Commercial Bank joins hands with Euromoney to present on Thursday, September 29th, 2022 at 2pm Doha time, “Qatar: Outlook and opportunities before and after FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022”, an online Euromoney Livestream where key speakers from the bank and others will share their perspectives on what the World Cup means for Qatar, for its businesses and for its allocation of capital on the global markets.

Dr Leonie Lethbridge, EGM, Chief Operating Officer from Commercial Bank, Akber Khan, Senior Director, Asset Management from Al Rayan Investment, and Basil Bachos, Residential Sales Director from United Development Company will be joining Euromoney’s Richard Banks on September 29th to explore the financing, investment, and business opportunities that this Gulf state provides to international capital.

This Euromoney Livestream will bring the audience a live discussion on Qatar’s macro-outlook – gas, tourism, finance, investment; what FIFA World Cup 2022 will mean for Qatar – economy, image, investment; the legacy of World Cup 2022 – post event strategy and opportunity; and fraud and customer security during the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Commenting on the event, Hussein Al Abdulla, EGM, Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Premium Banking at Commercial Bank said: “An important legacy of the World Cup is raising global awareness of Qatar as an investment and tourist destination. This is part of Qatar’s wider vision of leading in many areas such as sports, education, innovation, and tourism. The recent successful sporting events in Doha are indicators of Qatar’s strong commitment to hosting world class sporting events, which is a key element of sustainable development”.

“Euromoney is pleased to continue its longstanding relationship with Commercial Bank of Qatar and introduce this special country-focused LiveStream,” Victoria Behn, Commercial Director at Euromoney Conferences said.

Commercial Bank is inviting everyone to seize this opportunity and join a panel of experts online from Doha and beyond to take your questions and to get under the surface of this small but exciting nation.

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