June 18, 2021

Cayman Islands: Capital markets guru featured at UCCI this February

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thumb_Walid HejaziUniversity of Toronto professor Dr. Walid Hejazi is engaging, dynamic, and a world-class financial expert. And on February 13 and 14 he will deliver 12 hours of tips for companies interested in “Accessing Capital Markets for Global Operations.”

Anyone who has been fortunate enough to have experienced one of Dr. Hejazi’s presentations in the past know that he is one of the few people who can make capital markets fascinating to even the most uninformed persons while still delivering in-depth and practical guidance to finance professionals who make their living navigating the ups and downs of the global financial landscape.

By combining his broad-based experience in markets stretching from the Far East to the Middle East to Europe and back to North and South America, Dr. Hejazi blends his first-hand knowledge with academic rigor and useful advice. And sadly, this will be the island’s final opportunity to engage one-on-one with this world-renown expert, as UCCI prepares the final negotiations for next year’s educational events.

This two-day presentation is part of the Executive Certificate in Global Leadership programme, offered annually at the University College’s Professional Development Centre. The cost to participate in Dr. Hejazi’s high-energy discourse about accessing capital markets is $1450, which includes lunches and snacks over the two days, as well as an iPad Mini preloaded with course materials.

To register, please contact Ms. Diane Campbell, Deputy Registrar at (345) 623-0546 or via e-mail at [email protected] before the registration cut-off date of Friday, February 6th. Past Executive Certificate graduates are welcome to attend this seminar at a reduced rate.

[Photo Caption: Dynamic international finance expert Dr. Walid Hejazi will conduct a practical 2-day seminar entitled “Accessing Capital Markets for Global Operations” at UCCI on February 13 & 14.]

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