Standard Chartered hosted its signature Corporate and Institutional Banking Clients' occasion - The Middle East Summit - at Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai. The one-day event held exclusively for Basic Chartered Bank's clients, offered extensive insight and evaluation on the financial image for the rest of 2018 and beyond.
The Macro-Economic briefing session began on a high note inviting around 200 clients to a stimulating variety of discussions by an outstanding line-up of speakers, welcoming insightful debates and conversations.
In a thought-provoking panel discussion, Dr. Ben S. Bernanke, previous Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, provided his monitorings and assessment on the current state of the economic situation, and the chances & challenges Middle East, Africa and remainder of the world. The session was moderated by Razia Khan, Chief Economist, Africa and Middle East, Standard Chartered Bank. David Mann, Managing Director, Chief Economic Expert, Requirement Chartered Bank, additionally shared the Bank's sights and insights at the event.
Commentinghis involvement, Dr. Ben S. Bernanke claimed: " It excels to be back to the UAE. This occasion was a great chance to attach and engage with decision manufacturers and believed leaders in this part of the world. I would like to say thanks to Typical Chartered for inviting me to be part of their Global Forum discussions."
Sunil Kaushal, Regional Chief Executive Officer, Africa and Middle East, Standard Chartered Bank, Julian Wynter, Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered Bank, UAE, Sarmad Lone, Regional Co-Head, Global Banking, AME and Mohamed Salama, Head of Global Banking UAE, were present in addition to senior participants of the Bank's monitoring team in the region.
Sunil Kaushal, Regional Chief Executive Officer, Africa and Middle East said: "The Standard Chartered Middle East Summit has grown for many years into what is currently an extremely related to customer event in the region, provened by the solid rate of interest and participation by our clients. In today's business setting, it is vital to earn educated choices based on info from trusted experts that have strong global and local understanding of business and economic characteristics. It was a satisfaction to speak with Dr. Bernanke this year where we united clients and partners to have insightful conversations and exchange views on topical issues, emerging fads and forces shaping the local, regional and global economies.”
The Middle East is a strategic market for Criterion Chartered Bank; its very first branch was founded in 1920 in Bahrain. In 2018, the Bank is commemorating its 60th anniversary in the UAE. For virtually 100 years, the Bank has built a strong network across the region and this plays to its toughness. The Bank's regional headquarters lie in the Dubai International Financial Centre.