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MENAFN Press - 13/05/2014
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(MENAFN Press) Forbes Middle East is preparing to host its Top Indian Leaders in the Arab World event to celebrate the drive and passion of the top Indian business leaders in the region.

The prestigious event will include a glamorous gala dinner and awards ceremony on May 13, 2014 in the Godolphin Ballroom, Jumeirah Emirates Towers.

Building on last year's successful event which centered on Forbes Middle East's groundbreaking ranking of prominent Indian business figures in the UAE, the pioneering publication has extended its reach to reveal the Top Indian Leaders in the Arab World. Many of the stellar professionals featured in this year's ranking will gather at the long-awaited celebration on Tuesday this week.

With 170 individuals making it onto the list, the ranking celebrates the impressive diversity of the achievements of India's top movers and shakers in the Middle East business world. The Top Indian Leaders list is compiled after extensive and detailed research into Indian businesspeople residing or operating a business in the region.

Commenting on the upcoming occasion, Mrs. Khuloud Al Omian, Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Middle East and Vice-President of Arab Publisher House, said: "Forbes Middle East is delighted to once again present its Top Indian Leaders ranking, this year encompassing the entire Arab world. The corresponding event is an opportunity for us to celebrate the diversity and business acumen of the region's top Indian business leaders and we look forward to seeing some familiar faces and welcoming some new ones."

Explaining how this event falls within Forbes Middle East's broader ambitions, Mrs. Al Omian explained: "The Top Indian Leaders in the Arab World publication and the celebrations that accompany it are part of our vision to encourage business success across the full spectrum of sectors, industries and demographic groups in the region."

Bank Julius Baer counts as Forbes Middle East's headlining partner for this event. Speaking about the bank's active role in making the special evening possible, Boris Collardi, CEO of Julius Baer Group, comments:

"We are honored to be associated with Forbes Middle East for the second consecutive year in bringing together leading luminaries within the Indian business community in the Arab world. As we recognize their achievements and importantly their commitment to the region's development through the businesses they lead, we hope our close association with the local community and partnership can aid in making the Arab world a leading business destination."

Forbes Middle East is also partnering with a number of other leading companies. Preferred partners include Dubai One, Eurostar, Emirates, Zee TV Cinema, Confiserie Sprngli, Montegrappa Italia and Tarteeb Media.
In attendance at the special event will be guest of honor, His Excellency T.P. Seetharam, Ambassador of India to the UAE. Other notable guests will include Yusuffali MA, Founder & Managing Director, LuLu Group International; BR Shetty, Founder, New Medical Centre and PNC Menon, Founder and Chairman, Sobha Group.


About Forbes Middle East
Forbes Middle East is the licensed Middle Eastern version of the world-renowned Forbes magazine and extends the Forbes brand of journalism across the Arab world. Forbes Middle East's distinctive editorial style attracts a readership community of billionaires, powerful Arab men and women, entrepreneurs, C-level executives, government officials and investors united by a belief in the spirit of free enterprise and entrepreneurial values. Across the region, Forbes Middle East is setting the pace for preemptive business journalism. By uncovering trends and anticipating opportunities in the regional marketplace, each monthly issue, brings top executives the information critical to their success “ in both Arabic & English language editions. Forbes Middle East is the guiding compass for investments and best practices in the Arab region.The magazine researches and publishes original and relevant Lists/Rankings, based on the criteria of neutrality, authenticity, commitment to the methodology of scientific research and the quality of standards set globally by Forbes Media, US. For press or media related information of Forbes Middle East, please contact: Tarteeb Media at 971 04 440 4830 or visit www.tarteeb.com About Julius BaerJulius Baer is the leading Swiss private banking group with a focus on servicing and advising sophisticated private clients and a premium brand in global wealth management. Julius Baer's total client assets amounted to CHF 348 billion at the end of 2013, including CHF 254 billion of assets under management. Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd., the renowned Swiss private bank with origins dating back to 1890, is the principal operating company of Julius Baer Group Ltd., whose shares are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (ticker symbol: BAER) and form part of the Swiss Market Index (SMI), comprising the 20 largest and most liquid Swiss stocks.Julius Baer is currently integrating Merrill Lynch's International Wealth Management business outside the US. This will increase the Group's presence to more than 25 countries and 50 locations. Headquartered in Zurich, we have offices in key locations including Dubai, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hong Kong, London, Lugano, Monaco, Montevideo, Moscow, Singapore and Tokyo.For more information visit: www.juliusbaer.com

 


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