VII Private Investment Forum Worldwide

Switzerland, Zürich   April 9, 2019

Private Investment Negotiations with Key-Investors from Europe, UK, the US, and the GCC.

The main objectives of this forum are:

– conducting private negotiations with key investors and owners of investment projects, or funds;

– attracting investments to participants’ investment projects and funds; 

– to create positive personal connections between V.I.P. investors.

Personal meetings

The forum participants will be able to have personal meetings with all interesting investors and businessmen.

Round Table discussions

Key participants of the investment market will discuss the most important matters of the industry at the round table.

Projects presentations

The best investment projects will be presented to investors with the aim to attract funds.


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Participants of the Forum.

Heads of the 80 largest investment companies from GCC, UK, US and Europe will take part in the VII Private Investment Forum Worldwide.

*The exact list of participants will be available in a special mobile application “PIFW” for all invited and confirmed attendees.

General data on the participants of the VII Private Investment Forum Worldwide.


  • UAE
  • India
  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Korea
  • Singapore
  • South Africa
  • Canada


  • Owner
  • President
  • CEO
  • MD
  • Chairman

Total 2017 (€)

  • >500 000 000 000
  • >100 000 000 000
  • >10 000 000 000
  • >1 000 000 000
  • >500 000 000
  • >100 000 000

Investment risks in the face of declining global economic growth.

30 investors, large businessmen, and financiers from the UAE, Europe, the US, and UK will discuss a fundamental issue at the Round table.

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Investment risks in the face of declining global economic growth.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) revised down its estimates for global growth, warning that the expansion seen in recent years is losing momentum.

The Fund now projects a 3.5 percent growth rate worldwide for 2019 and 3.6 percent for 2020.


Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the IMF’s Managing Director Christine Lagarde said: “After two years of solid expansion, the world economy is growing more slowly than expected and risks are rising. But even as the economy continues to move ahead … it is facing significantly higher risks.”



Forecasts of a slowdown in the global economy carry many risks for both investors and businessmen.

What risks may be critical?

What industries, businesses or regions may be in an acute risk area?

What business strategies will be most effective?

These and other questions will be a centre of a round table discussion during the VII Private Investment Forum Worldwide.

Leaders of the investment industry from key economic regions of the world will hold an exchange of views on minimizing business risks and protecting investments.

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