Third International Conference and Exhibition for Banking, Insurance, and Investment opened in Tripoli yesterday with the participation of more than 50 banks and companies – including from Tunisia.
The opening ceremony at Tripoli International Fairgrounds took place in the presence of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy and Trade, Suhail Shiha, and Mohamed Raied, President of the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, several officials in public bodies, heads of banks and insurance companies, and those interested in the banking, insurance and investment sectors.
Speaking at the event exclusively to Libya Herald, Mohamed Raeid, President of the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, confirmed that such activities open the doors of cooperation between banks, whether public or private, insurance companies, financial and banking technology companies (FINTECH), and those wishing to invest.
He pointed out the importance of this event in advancing the Libyan economy and revitalizing it by opening investment horizons in various fields and revealing the possibilities available in Libya for investors who are looking for safe investment havens based on a strong banking sector with advanced services, a strong insurance sector and a good investment climate protected by legislation.
For his part, Ussayem Muntasser, Business Director at Dalilak Financial and Administrative Services, said that by the nature of work in the field of financial and administrative consulting, we had the idea that attending exhibitions and participating in them is the best way to strengthen the network of relationships in our business, especially since our professional field requires us not to receive any promotional advertising.
He pointed out that the idea of participating in the event came based on the fact that this exhibition is concerned with banks and insurance companies, especially and that the vision of Dalilak Company is to provide non-traditional financial services that are not limited to financial auditing only.
He added that the aim of the participation is to renew communication with employers present in the Libyan market, to know their aspirations and needs, to provide high quality services, and to focus on providing services with local and international expertise.