The Muscat Securities Market is proud to be the Host of the 2018 World Exchange Congress. The event is unofficially the biggest annual meeting for CEOs and senior executives of the world’s trading venues. Each year, at a different location around the world we are joined by around 300 C-level and executive representatives from Stock, FX, Futures, Commodity and Energy Exchanges as well as Clearing Houses, Investment Banks and Regulators. For the last 12 years, the event has visited London, Madrid, Monaco, Istanbul, Barcelona, Doha, Dubai and most recently Budapest in 2017. For 2018, the event will be coming to Muscat, Oman.
The World Exchange Congress is unique in its ability to attract C-level representation from all different sizes of exchanges around the world, from tier one to frontier. In 2018 and in response to demand, participation will be expanding to include representatives at exchanges responsible for Technology, Cyber Security, Innovation and Risk. Our 90-strong speaker faculty will be discussing all aspects of the challenges facing the exchange community today, from global political developments to integrating new technologies such as blockchain and the world of RegTech.
The event is also a fantastic social occasion and over the course of 3 days, attendees will enjoy dinner and drinks receptions, cultural activities and opportunities to explore the beautiful city of Muscat. On behalf of the Muscat Securities Market and Terrapinn, we would be honoured if you were to join us at this years’ event.
Why not bring your colleagues along too? Register today and benefit from the 15% partner discount. Simply use the voucher code KXXT when you register online here https://goo.gl/3B8cca
Feb 27 2018 – Feb 28 2018
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