Advanced Financial Statement Analysis
IIR Middle East
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Event Session 2
|Event Dates:||15 Jul 2012 - 18 Jul 2012|
|Schedule:||Registration will commence at 07:30 on Day One. The course will start each day at 08:00 and finish at 14:30. There will be breaks for refreshments and lunch will be served at the end of each day’s sessions.|
|Venue:||Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, UAE
Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha
United Arab Emirates
Professor of Corporate Finance & Derivatives
New York University, USA
Nabil Zaki has been in the investment and banking industry for more than 30 years. During that period, he assumed senior positions in both corporate finance and treasury with major Wall Street firms and international financial institutions in New York, Canada and the Middle East.
He has held high profile management positions with Chase Manhattan Bank, Merrill Lynch, Prudential Securities and Tradition. Currently, Nabil is an adjunct Professor of Corporate Finance and Derivatives at New York University. He taught at New York Institute of Finance (currently known as FT Knowledge) from 1995 until 2004. He lectures extensively on portfolio management, risk management, derivatives, and international capital markets for major Wall Street firms and financial institutions. Also, Nabil is consulting a number of banks and financial institutions in the U.S.A, Asia, and Japan in the areas of asset/liability management, credit derivatives and restructuring as well as risk management.
Currently, he is the Group Adviser for the Board of Directors of a major Asian bank; EON Bank and an Independent Board Professional Director at the Board of Directors of Signature Asset Management Company Limited - a Cayman Island incorporated company. Nabil taught previously at the American University in Cairo, George Brown College, and University of Toronto. He is a regular commentator on CNN, CNBC and Al-Jazeera. He holds a Masters degree in Economics and Finance from Syracuse University, New York (1981).