BMI to support Bahrain Euromoney event
Manama, March 3, 2013
Bahraini retail and commercial banking institution, BMI Bank, has announced its support towards the 2013 Euromoney Bahrain Conference as a strategic sponsor.
The conference, organised by Euromoney in partnership with the Bahrain Economic Development Board will be held on March 5 and 6. It will focus on Bahrain’s macroeconomic strategy and public finances, development of the financial sector, financing of the country’s infrastructure needs and progress of capital markets, a statement from the organisers said.
Euromoney is the world’s leading organiser of conferences for cross-border investment and capital markets for portfolio and direct investors, financial intermediaries, corporations, governments, banks and financial institutions.
Jamal Al-Hazeem, chief executive of BMI Bank, said: “BMI Bank has always been at the forefront of both product and service innovation as reflected in our position as a key player amongst local retail and commercial banks within the country.”
“As an engaging local bank, we are proud to extend our support towards the latest edition of the Euromoney Bahrain Conference as part of our continuous commitment to back such noteworthy events that help in raising the profile of our country within the international forum.”
“We believe that such conferences offer a tremendous platform for industry leaders within the financial sector to come together and collectively discuss the country’s financial strategy, contribute to the exchange of ideas and deliberate on the significant opportunities both within Bahrain and across the region.”
“We are delighted that we are working with BMI Bank as a key partner on this event. Their early support and enthusiasm for our work in Bahrain is a major reason for us being here. We look forward to working with them this year and in the future,” Richard Banks, regional director, Euromoney Conferences said. – TradeArabia News Service
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