The 2nd Edition of the Financial Sector Conference (FSC 2023) will explore the extent to which financial institutions are resilient and coping with the new financial landscape, characterised by rapid technology development.
Organised by the Financial Sector Development Programme partners (Ministry of Finance, Saudi Central Bank, and Capital Market Authority) the event will be held from March 15 to 16, 2023 at the King Abdulaziz International Conference Centre in Riyadh.
It will be attended by decision-makers in the financial sector and senior executives in local, regional, and international financial institutions, as well as international investors, entrepreneurs, and prominent academics, a release said.
FSC 2023 will build on the objectives of the first edition in 2019, which sought integration between the financial sector ecosystem with its various means and tools, contributing to continuous growth within a framework of robust and solid fiscal stability, while employing innovative tools in the development and management of services.
The FSC 2023 agenda includes a discussion of the key topics regarding the aspirations and concerns of the financial community. Participants will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the global economy, supply chain constraints, a changing world order, the protracted pandemic, and other factors causing slow growth in many regions worldwide that affect the financial sector and its ecosystem.
Participants will discuss investing for tomorrow, which requires reviews of risk management strategies and product offerings, green investment/financing, new assets, new technology, and changing investor expectations. Participants will also address increasing interest rates, market fluctuations, and other new challenges and opportunities that aim to achieve safe investments for tomorrow.
The conference will conclude with extensive discussions about the future of the financial sector in light of digitisation.
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