
  • Emirates National Investment
  • Emirates NBD
  • Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation
  • Emirates Steel
  • Energy Development Oman
  • ENGIE
  • ENOC
  • Epicureim
  • ETG World
  • Etihad Airways
  • Etihad Credit Insurance
  • Etihad Rail
  • EWEC
  • Exeed Industries LLC
  • Fas-Energy
  • FFA Private Bank
  • Fiducia Capital Limited
  • Finsight Group Inc
  • First Abu Dhabi Bank
  • Fitch Ratings
  • Fitch Solutions Group Limited
  • flydubai
  • Fortive
  • Foulath Holding
  • Franklin Templeton Investments
  • GEMS Education
  • General Electric (GE)
  • Ghassan Aboud
  • Global Gate Asset Management SA
  • GOSI
  • Group 42 Holding Ltd
  • Gulf Capital
  • Gulf International Bank B.S.C.
  • Gulf International Investment Company
  • Gulf Petrochem Limited
  • Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries Julphar
  • Haliwell Financial
  • Hamriyah Free Zone Authority
  • Helmy, Hamza and Partners (Baker McKenzie Cairo)
  • Hikma Pharmaceuticals
  • Hogan Lovells (Middle East) LLP
  • HSBC
  • IHC
  • ING Bank
  • Intermass
  • International Airfinance Corporation
  • Intesa Sanpaolo
  • Invest AD
  • Investment and Development Office
  • Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD)
  • Iss-Corporate
  • istp2
  • Ittihad International Investment
  • Jadwa Investment
  • Jamjoom Pharma
  • JCG Management DMCC
  • Jeddah Transport Company
  • KAMCO Investment Company KSC
  • Kastamonu Entegre
  • KDB
  • Kingdom of Bahrain Ministry of Finance and National Economy (MOFNE)
  • Kipco - Kuwait Projects Company (Holding)
  • Kuwait Projects Company
  • Latham & Watkins
  • Lion's Head Global Partners
  • Liva Group
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • London Stock Exchange Group
  • Lumière Group International
  • M.H. Alshaya Co.
  • M42
  • M7 Kapital
  • MADR Investment
  • Majid Al Futtaim Group
  • Mantrac Group
  • Maples and Calder
  • Maples Fund Services (Middle East) Limited
  • Mariana Investment Partners
  • Marsh Inc.
  • Masdar
  • Mashreq Bank
  • MASIC
  • Masraf Al Rayan
  • Maven Investment Partners
  • Mayaasim
  • MB Holding Company
  • Mbco
  • McDermott
  • MEPCO
  • Mercuria Energy Trading
  • Metito
  • Meysan Partners
  • MI Capital
  • MICS
  • MIDAR Investments & Development
  • Ministry Of Finance Of Egypt
  • MIRAL
  • Mizuho Securities
  • Mohamed Hareb Alotaiba LLC
  • Montfort Investments
  • Montgomery Partners
  • Moody's Investors Service Ltd.
  • Moove
  • MS Pharma
  • MSM
  • Mubadrah
  • Mudaraba
  • Munch Bakery
  • National Bank of Kuwait
  • National Debt Management Center
  • National Leasing & Financing Company
  • NBK Capital
  • NEOM
  • NetRoadshow
  • NextGen Infra (subsidiary of Algihaz Holding)
  • Niranth Collaborators LLC-FZ
  • Novelis
  • Nurol LLC
  • OASIS Investment
  • Oman Air
  • Oman Cement Company
  • Oman Investment Authority
  • Oman Oil Company SAOC
  • Oman Water & Wastewater Services Company
  • Omantel
  • One Swiss
  • OQ Gas Networks
  • Pearl Diver Capital
  • Permasteelisa Gartner Middle East LLC
  • Petrofac
  • Private Department of H.E. Sheikh Mohamed Bin Khalid Al Nahyan
  • Public Investment Fund (PIF)
  • Pure Harvest
  • Qatar Financial Centre
  • Qatar Insurance
  • R.J. O'BRIEN (MENA) CAPITAL LIMITED
  • RAK Ceramics
  • RAK Porcelain
  • Rawabi Holding
  • Red Sea Intl
  • Retal Urban Development Company
  • RGE
  • Riyadh Air
  • Ruya Partners
  • S&P Global
  • SALIC
  • Sami Capital
  • SAMSUNG
  • Sanad
  • Sanlam
  • Saudi Electricity Company
  • SaudiMed Investment
  • SAWACO – Water Desalination
  • SCSWORLD
  • Sdf
  • Seaport Global Securities
  • SG CIB
  • Sharjah Asset Management
  • Sharjah Finance Department
  • Sidara Collaborative
  • Siemens Energy
  • Simah Rating Agency
  • Sipchem
  • Sirius Aviation Capital
  • SMBC
  • Soling Partners
  • Standard Chartered
  • stc
  • Strategic and Precious Metal Processing (FZC) LLC
  • Sukoon
  • Tabreed
  • Taghleef Industries
  • Talc Investments
  • Tamasuk Holding Company
  • Tamweel
  • Tanmiah Food Group
  • TAQA
  • The Arab Investment & Export Credit Guarantee Corporation
  • The Boeing Company
  • The Global CIO Office
  • The Treasury Paradigm
  • The Van Kans
  • Tikehau Capital
  • Tradeline Securities
  • Tristar-Group
  • UAE Ministry of Finance
  • UBS
  • United Arab Bank
  • United Energy Group
  • United Real Estate Company
  • Unlu & Co
  • Vale
  • Vision Invest
  • Vodafone
  • Wafra
  • Waha Capital
  • White & Case LLP
  • Wisayah Investment
  • Yasref
  • Yellow Door Energy

ACCOMMODATION:

If you would like to stay at the Jumeirah Madinat Mina A Salam you can find the current rates below. Please note: room rates are for 3-6 June 2024 only (subject to availability).

Please find the group link below, the link contains default arrival and departure dates (3rd – 6th June 2024) number of rooms (1) and number of guest (1), please note, if you wish to alter the dates, click on EDIT buttons on the right side of the availability page.

Group Name: Bonds Loans & Sukuk Middle East 2024
Group Code: GFC020624
Group Link: Bonds Loans & SuKuK Middle East 2024

If you have any questions please contact: Lucy.Bailey@gfcmediagroup.com and Katie.Evans@gfcmediagroup.com

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