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Cayan Group Chairman Ahmed Alhatti contributing panelist on ‘Saudi Macro Economic Outlook’ Key financial leaders from around the world set to convene in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


ayan Group, the leading property developer in the Middle East is set to co-sponsor the upcoming annual Euromoney Saudi Arabia Conference.

The Conference will take place on 03-04 May 2016 at the Al Faisaliah Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The Conference, which is built on the theme ‘Delivering Reform: Maintaining Growth’ and co-hosted with Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Finance, will attract global financial leaders, policy-makers, CEOs, and investors to share industry knowledge and expertise at the two-day event.

Commenting on the company’s decision to co-sponsor and participate in the Conference, Mr. Ahmed Alhatti, Chairman of Cayan Group, who is a contributing panellist on the ‘Saudi Macro Economic Outlook’ forum, said “Keeping up with the local—especially with the Saudi government unveiling its ‘Vision 2030’ plan to develop the investment climate, and the global economy is quite important to us and our businesses.

The opportunity to hear and learn from financial experts and other industry specialists that the Euromoney Conference offers is not to be missed, and therefore we are not only co-sponsoring but also participating in this informative event.’’ Eng. Usama Sarraj, Group Development & Engineering Director, will be another speaker from Cayan Group on the section related to real estate.

This year’s Conference will include a dedicated panel on the future of Saudi Arabia’s debt market, a special banking CEO roundtable, as well as panels examining equity markets, and what has changed since Qualified Foreign Investors (QFIs) were allowed to invest in the Saudi Stock Market in 2015.

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