Globalization is moving into a new era. While cross-border digital flows are set to grow exponentially, the world is also becoming more multipolar and the engines of growth more diverse. Geopolitical competition is playing an ever-greater role across industries, affecting trade as well as global cooperation on standards and licenses to operate. How might these forces impact investors and markets? Which sectors are most exposed and what signals should investors watch?
The global demographic shifts underway hold the potential to both rapidly expand the opportunities for investment and returns: From the inclusion of underserved groups across the increasingly young and female purchasing power in emerging markets to more and more women founders and investors. How can investors capitalize on these trends? What challenges and opportunities characterize the careers of women in Finance as well as the track of women entrepreneurs? How can the business sector optimize the chances and capitalize on the potential of women in entrepreneurial or leadership roles?
In this session, "Fintech Revolution," speakers Eric Anziani, H.E. Sameh Al Qubaisi, Chika Uwazie, and Jamie Thomson discuss how blockchain and fintech are shaping the future of finance, including stablecoins, NFTs, and tokenization.
In this session, H.E Helal Al Marri discusses Dubai's D33 strategic vision for the next ten years and highlights the importance of partnerships between private and public sectors and the impact of digital currencies and blockchain.
In this session on Family Wealth Trends, industry leaders from Ropart Asset Management Funds, Tsangs Group, Patrimium Multi-Family Office, Future Positive, and PwC share insights on the evolving role of family offices in global markets.
In this session, the Premier of Bermuda, The Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, emphasizes Bermuda's commitment to a long-lasting friendship with the UAE, highlighting commonalities and opportunities for growth and innovation.