Euromoney Egypt 2017 tackles private sector’s role in economic development
The 22nd Euromoney Egypt Conference will start on 18 September
The 22nd Euromoney Egypt Conference in Cairo on 18-19 September will address a number of major challenges facing the private sector’s economic growth in Egypt and obstructing foreign investment in Egyptian assets.
The Egyptian government has recently adopted a series of vital economic reforms to improve the investment atmosphere and increase economic efficiency in the country. However, the latest reports from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) indicated that massive population growth and high unemployment rate are the biggest challenges to economic growth in the country, which requires the development of the private sector to overcome those obstacles.
Euromoney Egypt 2017 will be attended by Charlie Corbett. Editorial Director of Euromoney Conferences; Hanan Morsi, Regional Chief Economist at the EBRD; and Mohamed Talaat, Partner at Baker and McKenzie (Helmy, Hamza & Partners).
The conference will include a series of live meetings and panel discussions highlighting the investment environment in Egypt, the capital markets, the Egyptian real estate development and others.
A large number of experts from financial markets, economists, government officials and bankers confirmed their attendance at the Euromoney Egypt conference this year to exchange views on the various economic issues addressed by the conference.
For the first time at the Euromoney Egypt Conference, the registered delegations will be able to use the Euromoney Conference application, in order to make the most of the information and discussions of the conference and to increase the interaction of participants.
The 22nd Euromoney Egypt Conference in Cairo on 18-19 September will address a number of major challenges facing the private sector