Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East is the only event that brings together issuers, borrowers, investors and bankersto discuss the developments of local and international bond, syndicated loan and sukuk markets.
With over 1200 delegates in attendance at this year's event, this is the region's largest finance and investment conference. By attending you will network with key decision makers from existing and potential clients. Established as the annual meeting place for senior capital markets professionals to network and build business connections; Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East is the one event you cannot afford to miss.
Chief Investment Officer
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)
Global Head of Global Rates, FX & EM FI Strategy & Economics Research
Group Chief Executive Officer
Dubai Islamic Bank
Fund Manager & Head of Fixed Income Asia
Lombard Odier IM
Senior Analyst, MENA Fixed Income and Global Sukuk
Franklin Templeton Investments
Senior Director – Loan Origination, Corporate Finance
Managing Director, Head of Debt Capital Markets & Issuer Services
First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB)
Head of MENA Debt Capital Markets
The Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East conference is a mecca of banking and treasury professionals. The positivity and energy in the conference was beyond my imagination and it can be witnessed through the excitement and aura of participants at the event. Most of the topics address the upcoming problems and panel discussions provide insight from the industry experts on critical issues faced by the industry.
I don't attend many conferences but I make sure Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East is the one event firmly in my diary year after year. It gives me the chance to interact with the buy side, sell side as well as prospects and peers. For that reason, this is the gold standard for conferences in the region.
This is an event that FAB is proud to be associated with. It is the leading regional conference of its type. Not only is there strong participation from across MENA but increasingly it is a magnet for international borrowers and investors with an interest in MENA markets.