Middle East Investment Summit 2022 - Sponsorship Prospectus

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Our Story

 

Middle Eastern investors have an abundance of funds waiting to be allocated. As the pandemic continues to accelerate macro trends, investors are seeking innovative funds, strategies and solutions that can help them capitalise on market changes and generate returns in 2022.

The size of regional SWFs and institutional AUM is vast and the GCC's wealthiest family offices continue to look for diversification and improved performance. Investors continue to seek sophisticated strategies and exposure to emerging asset classes and investment vehicles.

For the past 23 years, regional and international funds have successfully raised money at the Middle East Investment Summit.

 

“I was impressed to address an incredible collection of executive level investment professionals and meet a number of the industry’s leading figures.”

Mark Mobius, Executive Chairman, Templeton Emerging Markets Group

 

HOW AND WHY?


In this region, relationships matter. Fund managers who come with the right strategy and the intention to build long-term partnerships can be successful. For two decades we have been connecting funds and companies with the region’s biggest institutional and private investors.

 

We have been fortunate to be the stewards of an event that for 23 years has met the needs of Middle Eastern institutional and private investors. With over $3 trillion of wealth in attendance annually, we are looking for innovative fund managers and solution providers who can help investors diversify their portfolios.


Join us in November 2022 as we continue to assist portfolio management excellence and help forge strong relationships for the years ahead.

 

2:1 INVESTOR TO FUND MANAGER ATTENDANCE RATIO