May 24, 2021

Restructure with Foresight: Middle East

Webinar in Partnership with Debtwire

DATE: Tuesday 25 May, 2021

TIME: 14:00 GST | 11:00 BST

The Central Bank of the UAE pre-empted another crisis last year by providing an USD 27bn stimulus package to soften the impact on banks from a sustained period of oil price volatility and the COVID-19 pandemic. Asset quality deterioration and the decline of some regional economies is expected to increase bad assets at UAE banks. 

On 25 May, in partnership with Debtwire, we hosted a live webinar for the Emerging Markets Restructuring Series, covering the Middle East markets.

The live webinar focused on: 

  • The health of the banking sector across the Middle East
  • Potential restructuring targets as stimulus plans by Government begin to end
  • Restructuring remotely and the role of technology, including lessons learned for distressed M&A deals and dealmakers
  • The changing NPL landscape and how technology can improve your position

Register today to view the on-demand replay.

PANELISTS

Dipanjan Ray

Head of Research & Portfolio Manager Emirates NBD Asset Management

Bio
John Komninakidis

Vice President, Sales-Middle East, Turkey, Greece Datasite

Bio
Pietro Castronovo

Managing Director Alvarez & Marsal

Bio
Tolu Alamutu

Credit Research analyst Gramercy

Bio

The above link will take you to the registration page hosted by Debtwire.

Contacts

EMEA Events
Nav Dhillon

Events Marketing Manager

+44 (0) 7815 761302

nav.dhillon@datasite.com

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