A group of finance, investment, and business leaders will visit Morocco to take part in a conference during which they will discuss Morocco’s financial sector development.
Rabat – Euromoney Conferences will hold its inaugural conference with an expected 200 delegates in Morocco to discuss the country’s financial sector development on February 19.
In a press release about the event, Euromoney Conferences billed itself as “a leading organiser of conferences for cross-border investment and capital markets.”
The event will bring together Moroccan and international panellists to discuss potential for investment, growth, and trade.
The discussions will focus on digital and financial product innovation, the development of capital markets, sustainable employment prospects, and also opportunities offered for SMEs.
The governor of Bank Al-Maghrib, Abdellatif Jouahri, will deliver an opening keynote speech, outlining Morocco’s economic strategy and how the banking and regulatory environment will contribute to achieving Morocco’s economic goals.
Othman Benjelloun, CEO of BMCE Bank of Africa, will also deliver a similar keynote speech.
The director of Euromoney Conferences Middle East & Africa, Victoria Behn, expressed her delight that Euromoney conferences are finally coming to Morocco.
“It’s an honor to bring Euromoney’s expertise to Morocco and provide this unique platform for networking and discussion,” she commented.
She added that the aim of the conferences is “to bring new ideas, knowhow, and solutions to Morocco’s financial sector development, and to tell the Moroccan story to our key international audiences. It’s been a long held ambition to hold this event.”
The conferences aim to identify and explain the latest trends in global financial markets. They also seek to act as impartial forums for the rigorous exchange of ideas.
Based in London, Euromoney Conferences has “almost 50 years’ experience connecting companies and governments with the financial institutions that support their growth.”