The Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development and National Bank of Abu Dhabi, Nasser Ahmed Al Suwaidi, has been confirmed as keynote speaker for the upcoming 2nd Latin America Mid-East Investors Forum (LA-MEIF), taking place on April 26 and 27 in Abu Dhabi.
Co-hosted by LatinFinance and the Gulf Latin America Leaders Council (GLLC), the 2nd LA-MEIF will bring a delegation of Latin American companies, banks and funds to Abu Dhabi to present investment opportunities and to hear from investors in the Middle East about how Latin America fits into their strategies and objectives.
This interregional initiative is the only of its kind, and is very timely considering recent investments from the Gulf into Latin American companies and funds. Delegates have 2 full days to meet and present to each other, and this week, the 1-1 Meeting Planner will open for delegates interested in holding private meetings during LA-MEIF.
The 1-1 meetings will be complemented by a series of panel discussions and networking opportunities so that both groups -- Latin American/international delegates as well as Gulf-based investors -- can learn about each other and what it takes to get a successful deal done.
Latin American/international delegates include representatives from Banco do Brasil, Banco Mercantil Santa Cruz, Banobras, BNDES, BR Properties, Braskem, Brilla Group, Bunge, Camargo Correa, Compass Group, Group Metro, Grupo Itaquere, Gulesserian Consultores, Localiza Rent a Car, Maiz Transforma, Mt. Soledad, Mexican Ministry of Finance, MRV Engenharia, Nexxus Capital, Pellas Investments, O-Tek International, OGX, Stratus Investimentos, Tiba Agro, Vesta and more.
Confirmed investors include representatives from Abraaj, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, Abu Dhabi Investment Company/InvestAD, Abu Dhabi Investment Council, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Al Midas International Group, Al-Rashid Investment Partners, Amara Holdings, Amwal, Cherat Cement Co, Damac Invest, Daman Investments, EIIC, Eagle Ayed Group, Emirates Capital, Emirates Investment Authority, Gulf Capital, Injazat Capital, Islamic Development Bank, Ithraa Capital, Kuwait Petroleum Company, Majid Al Futtaim Asset Management, Majlis Capital, Makaseb, National Holding, Oman Investment Fund, RAK Investment Authority, RHT Partners, Siraj Capital, Starling International Management, Swicorp, Tasweek, Tricap Investments and more.
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