The Fifth Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Regulators’ Summit will take place in Abu Dhabi on 16th – 17th February 2011.
Over 350 pre-qualified compliance and AML professionals, regulators, and government officials will be attending the 5th GCC Regulators’ Summit in Abu Dhabi.
The summit will be inaugurated by the United Arab Emirates’ Minister of Economy, H.E. Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori, as well as H.E. Abdullah Al Turifi, the chief executive officer of the Emirates Securities and Commodities Authority (ESCA).
The summit will cover issues such as; regulation, fraud and corruption, compliance, risk, corporate governance and training.
Leas Bachatene, the managing director for Middle East and APAC, Complinet, said:
“As GCC and Middle East and North Africa economies continue to attract global investment, the issues of governance, regulation and compliance will remain key factors of international confidence in the region. GCC regulators, central banks and market authorities are actively balancing the need for growth with the imperatives of good governance and sound risk management. Complinet’s annual GCC Regulators’ Summit is the region’s exclusive forum for regulatory, compliance, legal, and financial professionals to converge and collaborate on these vital issues.”
The Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority is the exclusive lead sponsor.