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Two ICMA Centre academics invited to speak at prestigious international conference

Professor Adrian Bell, Head of the ICMA Centre, and Volker Nienhaus, Visiting Professor, have been invited to speak at the upcoming conference organised by the CFA Institute, “Realising our Potential: Investing for Sustainable Growth”, 9-10 April- in Jordan. The conference is the fifth Annual CFA Institute Middle East Investment Conference and aims to bring together industry leaders.

Leading business figures from across the MENA region and respected international practitioners, policy makers and macroeconomic experts will examine the challenges and opportunities facing Middle East economies, and consider practical solutions to the most pressing questions facing investment professionalstoday.

Adrian will be drawing on his research in the History of Finance to draw parallels for current market practitioners; whilst Volker will be talking on the theme ‘turning Islamic Banking into a competitive advantage’.

For additional information please visit the conference website.

Published 28 January 2014

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