Abu Dhabi Financial Technology Summit discusses innovation and challenges of the digital economy
Al – Atenin 17 September 2018 17:10:29 PM – Readers 43
Under the patronage of Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, vice president of the executive board of Abu Dhabi, this morning the second edition of the Financial Technology Summit in Abu Dhabi, organized by the Abu Dhabi international market, takes place in the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Hotel in Abu Dhabi on 16 and 17 September. Speakers, experts and officials in the financial sector, locally and globally.
The official opening was attended by HE Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh, Minister of State and Chairman of the Board of the Abu Dhabi Global Market, and Riyadh Abdulrahman Al Mubarak, Chairman of the Ministry of Finance, Member of the Board Saif Mohammed Al Hajri , head of economic development, member of the board of directors Rashid bin Lahej Al Mansouri, general director of the Abu Dhabi customs office, Saif Saeed Ghobash, secretary of the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi and a number of executives and financial managers of the emirate Abu Dhabi. Where they met a number of companies operating under the umbrella of the Market Regulatory Lab, such as Naw Money and PayPill from the UAE and Securrence from the United States, they met the Enterprise Lab initiative and the most innovative financial technology solutions. And their contribution to the growth and development of financial services in Abu Dhabi and the UAE.
The event, with the first day for emerging financial technology companies, was attended by almost 1,000 participants from two days of Abu Dhabi government leaders, financial technology experts from inside and outside the country, key players in the financial sector, investors and regional and global regulators. The Summit is an integrated platform for sharing knowledge, building relationships, sharing experiences and insights on regional and global developments and applications, discussing innovation in financial technology and topics that are the future of the map of the digital economy determine.
Ahmed Al Sayegh, the UAE Foreign Secretary and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Global Market Board, unveiled the launch of the Digital Environment initiative, which enables participants to test innovative solutions and products for financial technology. He stressed the close cooperation between the two Hungarian and Hungarian monetary institutions to develop a trading block based trading block based on the Block Qin and looked forward to working with Abu Dhabi Port, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Ports, to be part of to make market initiatives in support of trade finance operations.