Women Enriching Business, Breakfast Seminar
Monday, 31 January 2011
8:15am - 10:00am
Latham & Watkins, Conference Centre, DIFC Building 1, Level 3, Dubai, UAE
Latham & Watkins is co-hosting a women’s breakfast seminar with 85 Broads on Monday, 31 January in the DIFC. A group of distinguished panelists will discuss the 2011 outlook for Middle East M&A and private equity.
- Tara Armes, Managing Director, Najd Investments Ltd.
- Lucia Dore – Financial Journalist, Head of GCC and Middle East, mergermarket Middle East
- Nancy Fahim, Economist – Research MENA, Standard Chartered Bank
- Will Seivewright – Associate, Latham & Watkins LLP
- Rana Shashaa – Corporate Finance Advisory, Middle East, Deloitte Corporate Finance Ltd
- Nesreen Srouji, Director, Private Equity, Standard Chartered Bank
- Frances Coats – Associate, Latham & Watkins LLP
- The build up?: The Middle East M&A and Private Equity landscapes in 2010
- Here comes the science: The macroeconomic environment in 2011
- Sector and deal size trends
- The buyer/seller balance
- Inward or outbound investment? And how far afield?
- PE fund raising and deployment of funds
- PE exit opportunities
Women Enriching Business (WEB), is a two-pronged initiative designed to promote opportunities unique to women lawyers and to existing and prospective women clients by creating broader networks, productive business relationships and by attracting and investing in the long-term success of women.
About 85 Broads
85 Broads is a global network of 25,000 trailblazing women who are inspired, empowered, and connected. The founding members of 85 Broads were women who worked for Goldman Sachs at 85 Broad Street, the investment banking firm’s former NYC headquarters. Over the past decade, 85 Broads has expanded its membership and its members and now has representatives in more than 90 countries around the world hosting conferences on global topics of interest such as wealth management seminars, industry panels and career and networking workshops.
For further information and to register, please contact Kathryn Tschumper on +971.4.704.6357.