The Annual Summit of Capital Markets 2019 will kick start on Tuesday, titled “Funding instruments and opportunities to accelerate growth and stimulate capital markets”, to tackle future fixed-income instruments, Sukuk, long-term government bonds, and green bond.
The Financing Instruments’ Issuers and Investors Association (FIA) is set to organise the Annual Summit of Capital Markets 2019, in cooperation with Consortium Consulting, at the Nile Ritz Carlton on 9 April.
The annual summit is to be attended by decision-makers, heads and representatives of investment banks in Egypt and the Arab region, heads of banks, financial companies, and major companies in various economic activities, as well as financial institutions, and investors.
The conference will discuss the future of an active secondary market for finance and fixed-income instruments to ensure the continued flow of investments to issuers of such instruments, through financial markets, and not limiting them to financing from banks, which deepens the market and creates competition in the supply of money between banks and financial markets.
Additionally, the conference will tackle the vision of investment banks regarding the issuance of debt instruments of various types and their contribution toward supporting the financial structures of companies, and accelerating the pace of economic activity, and the opportunities of activating trade, and the terms of issuance which have solid liquidity in the secondary market.
The conference includes a number of workshops on mechanisms and procedures for the issuance of long-term government bonds and green bonds, as well as the mechanisms of issuing commercial papers and sukuks, in addition to the most important tools necessary to provide liquidity for economic activities and retail funding.
Furthermore, the conference is organized by the FIA, and aims to raise awareness of financial tools and solutions for financial managers in order to provide their funding needs through a combination of tools which suit the companies and the conditions of the markets in which they work, in cooperation with Consortium Consulting.