Egypt has embarked on comprehensive economic reforms after signing a 12 billion USD loan agreement with the IMF. Government has passed laws to provide more incentives for both domestic and foreign investors and US companies are more present in Egypt as the country also has FTA agreements with the Middle East and African countries and serves as an investment hub for multinational companies. Panel will address reforms achieved and those in making, to further strengthen the US Egypt relationship.
Tarek Tawfik – President, AmCham Egypt and Vice Chairman & Managing Director of the International Company for Agricultural Production & Processing
Dina H. Sherif – CEO & Co-Founder, Ahead of the Curve (ATC)
Steve Lutes – Executive Director, U.S. – Egypt Business Council, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Tamer Younes – Chair, AmCham Egypt Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility Committee; and Member of the Board and Head of Corporate Affairs – North Africa and Levant, Procter & Gamble
Ahmed Issa – Chief Executive officer, Consumer Banking, Commercial International Bank (Egypt)
Andy Braner (Moderator) – Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations