Manama, October 10 (BNA): The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Financial Studies (BIBF) will host the National Real Estate Forum from November 23 to 24.
The forum was launched, under the patronage of Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA) CEO Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, as part of BIBF’s commitment to the professional development of the real estate sector and aims to contribute to the advancement of real estate. industry and the economy of the Kingdom as a whole.
The two-day forum will bring together keynote speakers and subject matter experts to discuss various emerging topics in the real estate field.
The first day will include interactive sessions and panel discussions that will be open to the public, while the second day will offer various specialized training workshops, where participants can register according to their training needs.
Sheikh Mohammed said: “Hosting the National Real Estate Forum will support the implementation of the second pillar of the National Real Estate Plan 2021-2024.”
“The partnership between the government and the private sector supports RERA’s aspiration to make Bahrain the number one destination for real estate investment and innovation and sustainability solutions at the regional and global levels.”
Sheikh Mohammed added that Law No. 27 of 2017 issuing the real estate sector regulation reflects the importance of the future development of the real estate market.
Ahmed Ali Al Emadi, CEO of Diyar Al Muharraq, said that Diyar’s operational framework, as the largest and most progressive real estate developer in Bahrain, is governed by a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility in line with its vision to create a sustainable future for its residents. and Bahrain.
“This framework is built on the spirit of actively contributing to the sustainable progress of the real estate sector in the Kingdom in general, by launching internal training programs and supporting key discussions and forums, which allow for knowledge exchange and ideas generation, and thus the development of the coming future generations.
Dr. Ahmed Al-Sheikh, director of the BIBF, said that the institute strongly believes in the importance of developing human capital to support the achievement of national strategies.
“We are confident that this forum will enable participants to obtain a unique educational experience that can encourage innovation in the real estate sector,” he said.
This initiative comes in line with our strategic partnership with RERA and Diyar Al Muharraq and our commitment to support and contribute to the National Real Estate Plan 2021-2024.