On 13 March, London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Bank, in partnership with Al Mawared Brokerage, hold a seminar on Depositary Receipts, in cooperation with The Amman Stock Exchange (ASE).
During the event, experts and senior managers from different entities discussed opportunities for Jordanian public shareholding companies to issue Depositary Receipts and list them on London Stock Exchange.
Clemence Piot, GM of MEIRA, participated in the seminar as a speaker and shared MEIRA's expertise on Investor Relations, and how it would improve the attractiveness of Jordanian listed companies.
8th Middle East Investor Relations Society Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony - September 21, 2016 | The Address Dubai Mall, Dubai
For more information visit our dedicated website: http://conference.me-irsociety.com/
The Middle East Investor Relations Society and the Abu Dhabi Chapter invite you to the Spring Chapter Meeting
Date: Tuesday 31 May 2016
Time: 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm
Venue: Park Hyatt, Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi
This event is free to attend but reserved to our members
The Palestine stock Exchange and the Middle East Investor Relations Society are organising the 2016 Investor Relations Conference in Ramallah on May 8th 2016.
META Projects brings together over 550 government officials, investors, off-takers, developers and financiers to discuss the latest project pipelines and investment opportunities across the Middle East, Turkey and Africa.
Strengthening the bond between issuers, investors and intermediaries for the benefit of all market participants
The Annual Conference and Awards Dinner is the Middle East Investor Relations Society's flagship event. The Conference, held in Dubai, brings together listed and unlisted firms, family offices, investors, analysts, advisors, participants of the buy and sell side communities, and representatives from regional governments, exchanges and regulatory bodies.
The next Kuwait Chapter meeting is scheduled for Monday 20 April 2015 from 10.00 am to 12.00 pm
Venue: Safir Marina Hotel Kuwait-Salmiya
The Middle East IR Society is organising a gnetworking breakfast dedicated to the IROs working for the Real Estate and Construction indistries.
The breakfast will take place in Dubai on Tuesday 31st March.
If you wish to be contacted about the breakfast please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or +971.561364661
The Middle East Investor Relations Society is organising the next Oman Chapter meeting on 25th March 2015 in Muscat.
The lunch will be the occasion to gather Investor Relations professionals from all listed companies in Oman and kick-off the activities of the Oman Chapter in 2015. We will discuss about ideas and projects to support the Investor Relations community in Oman as well as present Middle East IR Society's plan for 2015.
For more details and RSVP please answer to email@example.com
The Middle East IR Society is organising a group lunch dedicated to the IROs working for the Banking and Financial Services industry.
The lunch will take place in Dubai on Monday 9th March.
If you wish to be contacted about the lunch please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
EFG Hermes MENA Conference - 2-4 March 2015, Dubai
The Middle East Investor Relations Society and QSE are organising the next Founding Members of the Qatar Chapter Meeting on 12th February 2015 in Doha. Invitation only.
Good luck to all candidates on the CIRO exam on January 22nd 2015
The fifth ME-IR Society Annual Conference was held with the support of Dubai Financial Markets and Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange in Dubai's DIFC. The event was attended by more than 170 delegats from across the region.
The ME-IR Society's Education Committee and the UK IR Society have, together with IROs based in the region, collaborated to update the CIRO course material to reflect recent updates in the regulatory framework and to highlight the Middle East as an increasingly important centre for global investment.
The ME-IR Society and the Egyptian IR Association (EIRA) have signed an MOU marking the start of increased collaboration efforts between the two organisations in promoting best practice IR in Egypt. The signing of the MOU will allow the ME-IR Society and EIRA to draw from each other’s expertise and experience in supporting listed companies seeking to develop their IR capabilities.
The first IR Graduate Program was launched on 1st June as a joint initiative between DFM, NASDAQ Dubai and the ME-IR Society. Six finance students from three universities in the UAE were selected for the program where they will do a work placement within the IR teams of some of the major listed companies in the country.
The ME-IR Society and the Qatar Exchange partnered once again to host the 4th Annual IR Conference, which took place in Doha under the patronage of H.E. Sheikh Hamad Bin Faisal Bin Thani Al-Thani. The conference, which was attended by Qatari listed entities and capital markets participants, featured panel discussions and presentations on a range of relevant IR topics.
The MOU establishes a working relationship between the Turkish IR Society and the ME-IR Society, allowing listed companies in Turkey and the Middle East to benefit from an expanded network of IR professionals and joint events such as training and IR seminars.
Society Board Members delivered training on IR related topics to representatives from a range of listed Saudi companies such as Savola Group, Yanbu and Rabigh Refining and Petrochemical Co. The training was done in partnership with Tadawul.
The ME-IR Society hosted an IR Breakfast in partnership with SHUAA Capital in Dubai. The event was attended by representatives from Emaar Properties, Dubai Islamic Bank, Arabtec and Taqa among others, and a range of different IR issues were discussed.
The largest IR conference ever to take place in the Middle East, was attended by over 300 IR professionals and capital markets participants from across the region. Winners of the 2012 IR Awards were also announced.
The Qatar Exchange officially joined the Qatar Chapter as a founding member. The ME-IR Society has a strong working relationship with the Qatar Exchange, arranging several events and IR training opportunities each year.
A workshop on the strategy and practice of investor relations for the Kingdom’s listed companies and leading IR professionals took place in Riyadh.
The Society launched its first international chapter outside the region in London. The Chapter in London acts as a platform for interaction between regional corporate members and London based entities focused on the Middle East, and as a conduit for London based institutional investors to learn more about frontier markets in the region.
The Chapter is chaired by the Head of Listed Companies at ADX; Mr. Saif Sayah Al Mansouri and also includes representatives from other companies listed on the ADX including Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Agthia, First Gulf Bank, National Bank of Abu Dhabi and TAQA.
The ME-IR Society, in partnership with Dubai Financial Markets, hosted their second interactive workshop titled, “Achieving Good Investor Relations and Corporate Governance” in Dubai.
The Oman Chapter, which is supported by the Muscat Securities Market, is chaired by Mr Ahmed Al Humaidi, Investor Relations Manager at Nawras, and also includes representatives from Bank Muscat, Omantel, and Renaissance Services.
The ME-IR Society Dubai Chapter Board consists of listed companies from Dubai Financial Market and NASDAQ Dubai including Arabtec, Depa, Dubai Islamic Bank, DP World, Du, Emaar, Emirates NBD, SHUAA Capital and DFM (PJSC). In addition to these companies, representatives from Thomson Reuters and Bank of New York Mellon are also on the Board.
The 3rd annual “IR Interactive Workshop” was organised and held in partnership between the ME-IR Society and the Qatar Chapter founding companies. The event was attended by senior members of management from over 50 listed and private companies from Qatar, Dubai, Oman, Kuwait and Egypt.
The supervisory Board, consisting of representatives from Zain, NBK and KIPCO, and on behalf of the IR Society; Rothschild and Bank of New York Mellon, aims to improve the quality of investor relations practices and related educational resources in Kuwait.
The Palestinian Chapter, which was initiated in partnership with the Palestine Exchange, works actively to improve IR in Palestine. The Board consists of representatives from The Palestine Exchange, PADICO, PALTEL, Bank of Palestine, Jerusalem Pharmaceuticals, and Bank of New York Mellon.
The Qatar Chapter was the first country Chapter to be launched. The founding members consisted of Amwal, BNY Mellon, al khaliji, Qtel, Thomson Reuters, Vodafone Qatar and CBQ.