Commercial Bank 'Exclusive Innovation Partner' of Euromoney Qatar Conference 2022
May 25 2022 08:33 PM
Commercial Bank 'Exclusive Innovation Partner' of Euromoney Qatar Conference 2022
In a keynote interview at the conference, Commercial Bank Group CEO Joseph Abraham will explore Qatar’s economic prospects for 2022, how important is ESG to the bank and to its customers, along with the future of the Bank in the context of digitisation

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Commercial Bank, the most innovative digital bank in Qatar, has announced that it has become the Exclusive Innovation Partner of the Euromoney Qatar Conference 2022, taking place at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel on May 29 under the patronage of HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz al-Thani, Qatar’s Prime Minister and Minister of Interior.
Co-hosted with the Qatar Central Bank, this high-level gathering of financiers and investors returns to Doha to chart the latest developments in Qatar’s economic story.
In a keynote interview at the conference, Commercial Bank Group CEO Joseph Abraham will explore Qatar’s economic prospects for 2022, how important is ESG to the bank and to its customers, along with the future of Commercial Bank in the context of digitisation.
Dr Leonie Lethbridge, Commercial Bank executive general manager and chief operating officer will speak during a panel on the future of banking and the evolution of the Qatari banking sector toward digitisation.
Abraham commented: “We are pleased to be the ‘Exclusive Innovation Partner’ of the Euromoney Qatar Conference this year. This sponsorship affirms the bank’s commitment towards innovation and digital transformation which supports Qatar’s National Vision 2030 and contributes to the continued development of Qatar’s banking industry”.
Victoria Behn, commercial director at Euromoney Conferences commented: “We are incredibly excited to be returning to Qatar. So much has happened since our last event in 2019 and we are honoured to be working again with the Qatar Central Bank and our wonderful sponsors”.
Euromoney will lead discussions in this prestigious event on the fascinating global and regional macro trends and what they mean for Qatar and the country’s financial sector, and will address the ever-important topics of ESG and climate change, and the progress being made in the digitisation of Qatar’s financial services.



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