The economic scene in Egypt is set for further reform measures, accompanied with fundamental changes and severe consequences with a scheme to bring into effect a concept of financial inclusion.
In the midst of such high waters, new qualitatively different investment opportunities spring up; and the majority of which are non-banking financial activities. These activities have turned out into a field for competition between various local institutions, seeking to maintain sustainable profitability in a fast-changing environment.
In particular, the capital market is expecting a new period of prosperity with a plan of a large number of public IPOs and private placements, which the market has not been through for years.
Under such circumstances, effective communication and collaboration between the government’s executive and regulatory agencies will have a great role to play in order to achieve maximum gains from these opportunities. And this should reflect positively on the performance of both market players and the various economic sectors.Sponsors Speakers