The 10th Limassol Economic Forum was held on 18 October 2019 where the latest trends and developments in global politics and economies in Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean were discussed.

 

The Forum engages political, economic, business and academic leaders alike in wide-ranging presentations that aspire to become a platform for debate as a means to help improve the current regional economic climate. Attendance of the Limassol Economic Forum is by invitation only and the event normally welcomes 450+ decision makers such as the Board Members, CEOs, CFOs, Managing Directors and other senior management executives from all the major corporations in Cyprus and abroad. The Forum also welcomes politicians, diplomats, other government officials, but also entrepreneurs, academics and other international experts on political and economic issues.

Some of the trends that were discussed were the following:

  1. Major Trends in the global economy that are likely to disrupt the world of business-By Dr. Ira Kalish, Chief Global Economist, Deloitte TOUCHE Tohmatsu Ltd, USA - http://www.goldnews.com.cy/en/people/ira-kalish--global-economy-trends-to-disrupt-the-business-world
  1. Challenges in the professional services industry-By Nicos S. Kyriakides, Partner, Head of Financial Advisory Services, Deloitte Cyprus - http://www.goldnews.com.cy/en/people/nicos-s.-kyriakides--challenges-in-the-professional-services-industry
  1. The key for banks is to identify ways to transform-By Panicos Nikolaou, CEO, Bank of Cyprus - http://www.goldnews.com.cy/en/people/panicos-nicolaou--the-key-for-banks-is-to-identify-ways-to-transform
  1. The significance of technology-By Elias Neocleous, Managing Partner, Elias Neocleous & Co LLC - http://www.goldnews.com.cy/en/people/elias-neocleous--the-significance-of-technology

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