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Weathering the COVID storm and the economic after-shocks: How are corporates approaching funding through volatile times

Broadcast on Sep 14, 2021 from Livestream: Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East 2021

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  • Stories behind the big headlines: What were the risks (and successful outcomes) corporates faced when they attempted to approach the capital market in 2020?
  • Do MENA borrowers still prefer loan financing versus bonds/sukuk? What’s the desire to diversify investor/funding base eastwards?
  • How did SMEs with EBITDA >USD50m adapt their businesses and finances through the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • The market view on corporate credit deterioration and debt burdens: How will defaults trickle down to affect the credit environment post-COVID?
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Speaker

Ahmad Alshubbar

Ahmad Alshubbar

Vice President, Treasury and Strategy

Rawabi Holding

Ahmad Alshubbar

Ahmad Alshubbar

Vice President, Treasury and Strategy at Rawabi Holding

Mr. Ahmed AlShubbar is the Group Vice President, Group Treasury & Strategy for Rawabi Holding Group Mr. AlShubbar’s responsibilities include overseeing the group's Treasury, Corporate Finance, Bank Relations, Cash Flow Management, Insurance and most importantly Strategy. Mr. AlShubbar brings a wealth of banking experience that covers Corporate Banking and Investment Banking (Debt Capital Markets and Debt Advisory) for over 12 years with reputable banks such as National Commercial Bank (NCB), Samba Financial Group, Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF) and Gulf International Bank (GIB) where he recently served as Vice President in Investment Banking. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Economics from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) Business School. He attended and participated in many training programs and conferences in related areas such as Credit Risk Management, Corporate Finance and Global Markets, Bonds, Loans & Sukuk to name a few.

Rawabi Holding

Ahmad Alshubbar

From our trading legacy, Rawabi Holding has developed into a diversified conglomerate. Rooted in the region, Rawabi Holding has extensive expertise in understanding and anticipating market dynamics.

We recognize what businesses need to do to be successful in Saudi Arabia and we are dedicated to helping our partners, joint ventures and businesses succeed.

Established and proven, Rawabi Holding is not satisfied with the status quo. We seek out innovative solutions, technologies and opportunities that help enable our clients to succeed more effectively and cost-efficiently.

Rawabi Holding, through its fully owned subsidiaries, joint ventures and partnerships with international market leaders, focuses on three core sectors:

  • OILFIELD SERVICES
  • CONTRACTING & INDUSTRIAL SERVICES
  • OFFSHORE SERVICES

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