The UAE Singapore Business Council (UAESBC) has great pleasure in inviting you to an online presentation by the Chief Economist of Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Dr Monica Malik who will be connecting "live" from Abu Dhabi on 2nd September 2021 at 2.30pm Singapore Time (11am UAE Time).
Dr Malik is a well-respected economist who has more than 20 years of experience specializing in the Middle East. In her presentation, Dr Malik will share the economic outlook of the countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council who are not just key players in global energy markets, but also play significant roles in international trade and global investments. The details of the event and speaker are provided below.
In the spirit of cordiality prevalent in the UAESBC quarterly talk series, during the Q&A, attendees of the event will be able to speak directly to the speaker to ask their questions. Register now to secure your seat!
Title: Economic Outlook and Overview of the GCC in the Post COVID19 Era
Speaker: Dr Monica Malik, Chief Economist, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank
Date: Thursday, 2nd September 2021
Time: 3.00pm, Singapore Time (11.00am UAE Time)
Registration: CLICK HERE to access Registration Form
About the Speaker
Dr Monica Malik has over 20 years of experience as an Economist specializing in the MENA region. Monica currently holds the position of Chief Economist at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, where she established the Economic research team. Previously, Monica was the Chief Economist at EFG Hermes and was the lead person in the Economics team. Before EFG Hermes, she was the Senior Economist for the MENA region at Standard Chartered, Dubai and at Dun & Bradstreet, London. Monica has authored a number of academic books and articles on Economic Development in the GCC. She has presented at a number of high profile conferences and participated in policy round table discussions, as well as appearing regularly in the international media. Monica holds a Ph.D. in Economic Development in the Middle East focusing on Private Sector Development in Saudi Arabia from the University of Durham.