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25th - 27th March 2007

 Al Sharq Village & Spa
           D o h a , Q a ta r



Hosted by
                                                                                                                                             Issued by the Qatar Financial Centre Authority
www.qfc.com.qa




The careful investment of
By capitalising on its wealth of proven gas reserves, Qatar is building a dynamic and sustainable economy. These reserves underpin an




$130bn creates substantial
investment in public works and infrastructure that, by 2009, will total US$130 billion. The Qatar Financial Centre is at the heart of this




opportunities for
development program. For opportunities in insurance, the QFC provides access, facilities and an




insurance in Qatar
independent regulatory authority operating to internationally recognised standards. For more information contact: f.alzayani@qfc.com.qa
     A h l a n Wa s a h l a n !
Welcome to Doha and to MultaQa Qatar.              We are delighted to be the first major event
                                                   to be staged at Qatar’s newest hotel, Sharq
This is our largest and most important business    Village & Spa. You will I am sure appreciate
promotion event since opening for business         the symbolism of holding the event here.
on 1 May 2005. It represents the extent of         This hotel represents what Qatar is rapidly
our determination to grow and develop the          becoming – world class, but keeping in touch
insurance and reinsurance sector in Qatar, and     with its culture and heritage.
in the Middle East more generally.
                                                   We have tried to strike a balance between the
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) is a unique       various sessions of the programme for MultaQa
entity. It was created by the QFC Law, Qatar       Qatar. The aim is to allow our visitors to get a
Law No. 7 of 2005, which allows a very broad       feel for Qatar, to understand what is happening
range of financial activities. It permits us to    here, and to see for themselves how the
support and nurture businesses in a way that       country and its economy is being managed for
other financial centres in the region cannot.      the benefit of its people, as well as its partners.
It makes clear that the QFC is a fundamental       We hope you will take away both a positive
pillar in the economic strategy and future         view of the country, and a sense of excitement
development of Qatar.                              of the business opportunities here.

This conference will bring together senior         I would like express my gratitude to our
representatives of the world’s insurance           speakers, and to offer my particular thanks to
industry, and of Qatar’s leading institutions.     our sponsors.
It will examine the ways in which, through the
QFC, the rapidly growing insurance needs of
the local institutions and their future projects   Stuart Pearce
can be met, and it will allow companies to         Chief Executive Officer and Director General
network and to establish new relationships.        Qatar Financial Centre Authority
Programme
Su n day 25th March 2007
Welcome Reception

You are invited to join our informal Welcome Reception on Sunday 25th March from 7pm which will take
place on the Al Wanis Shisha Terrace of the Sharq Village and Spa.
Please feel free to come along at any time between 7pm and 9pm to meet your hosts!


M ond ay 26th March 20 07
08.30 am Registration and coffee                   10:45 am - 11.15 am - Morning coffee

08.55 am - 09.00 am Chairman’s                     11.15 am - 11.35 am Ehab Amin,
opening remarks                                    Regional Manager, Qatar Airways
Helen Yates, Editor, Global Reinsurance
                                                   11.35 am - 11.55 am Global Aviation –
09.00 am - 09.15 am Welcome speech                 A Middle East Perspective.
HE Yousef Hussain Kamal, Minister of Finance,      Chris Clark, Deputy Chairman, Global Aviation,
State of Qatar                                     Middle East – Aerospace Willis

09.15 am - 09.30 am Welcome from QFCA              11:55 am - 12:15 pm The Qatar Foundation and
Stuart Pearce, Chief Executive Officer,            Education City
Qatar Financial Centre Authority                   Robert Baxter, Advisor, Qatar Foundation

09.30 am - 09.45 am The Legal Framework            12.15 pm - 12:35 pm The future of Captives in
Michael Webb, Managing Director, Financial         the Middle East
Sector Development and Policy,                     Youssef Al Kareh, General Manager, Ensurion
QFC Regulatory Authority
                                                   12:35pm - 1:35pm Lunch
Qatar Major Projects & Case Studies
                                                   1:45pm – 5:00pm ACTIVITIES
09.45 am - 10.05 am Risk and Insurance in
the Pearl GTL – A World Scale Project              Delegates will choose from:
Esa Ikaheimonen, Country Finance Director,
Shell Qatar                                        • Playing golf on Doha’s championship golf course

10.05 am - 10.25 am RasGas – A World Class         • Dhow cruise
LNG Company
Dr Mohammad S Al Sada, Managing Director,          • Networking and/or meeting with QFCA
RasGas                                               at Sharq Village

10.25 am - 10.45 am QAPCO, Pioneers in
Credit Insurance
Abdulla Saif Al Messallam, Finance Manager,
QAPCO
Tuesday 27th Marc h 2007
08.30 am Re-registration and coffee                10:45 am - 12:00 pm
                                                   International panel discussion
8.55 am – 9.00am Chairman’s opening remarks        Chair: Ian Sangster, Deputy Chief Executive
Suzanne Hirst, Publishing Director,                Officer, International Operations, QIC
Global Reinsurance

9.00 am – 9:20 am An overview of Total’s role      • David Anthony, Director, Standard & Poor’s
in Qatar
Arnaud Chaperon, Group Representative, TOTAL       • Bruce Garrett, MD, Marine and Energy Division,
E & P Qatar                                          Marsh

9.20 am – 9:40 am                                  • John Tan, CEO, Asia Capital Re
Role of Nakilat (Qatar Gas Transport Company) in
the development of the Gas Industry                • Stephen Wagstaff, Area Manager, AXA Gulf
Muhammed Al Ghannam, Managing Director,
Nakilat                                            12.00 am - 12.15 pm Q & A

09:40 am – 10:00 am An overview of                 12.15 pm – 12.25 pm Closing remarks
Energy City                                        Stuart Pearce, Chief Executive Officer,
Hesham Al Emadi, Chief Executive Officer,          Qatar Financial Centre Authority
Energy City
                                                   12.25 pm – 1.25 pm LUNCH
10:00 am – 10:20 am Opportunities &
challenges in the GCC – Global Reinsurance         1.30 pm ACTIVITIES
research findings
Peter Joy, Head of Research,                       Delegates will choose from:
Newsquest Specialist Media
                                                   • Playing golf on Doha’s championship golf course
10:20ww am – 10.45 am – Morning coffee
                                                   • Cultural tour – A tour around the city, visit to
                                                     the Old Souq, dhow manufacturers and
                                                     falconry market

                                                   • Networking and/or meeting with QFCA at
                                                     Sharq Village
Speakers
H E Yo u se f Hu ssa in K a m a l,                 Stu a rt Pearce,
M i ni ste r o f Fin an ce of the State            C h i e f Executive Officer and
of Q a ta r                                        Di rector General, Qatar
                                                   F i nanci al Center Authority
                HE Yousef Kamal has been                             Stuart Pearce has been Chief
                Minister of Finance of the State                     Executive Officer and Director
                of Qatar since January 2002.                         General of the Qatar Financial
                He became Acting Minister                            Centre Authority since August
                of Economy and Commerce,                             2005. Previously he had a
                and Chairman of the Qatar                            long and successful career
                Financial Centre Authority, in                       in international banking and
                March 2006. He was Minister                          financial services with HSBC
                of Finance, Economy and                              in the Middle East, North
Commerce from January 1998 until the Ministry of   America, Asia and Europe.
Economy and Commerce was established
in 2002.                                           In 1992 he was appointed CEO of HSBC Private
                                                   Banking Europe and Middle East, and in 1997
HE Yousef Kamal is Chairman of the Doha            he was appointed Chief Executive and Country
Securities Market, Chairman of Ras Laffan          Manager of HSBC Japan. In 2001 Stuart Pearce
Liquefied Natural Gas, Deputy Chairman             was appointed HSBC’s Head of Corporate
of Qatar Petroleum, a Director of Qatar            Banking in the UK, and in 2002 he took up the
Telecommunications, and a Director of Qatar        new appointment of CEO of HSBC Investment
Central Bank.                                      Management, which he held until his retirement
                                                   from HSBC in May 2005.
He also heads several local, regional and Arab
committees and was Under-Secretary at the
Ministry of Finance, Economy and Commerce
from 1993-98, and Director of Financial Affairs
in the Ministry of Finance and Petroleum from
1988-93.
M ic h a e l We b b,                                   E sa Ikah ei mon en
M a na g ing D irector, Financial                      Vi ce President Finance and
Se ctor Develo pm en t and Policy                      Planni ng, Shell Qatar
Q FC Regul ato ry Authority
                      Mr. Webb is a graduate in                           Esa Ikaheimonen joined Shell
                      law of Victoria University                          in 1990 after completing his
                      of Wellington. Prior to the                         Law degree from University
                      QFCRA, Mr. Webb was                                 of Turku in Finland and after
                      a leading New Zealand                               a short-lived career in legal
                      commercial barrister                                practice. He held a couple
                      specializing in securities,                         of positions in Shell Finland
                      banking, corporate, insolvency                      and Shell Scandinavia before
                      and public regulatory law,                          moving to Shell UK Exploration
acting in advisory, contentious business, and          and Production in Aberdeen 1995 where he held
transactional matters. He has been closely             a position as Head of Planning and Analysis.
involved in financial markets, corporate and
insolvency law development and reform. He has          From Scotland he was posted back to Finland,
also acted in lead legal roles in regulatory regimes   where he worked first as the country Finance
for the electricity and telecommunications sectors.    Manager and thereafter as Scandinavian Finance
                                                       Manager between 1998 and 2001. Esa then
From 1992 to 2003 he was a member, and                 moved to Shell Europe Oil Products in London
variously acting Chairman of the New Zealand           and worked in Strategy and Portfolio until June
Securities Commission. Other appointments              2004 as Portfolio Director responsible for Strategy
have included being a director of significant New      and Portfolio in Central, Eastern and Southern
Zealand and Australian companies and, recently,        Europe. During that period Shell made numerous
Chair of the Ministerial Task Force on Financial       portfolio deals across Europe and significantly
Intermediaries in New Zealand.                         restructured its downstream businesses.

                                                       Esa still recalls deal making in countries like Italy,
                                                       Turkey and Poland as one of the highlights in his
                                                       career so far. In June 2004, Esa joined Shell Gas
                                                       and Power as Finance and Commercial Director
                                                       for the Pearl GTL Project. Following the successful
                                                       conclusion of the Development and Production
                                                       Sharing Agreement (DPSA) negotiations, Esa
                                                       moved to Doha to the newly formed Qatar Shell
                                                       GTL Ltd, which is tasked with the execution and
                                                       operation of the Pearl GTL project. In addition, he
                                                       is Country Finance Director for Shell in Qatar.
S p e a k e r s (cont)
D r M o h a mm a d S. A l Sa d a ,                   Rob e rt Baxter,
M a na gin g Di recto r,                             A dvi sor,
Ra s Ga s                                            Qatar Foundation
                   Dr Mohammad S. Al Sada                                Robert Baxter joined Qatar
                   joined RasGas Company                                 Foundation for Education,
                   Limited as Managing Director                          Science and Community
                   on 1st August 2006.                                   Development in May 2004
                                                                         as Director of Pubic Relations
                    Prior to joining RasGas, he                          and Marketing, and became
                    held the position of Director                        Communications Advisor
                    Technical at Qatar Petroleum                         to the Board of Directors in
                    where he directed major oil                          February 2006.
and gas related infrastructure projects. With over
23 years of service at Qatar Petroleum, Dr Al        Before joining Qatar Foundation he was Deputy
Sada has a wealth of experience in the energy        Director of Communications and Head of Press
industry.                                            and Public Relations at Queen’s University Belfast.
                                                     This followed a long career as a journalist and
He has a PhD from the University of Manchester       manager at BBC World Service from 1980
Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST)          until March 2001. In his last position with the
and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine       organisation he led the BBC’s Russian media
Science and Geology from Qatar University. Dr Al     monitoring team.
Sada is also the Vice Chairman of the Board of
Qatar Chemicals Company (Q-Chem) and Qatar           He has a BA in Modern Languages from the
Steel Company (QASCO).                               University of Bristol, an MBA from Henley
                                                     Management College and a professional
                                                     qualification in interpreting and translation.
                                                     Qatar Foundation was established in 1995 as
C hris C la r k ,                                    a vehicle for educational and social reform. Its
Deputy Chairman, Global                              flagship project is Education City, a 1,000-ha
Aviation, Middle East – Aerospace                    campus on the outskirts of Doha that hosts a
Willis                                               range of institutions linked by a commitment to
                                                     excellence in education. These include branch
Chris has been in the aviation Broking sector for    campuses of five leading US universities.
27 years. He joined Willis in 1980 in the Middle
East Division and built their Airline portfolio up   This complex coalition has a wide spectrum of
which today includes Qatar Airways,Emirates,Gulf     stakeholders, all of whom are in a position to
Air,Oman Air. Since 1990 he additional headed        influence the Foundation’s primary mission of
up the Asian porfolio which includes Singapore       transforming Qatar into a 21st century knowledge-
Airlines, MAS,Thai,Garuda. Chris is presently        based society. They range from prospective
Deputy Chairman of Aerospace Division.               students and their parents to international
                                                     business leaders. The main challenge for the
                                                     organisation’s professional communicators is
                                                     to earn the understanding, approval and co-
                                                     operation of all of these parties.
A rna u d C ha p e ron,                               M u h a mmad Al G h an n am,
Grou p Represen tative,                               Managi ng Director, Qatar Gas
TOTAL E & P Qatar                                     Transport Company Ltd. (N AKILAT )
                     Arnaud Chaperon has been                            After completing a degree in
                     involved with TOTAL group                           accounting and becoming a
                     for more that 27 years. He                          Certified Public Accountant,
                     graduated in 1978 from                              Muhammad Ghannam worked
                     Ecole Nationale Supérieure                          for the following organisations
                     of Techniques Avancées and                          before taking up his current
                     Génie Maritime. He held with                        position as Managing Director
                     TOTAL group several positions                       at NAKILAT.
                     as a geophysicist in the
exploration division and as an economist.             Previous Positions
                                                      Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Ltd.
Arnaud moved to Japan in 1987 to be                   (Ras Laffan, Qatar)
responsible for gas marketing activities,             Chief Operating Officer -Finance
contributing at the early stage to marketing and
negotiations of Qatar gas LNG to the Japanese         Mobil Exploration & Producing
buyers. He was transferred in 1991 to Taiwan          Technical Center-Dallas, USA
to become the first group representative, before      Manager Finance & Administration
coming back to the Head office in Paris (1994)
to hold the position of vice president for NGL gas    Mobil Exploration and Producing
marketing and Europe downstream gas business.         Services Inc. – Dallas, USA
                                                      Manager Finance & Administration
In 2000, during the merge and post merge
TOTAL FINA Elf he was appointed vice president        Mobil Oil Corp. (E&P Division) Fairfax, USA
for career management and training in the HR          Manager Accounting Studies and Projects
division, before being transferred to Qatar in June
2002 as Managing Director of TOTAL EP Qatar           Mobil Oil Indonesia – Jakarta, Indonesia
and TOTAL group representative in Qatar.              Financial Specialist/Controller

Arnaud Chaperon is chevalier du mérite national
(France) and board member of Ecole Nationale
Supérieure of Techniques Avancées.
S p e a k e r s (cont)
Pete r J oy,                                           D avi d An th on y,
He a d o f Re se arch ,                                Di rector,
N ews qu est Specialist Media                          S tandard & Poor’s


                   After completing a Master’s                             David Anthony is a Director of
                   degree in International                                 Standard & Poor’s Financial
                   Relations at Cambridge                                  Services group in London
                   University, Peter worked for                            specialising in Francophone
                   two years in management                                 and Middle Eastern insurance
                   consultancy before switching                            and reinsurance markets, as
                   to business journalism. Since                           well being responsible for debt
                   2005, he has been Head                                  capital market issues relating
                   of Research at Newsquest                                to European insurance, and for
Specialist Media, publisher of Global Reinsurance.     insurance training. He joined Standard & Poor’s
                                                       in March 1994, heading the Interactive Insurance
He leads and manages research projects on              ratings team until 1999, then becoming European
clients’ behalf across Newsquest’s portfolio of        Regional Practice Leader for Insurance Criteria.
five specialist business titles - harnessing the
knowledge of industry readers and expert editorial     David has been involved in insurance for over
staff to gain fresh insights on their market and its   20 years, active in insurance credit ratings with
needs.                                                 Standard & Poor’s in London and with Moody’s
                                                       Investors Service in New York. Before this, he
In preparation for this conference, the Qatar          was European Insurance Risk Manager, and
Financial Centre Authority commissioned                Senior Relationship Manager (V.P.) for Nordic
Newsquest to gather the views of over 100              insurance with Citibank N.A. London. He was
senior insurance and reinsurance executives            previously involved in international corporate and
worldwide on the potential of Middle East and          correspondent banking, working with Lloyd’s Bank
global markets and on the key attributes of a          International, Al Saudi Banque and Credit Lyonnais
successful international financial centre. Peter       in London, Brussels, Antwerp, Dubai, Bahrain,
project-managed this research exercise, analysed       Cairo, Alexandria and Paris.
the results and compiled the resulting report. He
will be giving a presentation on the findings and      David holds a degree in Political Science from the
on their implications for insurance business in the    University of Birmingham and a Masters degree
Middle East.                                           - MSc. (Econ.) - from the University of London.
S te p h e n J. Wa gsta ff                          I a n S a ng ster,
Area Man age r (Bah rain & Qatar),                  Deputy Chief Executive Officer,
AXA Insuran ce (Gulf)                               International Operations,
                                                    Qatar I nsurance Company
                  With 21 years experience                             Ian started his career in the
                  in the insurance industry,                           Royal Insurance Group,
                  Stephen has only recently                            working for the British
                  taken over as Area Manager                           Engine, the Royal’s specialist
                  for Bahrain & Qatar for AXA                          engineering insurance
                  Insurance (Gulf), however,                           company.
                  is excited at the opportunity
                  of helping set up the AXA                             After serving as the local
                  organisation in Qatar and                             manager in Aberdeen,
working with the QFC & QFCRA.                       Scotland during the initial years of the North Sea
                                                    oil boom in the early 1970’s Ian was relocated to
AXA are in the process of recruitment and office    Dubai in 1978 to establish an underwriting unit to
fit-out within the QFC building and hope to be      serve the Middle East region. The secondment
fully operational in April. Stephen looks forward   was to last approximately three years but Ian
to building relationships with both industry        stayed on in the area and has recently started his
professionals and clients.                          30th year in the region. Ian has worked in senior
                                                    management positions in the UAE, Oman and
Career to date:                                     Qatar, joining Qatar Insurance Company (QIC) in
2007 to-date Area Manager (Bahrain & Qatar),        1990.
AXA Insurance (Gulf) B.S.C. (c)
                                                    He currently heads up QIC’s regional and
1995 to 2006 Manager, Corporate Relationships/      international operations and will be actively
Business Development Manager – Saudi Arabia,        involved in the operation of the newly formed
Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance - Saudi Arabia       QIC International LLC, which has recently been
                                                    incorporated within the Qatar Financial Centre.
1994 – 1995 QBE Insurance Co. – Sydney
– Australia

1992 – 1994 SA Eagle Insurance Co. – Cape
Town – South Africa

1985 – 1992 Eagle Star Insurance Co.
– Manchester – United Kingdom
S p e a k e r s (cont)
Jo h n Ta n Kwa ng Khe rng,                           Bru c e Garrett,
Chi ef E xecutive Officer,                            Managi ng Director, Marine &
As i a Ca pital R e                                   Energy Division, Marsh
In a career spanning almost 30 years, John has                           Bruce joined Marsh Marine and
held an array of senior positions in the insurance                       Energy Division in July 1998.
industry, primarily in South East Asia. Since 1976,                      Based in London, Bruce
he has accumulated a wealth of experience                                has regional responsibility
in many aspects of the business, including                               for Marsh’s Global Energy
underwriting, reinsurance, claims and broking.                           Practice’s activities in the
                                                                         Middle East and North Africa.
After qualifying as a Fellow of Chartered Insurance                      He travels regularly to Qatar
in 1982, John established Equitas, a risk                                and the region.
management services provider. His management
skills were subsequently deployed in Corporate        Bruce has been an insurance broker since 1973,
Planning, Mergers & Acquisitions and Business         specialising in the energy sector since 1986.
Development for Jerneh Insurance Corporation          He has held a variety of management and client-
in Malaysia and Kerry Insurance Ltd in Hong           facing account handling roles throughout his
Kong. In 1988, he was recruited to Brunei’s           varied career, including periods of employment
National Insurance Company and, within 2 years,       in France and Singapore. He has had extensive
succeeded in turning the company around to            involvement in many of the major upstream and
Brunei’s largest insurer.                             downstream project and operational risks in Qatar
                                                      in the past ten years.
In 1992, John joined Union Re as Area
Representative and Principal Officer for Asia. On
Union’s integration into Swiss Re six years later,
                                                      A b d u lla Al Mesallam,
he transferred to Zurich to join Swiss Re’s Group’s   Fi nance Manager,
Head Office as a member of senior management.         QA PC O
Relocating to Hong Kong in 1999, John was
Regional Marine Manager of China, South East                             Abdulla Al Mesallam is
Asia and Australasia before becoming Head of                             currently the Finance Manager
Marine for all Asia. In 2004, John transferred                           in Qatar Petrochemical Co.
back to Singapore with responsibility for Swiss                          Ltd. (QAPCO) and Board
Re’s Strategic Clients Development in Asia. In                           Member in Qatofin Co.
2005, John joined HSBC Insurance Brokers as                              Ltd. Mr.Al Mesallam has
a Director responsible for business development                          an extensive experience in
and reinsurance in Asia Pacific.                                         aspects related to corporate
                                                                         finance, finance management,
In 2006, Asia Capital Reinsurance Group               accounting, treasury and project finance. He
(ACR) was established and is headquartered in         holds a B.S., in Business Administration and
Singapore. The Holding Company is capitalised         Economics – Accounting Major form Qatar
at USD620 million with institutional shareholders     University, 1994.
like 3i Group plc, Khazanah Nasional Berhad, Och
Ziff Capital Management, Morgan Stanley Private
Equity, Credit Suisse Private Equity and SICAV.
M r Eh a b A b d e l Fa tta h A m in                   H e sh a m Ismai l AbdulRah man
Regi onal Man ag er,                                   A l Emadi , Chief Executive
Q a ta r Ai rways                                      Offi cer, Energy City Qatar
                    Mr Ehab Abdel Fattah Amin                              Hesham Al Emadi, Chief
                    is a stalwart of the aviation                          Executive Officer of Energy City
                    industry with more than 25                             Qatar, held a number of key
                    years experience under his                             positions in the energy and
                    belt.                                                  investment industry, making
                                                                           his role at Energy City Qatar an
                     Currently Qatar Airways’                              imperative asset. Having been
                     Regional Manager for Qatar,                           a Senior Researcher, Industrial
                     Turkey, Greece and Levant, he                         Investment expert and having
has held this position for the past five years. He     many years of experience in the field of energy,
is responsible for sales and marketing activities in   Hesham has valuable know-how of the industry
each of these markets.                                 especially that of Qatar. Prior to joining Energy
                                                       City Qatar, Hesham Al Emadi has established
Married with two children, he previously worked        an Industrial Assessment Programme in all of
for Gulf Air and Egyptair in a variety of overseas     the GCC in order to help improve and make a
management posts and his hobbies include               difference in the energy sector.
swimming and tennis.
                                                       Career Milestones
Qatar Airways is one of the fastest growing airlines
in the world operating an all-Airbus fleet of 56       2001-2006 – Industrial Investment Promotion
aircraft to more than 75 destinations worldwide.       Department - Industrial Expert
                                                       Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GIOC),
The Doha-based airline is among an elite group of      Doha
airlines ranked Five Star for service and excellence   1997 – 2000 – Industrial Studies Department
and, during 2007, is in aggressive expansion           - Senior Researcher
mode with nine new routes joining its ever-            Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GIOC),
expanding network. The airline takes its first steps   Doha
to the US market this summer with direct flights       1993 – 1996 – Research Associate
from Doha to New York and Washington DC.               Industrial Assessment Center, Texas United States
                                                       of America

                                                       Other Current Positions
                                                       Member of the Forum of Qatari Engineer (FQE).
                                                       Member of the American Society of Mechanical
                                                       Engineers (ASME)
                                                       Member of the American Society of Heating,
                                                       Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers
                                                       (ASHRAE)
Delegates
Name                        Company

Osama Abdeen                American International Group (AIG)
Dalia AbuKishk              Qatar Financial Center Authority
Jamal Al Hamoud             Qatar General Insurance and Reinsurance Co.
Muhsen Al Harbi             Global Investment House
Youseff Al Kareh            Ensurion
Abdul Rahman Al Mannai      Qatar Financial Center Authority
Abdulla Saif Al Messallam   QAPCO
Aysha Al Mudehki            Qatar Financial Center Authority
Mohammad Al Sada            RasGas
Johara Al Suwaidi           Qatar Financial Center Authority
Fetooh Al Zayani            Qatar Financial Center Authority
Mahrous Al-ejlah            Alkhaleej Insurance & Re-Insurance Company
P E Alexander               Qatar Insurance Company
Syed Mustahsan Ali          Qatar Islamic Insurance
Abdulla Sharif Alrayes      Doha Solidarity
Ehab Amin                   Qatar Airways
David Anthony               Standard and Poor’s
Vineet Arora                ICICI Prudential Life Insurance
John Arpel                  Allianz Risk Transfer
D.R. Arya                   General Insurance Corporation of India
Joe Barber                  CIGNA International
Robert Baxter               Qatar Foundation
Andie Beattie               Global Reinsurance
Bruno Bertucci              Assicurazioni Generali SpA
Guy Biddlecombe             Colemont Dubai
Jelena Bjelanovic           Standard and Poor’s
Elie Bouchaaya              Liberty International Underwriters
Rupert Boyle                Cooper Gay & Co
Claire Bradley              Aspen Insurance UK
Jonathan Broughton          EMB Consultancy
Ashraf Bseisu               Solidarity
Stephen Carriere            Qatar Financial Center Authority
Name                     Company

Stephen Cemm             Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority
Arnaud Chaperon          Total
Chris Clark              Willis
William Coles            The Lyle Group
Shanaz Coles             The Lyle Group
Richard Collins          Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority
Gavin Coull              Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Antoine Daher            Lonsdale & Associates
Gautam Datta             Solidarity Islamic Insurance Co.
Dermot Dick              Qatar Insurance Company
Peter Droussiotis        PGD Strategy
Rod Dunne                Intech Solutions
Jeff Eggleton            Qatar Financial Center Authority
Liza Egido               Qatar Financial Center Authority
Omer Elamin              Arab Orient Insurance
Ali Eskandari            Kay International
Amr Fahmy                Alpha Lloyds Insurance & Reinsurance
Omar Clark               Fisher Unicorn Investment Bank
Bruce Garrett            Marsh
Muhammed Ghannam         Nakilat
Michael Good             Jardine Lloyd Thompson
Akbar Habib              Al Ahlia Insurance Company & National Life Insurance Company
Suzanne Hirst            Global Reinsurance
Peter Hogg               Neuron
Desmond Holmes           Qatar Financial Center Authority
Vicky Hu                 Asia Capital Re
Ahmed Hussain            KPMG
Bassam Hussein           Doha Insurance Co.
Esa Ikaheimonen          Shell - Qatar
Elena Daniela Iordache   Qatar Airways
Mohammad Jaffar Iqbal    Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority
Arif Ishaque             CE Heath & Partners
D e l e g a t e s (cont)
Name                      Company

Afar Issa                 Business Life
Adham Jaad                Arabian Marketing Services
Ajay Jacob                Qatar Airways
Mark Jesson               Alsford Page & Gems Limited
Wayne Jones               Clyde & Co
Peter Joy                 Global Reinsurance
Ralph Kabban              UIB
HE Yousef Hussain Kamal   Ministry of Finance, State of Qatar
Khaldoun Khartabil        Alpha Lloyds Insurance & Reinsurance
Jitesh Kothari            ICICI Prudential Life Insurance
Guinevere Kothari         Qatar Financial Center Authority
Manoj Kumar               Doha Banc Assurance
Stephen Lilley            Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority
Robert Makhoul            Marsh
Mohamed Mahran            American International Group (AIG)
Steve Martin              Qatar Financial Center Authority
Simon Mason               Aspen Re
Stephen May               Heritage Mutual Management
David McLean              Megaevents / MEGA - Middle East Global Advisors
Jamie McNish              Zurich International Life
Graham Morrall            Zurich International Life
Richard Morrison          AXA Insurance (Gulf)
Lukas Mueller             Swiss RE
Nadeem Mujtaba            Gulf Ventures Corporation
Bhaskar Mukherjee         Doha Bank
Paul Murray               EMB Consultancy
Basma Nour                Qatar Financial Center Authority
Ralf Oelssner             Lufthansa German Airlines
Stuart Pearce             Qatar Financial Center Authority
Ian Porton                Miller International Loss Adjusters
Anila Preston             Re Orient
P.R. Ramakrishnan         Al Ahlia Insurance Company SAOC
Name                       Company

Damian Reilly              Commerce Magazine
Sean Rocks                 Liberty Mutual Insurance Europe
Layla Salem                Qatar Financial Center Authority
Ian Sangster               Qatar Insurance Company
Amey Saxena                ICICI Prudential Life Insurance
Tim Searle                 Globaleye
Louis Serret               Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority
Abbas Sethna               Assicurazioni Generali
Mian Ikram Shakir          FWU AG Luxembourg
Nahlah Shinawe             Qatar Financial Center Authority
Rajesh Sidhu               Global Reinsurance
Shashank Srivastava        Qatar Financial Center Authority
John Tan                   Asia Capital Re
Burr Taylor                Sturge Taylor & Associates
Stebin Thomas              Qatar Financial Center Authority
Phillip Thorpe             Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority
Jane Thorpe                Qatar Financial Center Authority
Ian Titman                 Heath Lambert Group
Gaurav Vaish               Al Ahlia Insurance Company & National Life Insurance Company
Srinivasan Venkatachalam   National Life Insurance Company
Stephen Wagstaff           Axa - Gulf
Ian Walton                 Colemont Insurance Broker
Nasser Watar               Gulf Gap
Michael Webb               Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority
Steve Westly               Intech Solutions
Kevin Weston               KPMG
Anne Whensley              Global Reinsurance
Robert Wiest               Swiss RE
Dr Holger Wirtl            Albatros Versicherungsdienste GmbH
Malcolm Wright             CIGNA International
Helen Yates                Global Reinsurance
C o n ta c ts
Co n ta c ts d u r ing you r stay in Doh a :

Anne Whe ns ley, V IP Delegate Coordinator:
+4 4 7785 293 516

M i che le Seym o ur, Local Event Organi ser:
+974 537 5826

Le s ley Dunn e, Lo cal Event Organiser:
+974 556 5046

And i e Be attie, Speaker Coordinator:
+4 4 7866 725 873

Q F CA

Li za M a rtin ez-Eg ido, PA to Fetooh Al Zayani, Managing Director,
Bu s i ne ss D evelo pm ent, Insurance & Rei nsurance Qatar Financial
Ce ntre Auth o rity:
+ 974 575 4877

Alternati vely, sh o uld you require any assi stance, please visit the
event Hos pitality Desk in the Sharq Vi llage & Spa reception.

S h a rq V illa ge & Sp a

Sha rq Vi ll ag e & Spa
P.O. Box 26662
Doha , State o f Qatar
Te l: +974 425 6666
Fa x: + 974 425 6678
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