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Seizing Today’s investment opportunities in the Middle East and beyond

By Bloomberg
13 April 2019   |   9:43 am
Bloomberg’s Claudia Maedler sits down with Standard Chartered Bank UAE CEO Rola Abu Manneh, Abu Dhabi Financial Group CEO Jassim Alseddiqi, and Investcorp Co-CEO Rishi Kapoor at the Bloomberg Invest Summit in Abu Dhabi for a conversation on the investment opportunities in the region and all over the world.

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