DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p9pqkc/arabia_monitor) has announced the addition of the "Arabia Monitor Monthly Subscription" subscription to their offering.
As the globalized economy becomes more interconnected, even firms with no direct business in MENA could see their worldwide operations severely affected in light of geo-political and macroeconomic changes in that region. Arabia Monitor's access to high level decision makers cuts through the noise to highlight the latest developments in the Middle Eastern markets and their implications on economics, markets and investment prospects.
Covering some of the most complex emerging and frontier markets, Arabia Monitor is strategically positioned to provide timely research and insightful analysis, to help clients make informed decisions on how best to hedge the risks and capitalize on the opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Arabia Monitor's expertise lies within its human capital. With 40+ years of relevant MENA experience, the team of Arabic speaking analysts, native to the MENA region, benefit from a thorough understanding of complex regional dynamics. Offices in London and New York infuse an international perspective into our research.
By subscribing to Arabia Monitor Monthly you will get:
1. The Arabia Monitor Monthly (8 issues per year): Arabia Monitor's monthly publication provides a timely snapshot of most notable recent developments in the dynamic MENA region. Our analysts get past the news to deliver the core, forward looking conclusions that markets-oriented readers look for.
2. Preferential rates on additional services: Bespoke sector and equity research projects and speaking engagements.
Examples of Subscribers:
Don't get left behind by your competitors. Leading companies that already subscribed to "Arabia Monitor" include:
- Arab Banking Corporation International Bank
- Barclays Bank
- General Motors
- Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Maaden)
- Total gas
... and many more.
The analysis is based on the macroeconomic and financial balance sheet of Arab countries delivering unique strategy insights and forecasts to businesses across a wide range of sectors. The team is led by Dr Florence Eid, formerly VP & Senior Economist for MENA at JP Morgan, and has worked with the World Bank on Latin American and North Africa. Dr. Eid sits on the Board of Directors for the Arab Banking Corporation International Bank in London and on the Advisory Board of QFinance. She is a Patron of the Contemporary Arts Society in London and holds a Ph.D. in Organization Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p9pqkc/arabia_monitor