March 2018 - Cairo , Egypt
Pharos Holding for Financial Investments holds the two-day “In Search for Egypt Alpha” Investor Conference on 2nd and 3rd of April 2018, in Cairo. The conference aims to build on and maintain the results of the outstanding performance of the Egyptian Exchange throughout 2017 into 2018, through providing a platform for hosting discussions and an exchange of experiences between fund managers that are in search for new investment stories and a wide selection of the listed companies that could, with some support, generate alpha and maximize portfolio returns.
“After a superb 2017 for the performance of the Egyptian Exchange, Pharos Holding strives for a strong performance 2018 through its current endeavor to provide a platform for dialogue to help explore the long-term prospects for investment opportunities, as part of our strategy to support the Egyptian economy”, said Mr. Elwy Taymour, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Pharos Holding.
“In Search for Egypt Alpha Conference aims to support the companies whose stories are not generally visible or known to the market, through promoting a forum to explore investment opportunities and to look to develop future means for cooperation to help drive Egypt’s growth, development and investment”, said Mr. Angus Blair, Chief Operating Officer of Pharos Holding.
The conference will include, on the opening day, two panel discussion sessions: the first on the strategy of chemical and petrochemical industries to increase efficiency and profitability; the second panel is on oil refining and downstream industries in light of Egypt turning into a global energy hub.
On the second day, bilateral meetings and discussions between fund and asset managers and corporate representatives to explore new investment opportunities and future possible cooperation, are to be held.
The Conference is to be attended by several senior government officials and experts and is expected to host around 40 companies from different sectors, namely Consumer Goods and Services, Telecommunications, Pharmaceuticals, Tourism, Chemicals and Petrochemicals, Shipping and Logistics, Building Materials, Banks, Investment Banks & Financial Institutions.
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