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Iran’s Kish Island Hosting Int’l Banking, Insurance Expo

The 6th International Exhibition of Exchange, Banking, Insurance and Privatization (Kish Invex 2019) opened in the Southern Iranian Persian Gulf Island of Kish.

260 Iranian firms as well as over economic and diplomatic delegations from 15 countries are taking part in the event.

The exhibition focuses on attracting domestic and foreign investments and exploring avenues to reach economic prosperity under the current international circumstances.

More than 300 trade meetings between participants, presentation of over 20 lectures from various countries in specialized panels and high-level meetings are among other programs of the exhibition.

Kish Invex seeks to introduce capabilities of Iranian and foreign financial institutions; to present Iran’s achievements in capital and insurance markets; to introduce modern banking and insurance services; and to enhance the competition capacities of monetary and capital markets of regional countries.

News No: 7493
Date: 2019/11/19 - 19:11
News Source: Fars News

Kish Island  Bank  Insurance Expo  Persian Gulf  Exchange 


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