London - The ninth World Islamic Economic Forum opened on Tuesday in London, with the participation of leaders and senior officials from several countries, including Morocco.
London – The ninth World Islamic Economic Forum opened on Tuesday in London, with the participation of leaders and senior officials from several countries, including Morocco.
Led by head of government, Abdelilah Benkirane, the Moroccan delegation will take part in this three-day meeting, held under the motto: “Changing World, New Relationships,” to showcase the progress made by the Kingdom in the political, economic, and social fields.The Moroccan delegation will present the model of development of the Kingdom and its investment programs as well as the strengths of the Moroccan banking system which is aligned with international standards and which promotes investment and trade.
For a number of finance experts, Morocco is one of the safest destinations for investors, seeking growth and expansion opportunities. The Moroccan banking sector is one of the most developed and dynamic in Africa, as evidenced by the presence of Moroccan banks in more than 20 African countries.
The ninth World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF), held for the first time outside the Muslim world, will bring together more than 1,500 personalities from the world, including heads of State and Government, ministers of trade and economy as well as experts in Islamic finance and business leaders.
This event will provide a platform for meetings between world managers and investors to discuss ways to strengthen partnerships between Muslim and European markets.
The opening ceremony of the forum was marked by speeches by President of the WIEF Foundation, Tun Musa Hitman, President of the Islamic Development Bank, Ahmed Mohamed Ali, and Malaysian Prime Minister Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak.
Several other leaders of the Muslim world and members of the British government are to address the participants of the forum.