- The 12th edition of the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) featured a one-of-a-kind masterpiece by renowned artist Nadmid Sergelen.
- The piece captured the Cultures and Accomplishments of Mankind while illustrating the Synergy and Diversity of Life on Earth called ‘One Day of the World,’.
- Day 2 session on ‘Investment Monitor’s FDI Report 2023: A focus on the Middle East & Africa focused on the two areas’ investment landscape.
- Day 3 commenced with a panel discussion on Sustainable Investment Opportunities in FDI.
The 12th edition of the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) featured a one-of-a-kind masterpiece created by the renowned artist Nadmid Sergelen. The works of art captures the Cultures and Accomplishments of Mankind while illustrating the Synergy and Diversity of Life on Earth called ‘One Day of the World,’.
The painting is unique for its Historical Significance and Value. The fragility of the natural flora and fauna, as well as the Global Cultural and Ethnic Diversity, are symbolized through this masterpiece. Nadmid Sergelen
It is the longest painting ever done in “Mongol Zurag,” 21 meters by 2.5 meters with a total area of 52.5 square meters. The artwork features a world map depicting all 193 countries. It is painted in exquisite watercolor and acrylic on white canvas.
Nadmid Sergelen ‘One Day of the World’ sold for $125,000
The painting took 21 years to complete, from 1998 to 2019. At the moment, it is currently under protection in a special vault at the National Art Gallery of Mongolia.
The artwork was the first auction of digital versions of five countries, which were sold for a total of $125,000.
In addition, the Annual Investment Meeting hosted impactful sessions under the Investment and Innovation Tracks at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
The second day commenced with a session on ‘Investment Monitor’s FDI Report 2023: A focus on the Middle East & Africa. The session provided a deep understanding of the investment landscape in the Middle East and Africa.
In addition, Global Data’s Glenn Barklie discussed the global focus on green field operations. The report touched on expanding companies and creating a larger global presence.
The forum also witnessed a session titled ‘Bridging the Gap: Establishing Strong International Relationships and Building Trust’. Up next in line was a forum on ‘Digital Transformation: Integrating Innovative Technologies in FDI to Increase Value’.
Boosting capital markets
Another impactful session was ‘Towards Investment Facilitation for Development: How a New Agreement Can Help Grow FDI Flows and Prosperity’. Also featuring was a session on ‘Quality FDI: Attracting Meaningful Investments for Economic Growth’. Another important engagement was ‘Boosting Capital Markets to Develop Market Efficiency Through FPI’.
Foreign Portfolio Investments are important to any economy. FPIs help to strengthen and improve domestic capital markets. This session looked at how FPI are used to tackle the world’s biggest social and environmental changes.
Next in line was a session on ‘Geopolitical Tensions: Mitigating Global Risk in your Portfolio’. Adam Ward, Director, Geopolitico Insight and Counsel moderated the session. It included speaker Radoslaw Domagalski, CEO, Rafako. The last session focused on ‘Leveraging Super Trends in Investment to Create Resilient Portfolios’.
The third day started with a panel discussion on ‘Sustainable Investment Opportunities in FDI’. The session featured a forum on ‘Moving to Net Zero and Decarbonizing your Portfolio.
Additionally, there was a session on ‘The Technology Track: The Effect of the 4IR and the IIoT on Boosting Industrialization Investment plans’ and an impactful session on ‘The Investment Track: Opportunities, Challenges and; Risks of Investing in the Industrial Sector’.
Sustainable climate finance
The session on ‘SMEs: Sustainable Climate Finance Initiative: A new approach to finance sustainable infrastructure and agriculture projects in emerging economies’, in partnership with R20, Pegasus & Gold Standard was a highlight at the event.
In this session, The Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) and Gold Standard, a climate and development organization, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote dialogue for sustainable development.
Another session on ‘Digital Economies: Implementing Industry 4.0 – Developing the Right Tools and Platforms’. It focused on how digital economies are revolutionizing businesses operations with Industry 4.0 leading the charge.
In addition, there was the launch of MatchGPT: The world’s first AI- Powered Matchmaker for Global Tech Companies. Finnovating has unveiled MatchGPT®, the world’s first Match Generative Pre-Trained Transformer focused on connecting tech companies to accelerate B2B business and collaborations for technology and innovation.
Investments in global landscapes
MatchGPT is developed using OpenAI and AI-owned algorithms. It is powered by exclusive data from the Finnovating Platform, an AI-Deal Matching Platform for Tech Companies.
The highly anticipated launch took place today on May 9th, captivating thousands of investors and tech leaders at the AIM Congress in Abu Dhabi, with the support of the Abu Dhabi Ministry of Industry & Advanced Technology.
The session, ‘SMEs: Navigating Investments in the International Landscape, and the Adaptation to Evolving Needs and Expectations: SMEs Investment Challenges and Opportunities’ focused on how investments in the international landscape have become more complex as the world responds to recent events.