0303 GMT January 17, 2019
According to euromoneyconferences.com, Euromoney will once again bring together Iranian bankers and industrial leaders with their international counterparts to discuss and debate the key issues around Iran’s reintegration into the global economy.
The website said that two years after Implementation Day [January 16]— the day when the International Atomic Energy Agency said that Iran has curbed its nuclear program enough to begin receiving relief on sanctions—, the conference will highlight successes in the banking sector so far, the international correspondent banking relationships achieved and the cross border trade finance which is on-going.
The conference will also showcase the vast investment opportunities which Iran offers in capital markets, oil and gas, aviation, automotive, tourism and insurance.
Iranian Deputy Economy Minister Mohammad Khazaei started his visit to France to participate in the conference, Tasnim News Agency reported.
Heading a high-ranking delegation comprising experts from the CBI and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, Khazaei on Wednesday left Tehran for Paris to attend the second Euromoney conference focusing on Iran.
He also plans to hold talks with senior French officials about closer economic ties and banking cooperation between Iran and the European country.
CBI Governor Valiollah Seif, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi, Head of High Council on Insurance Abdel Nasser Hemmati, presidential economic advisor Masoud Nili and Head of board of directors of Saman Bank Vali Zarrabieh are to deliver speeches during the one-day event.