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Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East 2022 Agenda

7th June 2022

08:50

Chairperson’s opening remarks

Speaker

Acting Head of Global Corporate Finance

Session ends: 09:00
09:00

Keynote address: Oil and gas financing in a rapidly transitioning world

Speaker

Chief Investment Officer

Session ends: 09:15
09:15

CFO Roundtable: How are the GCC’s leading borrowers and issuers navigating a “post-COVID world”?

  • Product, pricing, tenor, currency: A deep-dive into financial strategy preferences – Are certain markets or currencies now favoured over others?
  • Choosing partners for the future: To what extent have checklists changed when looking for partners and relationship banks?
  • Learning from the best: Unpacking some of the year’s ground-breaking deals from those that executed them

Moderator

Managing Director and Head of Market Insights and Strategy

Speakers

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Advisor to the Minister Office

Deputy Chief Financial Officer

Session ends: 10:15
10:15

Assessing the outlook for the MENA Fixed Income landscape in 2022/23

  • US HY vs. EM vs. MENA IG: With US rates increasing, are investors able to absorb MENA credit? How do MENA IG bonds compare to US HY?
  • With the arrival of new Covid variants, how do investors value the MENA region versus the yield on their current investments? Can a full recovery be priced into portfolios?
  • How do investors and banks view current liquidity levels in comparison with market expectation for 2023?
  • Understanding the value and cost of the hybrid and perpetual bond market given a potential rise in inflation and/or rates
  • How are investors viewing the AAOIFI regulation, and to what extent is this helping or hindering their participation in sukuk transactions?

Moderator

Partner

Speakers

Chief Investment Officer

Portfolio Manager, Global Sukuk and MENA Fixed Income

Head of Debt Capital Markets

Head of Debt Capital Markets, Investment Banking

Portfolio Manager, Head of Fixed Income

Executive Director, Capital Markets, AME

Session ends: 11:05
11:05

EDB’s developmental role in supporting UAE’s economic diversification and industrial transformation agenda

Speaker

Chief Executive Officer

Session ends: 11:20
11:20

Coffee and networking break hosted by Mashreqbank

Session ends: 11:50
11:50

Raising debt in a rising rate environment: Issuer vs. investor perspective

  • From EM to DM: How are investors moving their money? Which credits are they now focusing on (vs. those they are moving away from)?
  • Mind the (pricing) gap: To what extent is there a divergence in issuer vs. investor expectation of debt pricing? Who is willing to buy/pay? Is the premium worth it?
  • How can EM issuers looking to raise debt overcome the hurdle of accessing volatile markets in a rising rates environment? What support can their relationship banks offer?
  • How are issuers and investors viewing the sukuk market now vs. pre-COVID-19?

Moderator

Head of CEEMEA Syndicate

Speakers

Head of Debt Capital Markets and Syndicate

Chief Investment Officer, Global Sukuk and MENA Fixed Income

Chief Economist, Head of Research

Senior Managing Director, Group Funding & Investor Relations

Head of Capital Markets - Middle East

GM of Financial Institutions & Investor Relations

Session ends: 12:40
12:40

Syndicated loan markets dynamics: How can banks meet borrower demands for better pricing and longer tenor?

  • Understanding GCC banks’ funding strategies to maintain a strong market position: Will this excess liquidity last?
  • Balance sheet driven loans vs. refinancing: Which banks are lending in the Middle East, for what purpose, and at what price?
  • What are the next steps in deepening the UAE secondary loan market?
  • The evolution of acquisition financing:
    • How does ‘traditional’ corporate vs. ‘infrastructure-esque’ acquisition finance compare across MENA?
    • Will event driven financing continue to focus on divestments or pivot towards expansion?
    • Are international banks or regional institutions best placed to deliver financing to support their client’s ambitions?

Moderator

Managing Director, Head of Loan Syndicate & Distribution

Speakers

Head of Syndications, Capital Markets

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

Head of Corporate Finance and Investment Banking

Head of MEA Corporate Loan Origination / Corporate and Leveraged Finance

Head - Loans Sales & Trading, Investment Banking

Head of Loan Distribution

Managing Director, Loan Syndication

Session ends: 13:40
13:40

CAPEX vs refinancing: How much funding do MENA corporates need?

  • Bonds vs. loans vs. sukuk, local vs USD: Do MENA corporates have a preference to access particular markets or currencies? Why? And at what price?
  • To what extent will higher inflation and liquidity levels impact borrowers’ ability to predict their funding cycle and pay off debt?
  • Are corporates able to access the ‘patience capital’ provided by development banks for their CAPEX needs; is this the pool of liquidity that is accessible in the loan market prior to tapping the bond markets?
  • How much capital do corporates need for refinancing? How can MENA banks support this increased demand?
  • The market view on private placements and asset monetisation as alternative sources of CAPEX

Moderator

Director, Head of GCC Corporates

Speakers

Head of Debt Capital Markets, MENA

Senior Director, Origination, Investment Banking

Vice President, Treasury and Strategy

Managing Director of Markets & Investment Banking

Director, Debt Capital Markets MENA

Head of Wholesale & Institutional Banking

Session ends: 14:30
14:30

Networking lunch

Session ends: 15:30
15:30

Examining the role of FIs, issuers and investors in pushing forward MENA’s transition finance agenda

  • What role are banks and investors playing in educating the hydrocarbon market to access funding for cleaner energy?
  • Assessing the bankability of the energy transition: Which banks have mandates to finance it?
  • What frameworks need to be in place for O&G companies to access financing which aids the transition?
  • What do investors need to see from fossil fuel companies to qualify for sustainable funds?
  • How are sovereign NetZero by 2050 targets going to be reported and measured?
  • How can banks and issuers align their transition strategies and targets to government NetZero by 2050 initiatives?

Moderator

Managing Director, Head of Sustainable, Asset & Project Finance

Speakers

Head of DCM (MENAT)

Managing Director, Head of Sustainable Bonds, EMEA & Americas

Partner

Head of Debt Capital Markets, MEA

Portfolio Manager

Head of EMTN

Session ends: 16:30
15:30

Chairman's remarks

Speaker

Managing Director, Head of Loan Syndicate & Distribution

Session ends: 15:30
16:20

Strengthening UAE exports in the global market and diversifying the national economy

  • ADEX mandate to drive growth across the UAE national export community.
  • Importance to partner with ADEX to overcome today’s international trade challenges.
  • When, how and why to most effectively use ADEX financial products and services.
  • Value-addition offered by ADEX financial solution to your overseas buyers.
  • Collaboration between ADEX, UAE exporter and overseas buyers to expedite closing of successful transactions.

Speaker

Acting Director General

Session ends: 16:35
16:35

Power, infrastructure and natural resources: What role are bankers and borrowers playing to finance these burgeoning sectors across MENA?

  • How much investment does infrastructure need? What structures are available to finance both government-backed and private projects?
  • What are the lending opportunities for international and regional banks to fund 2022/23 PPP infrastructure projects?
  • Multilateral vs. bank funding: How do the funding options for borrowers compare across these three sectors?
  • Why are project bonds becoming the favoured structure to fund divested assets? Who is buying the paper, and at what price?
  • Mining as the next frontier: What does the mining sector landscape look like in MENA, and where do the opportunities lie?
  • Which sectors are piquing investor interest?

Moderator

Managing Partner

Speakers

Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder

Head of Treasury, Finance, Procurement & Legal

Head, Financing Solutions

Executive Director, Head of Structured Capital Markets

Treasury Portfolio Manager

Managing Director, Global Head of Infrastructure and Utilities

Session ends: 17:25
17:25

Understanding the challenges for MENA corporates when investing in Africa: How can African banks bridge the funding gap?

  • North vs. South vs. East vs. West: Where are the opportunities for MENA corporates to invest in Africa?
  • What tenors and size of tickets are available?
  • What challenges do MENA corporates face when financing projects in Africa?
  • Which financing structures can African banks offer to facilitate more investment from MENA into the African continent?

Moderator

Senior Relationship Manager, Corporate and Institutional Banking

Speakers

Director, Project Finance

Relations Manager, Loan Solutions and Synergies

Senior Director - Co-Head of Debt Origination

Session ends: 18:05
18:05

Close of Day One

8th June 2022

09:00

Chairman’s opening remarks

Speaker

Director, Loan Syndications and Structured Finance

Session ends: 09:10
09:10

Developing the domestic capital markets and supporting funding diversification: A closer look at the UAE’s domestic T-Bonds launch

  • What impact will the issuance of AED T-Bonds have on domestic debt capital markets? How will they develop as a result?
  • Fostering a local currency bond market: What will be the impact for the banking sector and wider investor community?

Speaker

Director

Session ends: 09:30
09:30

Geopolitical realignment and remaking globalisation: Economic and market implications

“One of the most outspoken voices on the Street”, Bloomberg • “The 12 Smartest People on Wall Street”, Business Insider

David Woo is a former top-ranked Wall Street global macro strategist with a 20-year track record of making actionable predictions about big global events. He joins us this year at Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East to address the rapidly changing make-up of the global political economy, and to give his view on what actions can be taken based on his predictions of the future. You may not agree with everything he says but he will make you reassess everything you thought you knew. For a sneak-peak on what David might be covering at the conference, visit his Free YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiJTi-lum1PHUTH5tDVTyrw

Speaker

Session ends: 10:45
10:15

Fireside Chat: Investment and funding strategies in response to global realignments

Moderator

Speakers

Director of Global Treasury Operations

Senior Executive Vice President, Group Head – Corporate & Institutional Banking

Session ends: 10:45
10:45

Oil price, inflation, real rates: What is the region’s macro-economic outlook for recovery in 2022/23?

  • Real vs. nominal interest rates: How is inflation expected to put pressure on GDP growth across the MENA region in 2022/23?
  • How does a hawkish US monetary policy interplay with the GCC’s FX and interest rates? Why are credit spreads remaining at an all-time low?
  • What is the new equilibrium price of oil? How does the new price translate to economic growth?
  • To what extent could Chinese real estate pressure impact wider EM markets? How could this translate to potential changes in oil price and supply chain demands?

Moderator

Vice President, Senior Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group

Speakers

Chief Economist and Head of Research

MENA Economist

Head of Fixed Income Asset Management

Session ends: 11:30
11:30

Coffee and networking break hosted by Mashreqbank

Session ends: 23:55
11:55

To list or not to list: What is driving MENA's IPO boom?

  • Financial due diligence, governance structures and quality of disclosures: What are the first steps for shareholders and management when undertaking an IPO?
  • Will the advent of more IPOs on the DFM in 2022 lead to more opportunity in the M&A and equity markets? Which players will take advantage of this opportunity?
  • What are the benefits of a GRE becoming publicly listed? Is this trend set to continue in 2023?

Moderator

Head of Business Development

Speakers

Head of Asset Management

CFO

Director, Equity Capital Markets

Vice President, Strategic Investments & Investor Relations

Session ends: 00:35
12:35

Ahead of hosting COPs in the region, how can MENA institutions align their governance structures with global ESG standards to secure more international investment?

  • Understanding the ESG governance and disclosure requirements for public and private companies and why they may differ
  • How can institutions prepare to report on their governance credentials, and what timeline are they working towards?
  • What are institutional investors expecting to see from MENA companies? How will they consider institutions with lower scores and/or nascent ESG governance structures?
  • Are there tangible metrics in place across the MENA region to achieve coherent governance structures by 2028? How are they being tracked?
  • Which elements of ‘G’, successfully implemented in other jurisdictions could translate well to the MENA market?
  • What is the cost of implementing increased governance to align potential green transactions with global ESG standards?

Moderator

Head of Sustainable & Transition Finance

Speakers

Head of Treasury

Deputy CEO

Business Development Lead, Primary Markets

Head of Fixed Income Investments – Asset Management

Global Head, Sustainable Bonds, Debt Capital Markets

Session ends: 13:20
13:20

LIBOR transition: What are the remaining challenges for the GCC banking sector? How could this affect pricing?

  • Understanding the next steps in preparing local banks with reporting and documentation structures for LIBOR transition
  • Why is there gap between the transition timeline for local and regional institutions? How can this be lessened?
  • What can local banks learn from regional banks further ahead in the transition?
  • What challenges could local institutions face by adopting the new reporting structures at a late stage? How will this impact pricing transactions in 2023?
  • SOFR vs. LIBOR based loans: How to price a dual tranche loan linked to different reference rates

Moderator

Director and IBOR Transformation Lead

Speakers

Executive Director, Loan Capital Markets, EMEA

Senior Director, Structuring & Leveraged Finance, Investment Banking

SVP - Head of DCM & Syndications & Cross Border

Director - Debt Capital Markets & Syndications

Session ends: 14:05
14:10

Networking Lunch and Close of Day Two

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COMPANIES CONFIRMED TO ATTEND

  • A.A. Al Moosa Enterprises LLC
  • Aberdeen Standard Investcorp Infrastructure Partners
  • Aberdeen Standard Investments
  • Abu Dhabi Capital Group
  • Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB)
  • Abu Dhabi Export Office (ADEX)
  • Abu Dhabi Fund for Development
  • Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company - Masdar
  • Abu Dhabi Investment Company
  • Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB)
  • Abu Dhabi Municipality
  • Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA)
  • Abu Dhabi National Hotels
  • Abu Dhabi National Industrial Projects
  • Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)
  • ACCIONA
  • Acciona Agua
  • Acuity Knowledge Partners
  • ACWA Power
  • AD Global Investors Limited
  • Addleshaw Goddard (Middle East) LLP
  • ADENZA
  • ADES Arabia Holding
  • Aditum Investment Management
  • ADM
  • ADNOC Distributions
  • ADNOC Drilling
  • ADQ
  • Agthia
  • Air
  • Airport Financing Company
  • AJmal Perfumes
  • Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld
  • Al Ahli Holding Group
  • Al Dahra Holding
  • Al Fakher
  • Al Farwaniya Property Developments
  • Al Futtaim
  • Al Futtaim Group Real Estate
  • Al Ghurair
  • Al Habtoor Group
  • Al Habtoor Investment LLC
  • Al Jaber Group
  • Al Mal Capital
  • Al Mazroui Group of Companies
  • Al Muhaidib Group
  • Al Rajhi Bank
  • Al Ramz Capital
  • Al Wathba National Insurance
  • Al Yousuf Group
  • AlAhlia International Technology Industries
  • ALBA
  • Alcazar Energy
  • Aldar Properties
  • Alfahim Group
  • Alfakher
  • Alinma Investment
  • Al-Khomasiah Real Estate Development Company
  • Allen & Overy
  • Alpha Capital
  • Alshaya Group
  • ALSTON & BIRD
  • Altica Partners
  • Aman Insurance
  • Amicorp Netherlands B.V.
  • Amlak Finance
  • Apparel Group
  • Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA)
  • Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP)
  • Arabian Drilling Company
  • Aramex
  • Arasco
  • AREIT Investment Holdings
  • Arise
  • Arkan Building Materials Co PJSC
  • Arqaam Capital
  • Arthur Cox
  • ASYAD Group
  • AURBIS Capital
  • Aventicum
  • Averda International Services LLC
  • AW Rostamani
  • Awad Capital
  • Azimut
  • Bahra Cables Company
  • Baker Mckenzie
  • Bank ABC
  • Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam
  • Bank of Africa
  • Bank of Baroda
  • Bank of Jordan
  • Bank of Sharjah
  • Banque Du Caire
  • Barclays
  • BEEAH Group
  • Beyridge
  • Bezen & Partners
  • Bird & Bird
  • Black Stars Investments (BSI)
  • BlackRock
  • Bloomberg
  • BNP Paribas
  • BNY Mellon
  • Boeing
  • Boeing Capital Corporation
  • BofA Securities
  • BOK
  • Borouge
  • Boubyan Bank
  • Bowline
  • BRF
  • British Embassy UAE
  • Brookfield Asset Management
  • Burford Capital
  • Burgan Bank
  • Capital Investments
  • Catalyst Private Equity
  • Catella Middle East
  • Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates
  • Citi
  • Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
  • Clifford Chance
  • Commercial Bank International
  • Commercial Bank of Dubai
  • Commerzbank
  • Consolidated Contractors Company
  • Costra Group
  • Credit Agricole CIB
  • Credit Suisse
  • Crescent Petroleum
  • Daman Investments
  • Dana Gas
  • DANWAY
  • Dar Al Arkan
  • Dar Al Mimar Group (DMG)
  • Dar Group
  • David Woo Unbound
  • db Solar Prime Holding
  • DBS Bank
  • Dechert
  • Dentons
  • Department of Finance, Abu Dhabi
  • Department of Finance, Dubai
  • Deutsche Bank
  • DGF Investimentos
  • Diamond Developers
  • Dico Investment Company
  • Dow Chemicals
  • DP World
  • Du Telecom
  • Dubai Aerospace Enterprise
  • Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA)
  • Dubai Financial Market
  • Dubai Green Fund
  • Dubai Holding
  • Dubai Investments Park
  • Dubai Islamic Bank
  • Dubai South
  • DWF LLP
  • Earthlink
  • East Coast Group
  • Edge Group
  • ELIA Investment Advisors
  • Elsewedy Electric
  • Emarat
  • Embassy of Italy
  • Emirates Airline
  • Emirates Capital Limited
  • Emirates Development Bank
  • Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA)
  • Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC)
  • Emirates NBD
  • Emirates NBD Asset Management
  • Emirates NBD Capital
  • Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC)
  • Emirates Ship Investment Company LLC
  • Emirates Water & Electricity Company (EWEC)
  • Emrill Services LLC
  • Engie
  • Enviromena Power Systems
  • Epicure Investment Management
  • Equate Petrochemical Company
  • ETG World
  • Etihad Airways
  • Etihad Credit Insurance
  • Etihad Rail
  • Etisalat
  • Euroclear
  • Euronext Dublin
  • Exeed Industries LLC
  • Expo 2020
  • FAS Energy
  • Fertiglobe
  • FFA Private Bank
  • Fiducia Capital
  • FIM Partners
  • Fine Hygienic Holding
  • FINSIGHT
  • Finverity
  • First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB)
  • Fitch Ratings
  • Fitch Solutions
  • Flydubai
  • Foulath Holding B.S.C.
  • Franklin Templeton
  • FTV Global Treasury Center Management Limited
  • Fujairah Oil Terminal FZC
  • General Electric (GE)
  • General Pension & Social Security
  • GIB Capital
  • Global Credit Advisers
  • Global Sovereign Advisory
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Government of Sharjah
  • Green Energy Solutions & Sustainability LLC
  • Gulf Bank
  • Gulf Capital
  • Gulf International Bank
  • Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Hamriyah Free Zone Authority
  • Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.
  • Hassana Investment Company
  • Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Hikma Pharmaceuticals
  • HSBC
  • ICBC
  • ICBC Standard Bank
  • ICE DATA SERVICES
  • IHS Towers
  • Independent
  • Infra Innovative Financial Solutions
  • ING Bank
  • Institute of International Finance
  • Intel
  • Intermass
  • International Airfinance Corporation
  • International Islamic Liquidity Management Corporation
  • International Maritime Industries (a Saudi Aramco Joint Venture)
  • Intesa Sanpaolo
  • Invest AD
  • Investcorp
  • Investment & Development Office Govt. of RAK
  • Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD)
  • IPFA
  • Islamic Corporation Development (ICD)
  • ISS Corporate Solutions, Inc.
  • Ittihad International Investment
  • Jadwa Investment
  • Jashanmal National Company
  • JP Morgan
  • Julius Baer and Company
  • Kamco Investment Company
  • Kanoo Capital
  • KfW IPEX Bank
  • Kipco - Kuwait Projects Company (Holding)
  • Korea Development Bank (KDB)
  • Kuwait Finance House
  • Kuwait International Bank
  • Kuya Silver
  • Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW)
  • Larsen & Toubro
  • LCM
  • Linklaters LLP
  • Liquidity Finance LLP
  • LLB
  • Lockheed Martin Global Inc.
  • London Stock Exchange
  • LuLu Group International
  • LUMIERE G INTERNATIONAL LTD
  • Luxembourg Stock Exchange
  • M7 Capital
  • Majid Al Futtaim Group
  • Maples Group
  • Mariana Investment Partners
  • Marsh
  • Marubeni Corporation
  • Mashi Advisements Consultancy
  • Mashreqbank
  • Mauritius Commercial Bank
  • Maybank Islamic
  • Mazoon Electricity Company
  • McDermott
  • Mercuria
  • Metito
  • Mi CAPITAL
  • Midcom Group
  • Ministry of Electricity & Energy, Egypt
  • Ministry of Finance, Oman
  • Ministry of Finance, Tunisia
  • Ministry of Finance, UAE
  • Miral Asset Management
  • Mizuho Bank
  • Mizuho International
  • MJ Additive International
  • Mohamed Yousuf Naghi & Brothers Group
  • Moody's Analytics
  • Moody's Investors Service
  • Morgan Lewis
  • Mubadala Investment Company
  • MUFG
  • Mumtalakat
  • Nabtah Investments
  • Nahdi Medical Company
  • Nama Holding
  • Nasdaq Dubai
  • National Bank of Bahrain
  • National Bank of Fujairah
  • National Bonds Corporation
  • National Debt Management Centre, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Natixis
  • NBK Capital
  • Nebras Power
  • NetRoadshow
  • Noga Holding
  • Novelis
  • Nurol LLC
  • Oasis Investment LLC (Al Shirawi Group - ESG)
  • OCTAL
  • Oman Air
  • Oman Cement Company
  • Oman Electricity Transmission Company (OETC)
  • Oman Insurance Company
  • Oman Water & Wastewater Services Company
  • Omantel
  • Omnix International
  • ONE Swiss Private Wealth
  • Optimum Invest s.a.l.
  • OQ
  • Oq Gas Networks LLC (formerly Oman Gas Company SAOC)
  • OQ Trading
  • Orascom Development
  • Perbadanan Tabung Amanah Islam Brunei (TAIB)
  • Permasteelisa Gartner Middle East LLC
  • Pinsent Masons
  • Power China
  • Private Department of H.E. Sheikh Mohamed Bin Khalid Al Nahyan
  • Public Investment Fund (PIF)
  • Pure Harvest
  • Qatar Financial Centre
  • Qatar First Bank (QFB)
  • Qatar General Holding Company
  • Qatar Insurance Company
  • Qatar Navigation
  • Quantum Investment Bank
  • RAK Ceramics
  • RAK Hospitality Holding
  • RAK Porcelain LLC
  • RAKBANK
  • Rasmala
  • Rawabi Holding
  • Raymond James Financial
  • Reem Mall
  • Riyad Bank
  • Roads and Transport Authority
  • Royal Golden Eagle Group (RGE)
  • S&P Global
  • S&P Global Market Intelligence
  • S&P Global Ratings
  • Sami Capital
  • Samsung Group
  • Sanad
  • Sancta Capital
  • SASREF
  • Saturna
  • Saudi Aramco
  • Saudi Aramco Nabors Drilling (SANAD)
  • Saudi Electricity Company
  • Saudi Environment Fund
  • Saudi Investment Recycling
  • Saudi National Bank
  • Saudimed Investment Company
  • Seddiqi Holding
  • Sharjah Finance Department
  • Shell
  • SHUAA Capital
  • Simmons & Simmons
  • Sirius Aviation Capital
  • SMBC
  • SMBC Nikko Capital Markets
  • Societe Generale
  • Sojitz Corporation
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Stephenson Harwood
  • Strategic and Precious Metal Processing (FZC) LLC
  • Sumitomo Corporation
  • Sun Global Investments
  • Tabreed
  • Tadawul (Saudi Stock Exchange)
  • Talc Investments
  • Tamasuk Holding Company
  • Tamweel Al-Oula Financing
  • Tanmiah Foods Company
  • TAQA
  • Tawuniya
  • Telecom Egypt
  • Texel Finance
  • The Global CIO Office
  • The Sustainable City Group
  • TMF Group
  • Tradeline Securities
  • Tristar Transport
  • Trojan Holding
  • Trowers & Hamlins
  • United Arab Bank
  • Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse)
  • Vision Invest
  • Wafra
  • Waha Capital
  • Walkers
  • Warba Bank
  • wasl
  • White & Case
  • White Rock
  • YAS Holding LLC
  • Yellow Door Energy
  • Zakher Marine International Inc.

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Zain Zaidi
Citi

The Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East conference attendance is increasing year by year and it is a great venue for all issuers, investors and banks.

Jean-Marc Mercier
HSBC

Bonds, Loans and Sukuk Middle East has become A MUST attend event, it is the best and most efficient gathering of different lenders and borrowers in the MENA region.

Riyad Hammad
Arabtec Construction

I never thought that GFC could improve on previous years but they managed to attract an unprecedented 1,200 delegates at Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East, representing issuers, borrowers and banks.

Raouf Jundi
MUFG

The Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East Conference gives you credible information about what is actually happening in the financial markets… both pros and cons, all under one roof… which you don’t get at any other conference.

Neeraj Agrawal
Crescent Petroleum

If attending the Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East conference is vital to our network, the 1-1 meetings are by far the best way to build long-lasting relationships in our industry. The GFC team impressed me with their attentive and professional service.

James Bejjani
M1 Capital

6. Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East is the Gold Standard of Conferences. If you were to ask a number of people to name one conference to attend - this is the one they would choose. The networking opportunities are far greater than at any other conference.

Usman Ahmed
Emirates NBD Asset Management

The Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East conference provides the most extensive opportunity to network across our clients and investors at one event and, as it continues to grow, so does the benefit from attending. Cannot praise the organisation and the set-up of the conference more highly either.

David Higgs
Mizuho

I don't attend many conferences but I make sure Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East is the one event firmly in my diary year after year. It gives me the chance to interact with the buy side, sell side as well as prospects and peers. For that reason, this is the gold standard for conferences in the region.

Usman Ahmed
FIM Partners

Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East continues to be the marquee event for Banks and Issuers in the region and one we all look forward to each year. The event is getting bigger and better with each year and this wouldn’t be possible without your team’s meticulous planning and organizing in the build-up to and during the event as well.

Chiradeep Deb
Mashreqbank

The Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East conference is a mecca of banking and treasury professionals. The positivity and energy in the conference was beyond my imagination and it can be witnessed through the excitement and aura of participants at the event. Most of the topics address the upcoming problems and panel discussions provide insight from the industry experts on critical issues faced by the industry.

Ashok Mehngi
GEMS Education

Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East AWARDS 2022


The Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East AWARDS Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, 8th June 2022 at the Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai.

Since 2015, the Bonds & Loans Awards has been recognising the most innovative and ground-breaking deals from Sovereign, Corporate and Financial Institution issuers and borrowers.


Benefits of attending the AWARDS Ceremony:

  • Access a highly exclusive event and senior industry-leading figures involved in the most innovative and ground-breaking deals from Sovereign, Corporate and Financial Institutions & Borrowers
  • Build your network: limited numbers ensure guaranteed interaction and networking with a select group of the industry’s elite; all of our 2021 ceremonies sold out and proved a night to remember

ACCOMMODATION

Unfortunately the discounted room block for Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East 2022 has now sold out. Rooms may still be available but should be booked via usual methods. There are three hotels within the Jumeirah resort which can be seen below, and all are within close proximity/walking distance to the Madinat Conference Hall (the event venue). Mina A’Salam is the closest, followed by Al Naseem and Al Qasr.

To check availability and to book please visit www.Jumeirah.com. Otherwise please feel free to book through your usual booking agent or direct with any other hotel of your choosing.

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