JP Morgan and Bahrain Bourse will jointly host a series of educational seminars to enhance investor relations expertise in Bahrain. The pair has developed a certified training programme, which will be offered to companies listed on the Bahrain Bourse to transfer investor relations best practice. In addition, a programme of free seminars and events will be held to promote investor relations capabilities among these listed companies.
“We are extremely pleased to sign this MOU [memorandum of understanding] with a leading financial institution with a track record of excellence in investor relations and securities servicing,” said Yusif Abdalla Humood, chairman of the Bahrain Bourse. “Bahrain Bourse will continue establishing strategic partnerships with leading international institutions to provide capital markets participants in Bahrain with more knowledge, experience and expertise thereby enhancing competitiveness.”
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