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The global financial industry is amid a wave of change. From the financial crisis in 2008, changes in technology, demand for sustainable finance, and the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic; all have required a collective response to shape a better future for the industry. 
Financial centres worldwide have been coordinating responses to some of the world’s most pressing challenges and spearheading efforts to strengthen their jurisdictions’ financial markets, business environments, and innovation ecosystems to enable sustainable global growth.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) in partnership with the World Alliance of International Financial Centers (WAIFC) and the Z/Yen Group, are launching The Future of Financial Centres white paper. The paper provides insights on how financial centres are collaborating and cooperating to enable sustainable growth, addressing the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), developing human capital and working together for a shared vision for financial centres in 2030. 
DIFC, WAIFC and the Z/Yen Group exclusively invite you to a webinar launching The Future of Financial Centres white paper.
Webinar Details:
When: 4pm-5pm (GST) on Wednesday 6 July
Where: GoToWebinar (Virtual)
Webinar Agenda:
4pm - 4.05pm:  Introduction of the webinar by Professor Michael Mainelli, Executive Chairman of Z/Yen Group
4:05pm - 4.10pm: Opening remarks by Arif Amiri, CEO of DIFC Authority
4.10pm - 4.15pm: Introduction to the white paper by Jennifer Reynolds, Chair of the WAIFC
4.15pm - 4.35pm: Key findings of the white paper by Mike Wardle, Director at the Z/Yen Group Limited
4.35pm - 5pm: Q&A session
To register, please click on the button below.
To download the white paper, please click on the button below.
Download white paper
We would like to thank:
Yours faithfully,
DIFC Authority
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