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07 December 2016Dubai - The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association (GBSA) in partnership with Kuwait Financial Center - Markaz held a debt capital market conference in Kuwait. The conference gathered senior government officials with over 100 thought leaders from the corporate, financial, legal, diplomatic and regulatory communities.The conference featured a discussion with former Lebanese Minister of FinPress Release - 07-Dec-2016
09 February 2016 Dubai - The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association (GBSA) in partnership with Dentons and Standard Chartered Bank has held its inaugural debt capital market conference in Oman. The conference, which gathered senior government officials with over 100 leaders from the corporate, financial, legal and regulatory communities, coincided with an intensification of sukuk and bond issuance activiPress Release - 09-Feb-2016
Dubai, January 25, 2016 - The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association (GBSA), the trade association representing the Arabian Gulf fixed income market, has released a set of recommended best practices for the issuance of government funding instruments in the Gulf.The President of the GBSA, Michael Grifferty, said: "Local currency markets will form an increasingly important part of the funding mix in 2016,Press Release - 25-Jan-2016
Only a small minority of mid-sized companies have taken advantage of bond/sukuk markets to extend their liability profiles and diversify their investor base, according to president of the GBSA, Michael Grifferty.Press Release - 13-Apr-2015
Dubai, April 2, 2015 - The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association (GBSA), the trade association representing the Arabian Gulf fixed income market, held a roundtable meeting in Dubai on Monday with a delegation from the US Treasury led by Acting Assistant Secretary for Financial Markets Dr. Seth Carpenter.The meeting, part of GBSA's "Breakfast Exchange" series, focused on developments in the region's econPress Release - 02-Apr-2015
Changes in the global political climate have resulted in increasing uncertainty in trading markets and economies around the world. For investors, this could be either a great time to invest in assets or a better time to protect their net worth.
The UAE is embracing technology innovation with a vengeance and has seen digital payment systems become a key area of focus.