Cybersecurity and Fintech expected to be key factor in Saudi Vision 2030 goal
The upcoming Euromoney Saudi Arabia Conference 2017 will feature experts in the field of cybersecurity and Fintech.
Ahead of the Euromoney Saudi Arabia Conference 2017, which is set to place from the 2 - 3 May in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, industry experts have shared that IT security and financial technology will a vital role in achieving the Saudi Vision 2030.
The upcoming conference, held in partnership with the Ministry of Finance in Saudi Arabia, will feature a special session exploring the latest advances in FinTech and Cybersecurity, as well as the rise of the digital financial ecosystem.
A number of high-profile VIPs will be present at this year's conference. These include H.E. Mohammed Al-Jadaan, Minister of Finance, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, who will officially open the conference and exhibition, and H.E. Majed bin Abdullah Al-Hogail, Minister of Housing, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Also expected to be in attendance will be ; H.E. Dr Ahmed Abdulkarim Alkholifey, Governor, Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency; H.E. Mr. Mohamed El-Kuwaiz, Vice Chairman, Capital Market Authority; and Khalid Abdullah Al Hussan, CEO, Tadawul.
Victoria Behn, Euromoney Conference's head of Middle East and Africa, said: "This year's conference has a varied and diverse range of speakers and topics so that attendees can focus on the issues that matter most to their work in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
"Along with an expert panel on cybersecurity, we will also host sessions on debt capital markets, equity capital markets, real estate and SMEs, so that we can provide a fully comprehensive picture of the different elements required to achieve the Saudi Vision 2030."