Former Prime Minister of United Kingdom chairs international investment roundtable discussion in Doha
- Qatar: Sunday, November 11 - 2012 at 16:36
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Sir John Major, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom chaired a roundtable discussion attended by leading Qatari businessmen and investment advisors. The International Investment roundtable was held at the St. Regis Hotel in Doha, Qatar on November 7.
The roundtable was organized in conjunction with the Aecom's quarterly Global Advisory Board meeting held in Doha, Qatar this week. The event provided a discreet setting in which senior decision makers from the Qatari banking and business community could share ideas, concerns and market intelligence related to the global economy and investment opportunities in specific markets in Asia, Western Europe, the CIS, India and the USA.
John M. Dionisio, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aecom, said, "We were honored and delighted to have facilitated this prestigious roundtable discussion with such distinguished presenters and guests. We enjoyed sharing the insights of our Board Members with the Qatar business community. Aecom has a proud 30 year history in Qatar and it was satisfying to hold our quarterly Global Board meeting here in Doha. The discussions at this event were very lively, thought provoking and relevant to the highly sophisticated investment and banking community in Qatar."
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