Listed entities among FII7 conference’s global strategic partners

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Riyadh – Mubasher: A group of 23 strategic partners are supporting the programmes and mission of the Future Investment Initiative (FII) conference in its seventh edition that launched in Riyadh on 24 October 2023, according to a press release.

Alongside its founding partner, Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF), as well as the Saudi Ministry of Investment which is the vision partner, listed entities from Saudi Arabia and the region are among the three-day event’s global strategic partners.

The Saudi Exchange- (Tadawul) listed establishments include Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Aramco), Saudi Arabian Company Mining (Ma’aden), and Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC). This is in addition to the lenders Riyad Bank and Saudi National Bank (SNB), as well as Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) and Saudi Telecom Company (stc).

Other listed strategic partners are Emaar Properties besides GFH Financial Group, which is cross-listed on Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX), Boursa Kuwait, and Bahrain Bourse.

The other strategic partners of FII Institute and its programmes are Diriyah, HSBC SAB, King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD), and NEOM.

The list further includes New Murabba, PepsiCo, Red Sea Global, ROSHN, The Royal Commission for Al Ula, and Sanabil Investments. This is in addition to SoftBank Vision Fund, Standard Chartered, State Street, THIQAH, and Vision Invest.

Meanwhile, FII7 partners include the Tadawul-listed Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Services Group and airline company SAUDIA.

FII Institute stated that “the line-up of FII Institute partners for 2023 is stronger than ever before.”

CEO of FII Institute, Richard Attias, said: “Our partners are what make the FII Institute community so impactful. Every year our line-up of partners goes from strength to strength.”

The event will address global challenges, such as economic stability and growth, equitable development, climate change investment, and the environment. This is besides the acceleration of technologies, like artificial intelligence (AI), and their impact on both education and health segments.

Attias added: “This year, we are proud to recognise partners from 42 leading global corporations, universities and institutions. Our partners reflect an unparalleled concentration of great minds and leaders, and alongside this community, the Institute is making strides towards our only agenda: Impact on Humanity.”

The conference will host more than 6,000 delegates of world leaders, ministers, CEOs, investors, founders, and public policy experts.

Moreover, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and Stanford University are among the academic partners which will be contributing to FII Institute’s year-long programmes.

Knowledge partners, meanwhile, will support the event’s insights, thinking, and dedicated panel discussions. They include consultancies, universities, and institutions as represented by Accenture, Bain & Company, BCG, Deloitte, EY, as well as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This is in addition to Gavi, The Global Fund, Kearny, KPMG, McKinsey, Nature, Strategy&, and UNICEF.

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