Due to their investing power, institutional investors are playing a central role in nurturing the Shariah compliant investment industry. Unsurprisingly, the biggest players in the field …
Date: 28th June 2021
Venue: Kuwait City
About The Forum
Firms raising capital around the world have taken notice of GCC investors changing investment preferences and high demand for international investment opportunities. Reaching these investors and decisionmakers, however, has proven to be challenging. The traditional methods of reaching these investors have become less accessible, such as using third-party placement agents, direct sales agents, roadshows, and advertisements. Instead, these investors are looking to invest by building long-term relationships with people they can trust. The best time to start building these relationships is now.
The 3rd Private Investors’ Forum, brought to you by the unique partnership between Quorum and IFN, will again attract the private wealth of Kuwait and neighboring states interested in but not exclusively, in Shariah compliant investments.
This event is ideal for companies looking to raise capital for their new or existing ventures, including real estate development projects, acquisition financing, technology companies with proven business models looking for growth capital and mature companies looking for expansion or acquisition capital. Also perfect for service providers catering to the high net-worth market.
An Introduction to 2021
At REDmoney, 2020 taught us much about the state of the events business. What works, what doesn’t and how to continue delivering unparalleled programs to our global audience.
It’s a fundamental element of our business going forward, and we will continue to adapt to ensure we remain relevant and our events remain the industry’s best.
The global appetite and requirements for converging has shifted and now more than ever, we are strategically planning our events to adapt to these changes in the face of disruption without compromising on the quality of knowledge transfer and outreach.
Technological advancements have given rise to exciting opportunities in developing new formats that allows unlimited real time interaction remotely.
Moving forward, we will deliver a blend of physical and online events, ensuring the best of both worlds. Physical interaction is important to many, whilst travel and time away from the office isn’t always necessary to reach new markets.
For 2021, through careful research and planning, we have curated bespoke events online and offline with your interest in mind.
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Last Visit to Kuwait City
According to the Institute of International Finance (IIF), global debt has risen by US$150 trillion over the past 15 years reaching US$247 trillion as of the first quarter of 2018. Compare this to global GDP, which in 2017 was US$80.7 trillion according to the World Bank. This rapid rise in debt coupled with deteriorating economic indicators is worrying international investors and forcing them to seek safer investment alternatives in order to weather the storm they believe is inevitable.
For investors in the GCC region these developments are only magnified when adding in geopolitical tensions, trade wars and the high volatility of oil prices. These investors have long been diversifying their investments outside the region, with a particular interest in the developed markets in Europe and the U.S. They have historically preferred these investments for safety, security and long-term growth opportunities.
Today, GCC investors’ interest in protecting and preserving their wealth is the highest it has been in recent memory. Over the past few years, we have noticed a marked shift in investment preferences. Prior to 2008, GCC investors...
About REDmoney Events
REDmoney events designs, organizes and hosts industry-leading conferences, forums, roadshows, seminars and dialogues focusing on the Islamic financial markets across a global, regional and national level. Leveraging an exceptional network of the industry’s elite and supported by the expertise of the REDmoney publishing and seminars divisions, REDmoney Events are able to provide access to a unique array of influential speakers, panellists and participants from a cross-section of the global industry to debate the most significant issues affecting the Shariah compliant financial markets.
REDmoney events are differentiated by their complimentary yet qualified attendance structure, ensuring the highest quality of both delegates and contributors. Comprehensive and cutting-edge, attendance ensures exclusive access to the leaders in their field across all sectors and markets.
The annual IFN Asia Forum has been the biggest event in the industry since its inception in 2006, attracting over 1,000 delegates annually. An annual line-up of Forums are also conducted across emerging markets and key jurisdictions. Included under REDmoney Events are the IFN Awards Ceremonies, which take place annually in Dubai and Kuala Lumpur, and attract more than 800 industry leaders.