ECRA brings experts to discuss economic developments

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CAIRO: The Egyptian Association of Credit and Risk (ECRA) will bring together local and international experts on May 10 to discuss the political and economic developments in Egypt.

Ahmed Shaheen, vice chairman of ECRA, said the forum will serve as an “intellectual revolution on the land of Egypt, to discuss and extrapolation of political and economic developments…and discuss proposals to improve the credit rating of Egypt and the political and economic outlook in the coming period.”

Hani Sarie El Din, former chairman of Capital Market Authority, and Amr Hassanein, chief executive of Meris Credit Rating, as well as Karim Helal, Group CEO of CI Capital Holding, will participate.

A group of international experts will join the conference including John Sullivan, executive director of the Center for International Private Enterprise of democratic governance, as well as representatives of some international banks in addition to the delegation of Fitch ratings agency, under the chairmanship of Richard Fox, head of Middle East and Africa sovereigns.


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