Bahrain will host the second GCC Regulators’ Summit that will cover regulatory standards, capital market regulations, Basel II, money laundering and corporate governance. It is aimed at international and regional banks that understand the value of doing business in the Gulf.
Complinet, the leading provider of dynamic and connected risk and compliance solutions to the global financial services industry, has announced the full programme of speakers and topics for the summit, which will held in Manama on February 19 and 20.
Senior speakers from the main sponsors, the Central Bank of Bahrain, Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority, Bahrain Financial Services Development, Arab Bank, Gulf International Bank, Gulf Finance House, will address delegates. Rasheed Al Maraj, Governor of the Central Bank of Bahrain, will officially open the event.
The conference will be chaired by Jane Diplock, chairman of the executive committee of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions and chairman of the New Zealand Securities Commission, and co-chaired by David Rutledge (pictured above), chief executive of the DMCC.
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