Previous Attendees

Frontier Exchange has been organising conferences on Iraq since 2010, uniting Iraqi government officials, multinational companies, frontier market investors and global investment banks. See a snapshot below of our attendance:

ABB CPI Financial Iraq Oil Report Mitsubishi Rafidain
ADIB Credit Europe Bank Iraq Stock Exchange Mitsubishi Corporation Rasheed Bank
Aktif Bank Crescent Petroleum Iraqi Economic Council Mitsubishi Hitachi Reliance Power Limited
Al Barham Group Dana Gas Iraqi Embassies Mitsui Reuters
Al Ruwais Trading Company Deutsche Bank Iraqi Federation of Industries Moody’s Sansar Capital Asia Pte Ltd
Al-Hafidh Company DHL Global Forwarding Iraq Iraqi National Business Council Moody’s Investors Service Middle East Limited Schneider Electric
Amea Power Direct FN Iraqi Parliament Multaqa Al Nahrein Shell
American Chamber of Commerce Elaf Bank Iraqi Private Banks League Nasdaq Technology Shire Oak International
Anbar Investment Commission Enka Iraqi Securities Commission National Bank of Iraq Siemens AG
ARABC Group Enprode ITS National Holding SkillBase
Arabian Business Euphrates Fund JP Morgan National Investment Commission Societe Generale
Asia Frontier Capital Exxon Mobil Karmal Brokerage NES Global Talent Standard Chartered Bank
AsiaCell Financial Times KPMG New Frontiers Business Consulting Sumitomo Banking Corporation
Baghdad Provisional Council Finastra Kurdistan International Bank Nooter/Eriksen Swedish Neutral AB
Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fransabank Kuwait Energy Northern Gulf Partners Switch
Bank of Baghdad Front Line Logistics Lafarge Holcim OECD Tareek Al Tabr
Basra International Oil & Gas Free Zone GardaWorld Lebanon & Gulf Bank Oman Insurance Company The Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
Best Transformers General Electric Manafsoft Optima Group Total
BICC Cables Global Payment Systems Mansour Bank Oracle Trade Bank of Iraq
BLOM Bank Globchem Mass Group Orascom Construction Industries Turkiye Is Bankasi A.S.
Bloomberg Guardia Systems Mass Group Holding OSGP Alliance UEG Renewable Group
BP Hanwha MasterCard Petronas UNDP Iraq
Business Organisation for Economic Development Hiwa Rauf MasterCard Phoenix Capital LLC Union of Arab Banks
Byblos Bank IBM MedSecurities Investment Pluto Technologies United Bank for Investment
Çalık Enerji IFC Melak Iraq Qaiwan Group US Department of State
Capital Investments IMF MENA Capital Qaiwan Group Visa
Central Bank of Iraq Inter Group Ministry of Electricity, Republic of Iraq Qamar Energy Voltamp
CHF Vitas International Development Bank Ministry of Finance, Republic of Iraq QiCard Voltan Capital Management
Cihan Bank Iraq Embassies Ministry of Industry & Minerals, Republic of Iraq Quantech World Bank
Citigroup Iraq Energy Institute Ministry of Oil, Republic of Iraq Quantrarian Capital Management ZagTrader
Confluent Law Group Iraq Institute for Economic Reform Ministry of Telcommunication, Republic of Iraq Rabee Securities Zain Iraq

Rahul Ray
Finance Director - Tyson Ventures

Rahul is the Finance Director at Tyson Ventures, the VC arm of Tyson Foods. Rahul has over a decade of experience in the hedge fund industry covering technology, as well as corporate finance experience in transportation and supply chain, at pre-eminent firms such as AB Bernstein and XPO Logistics. Rahul has an MBA from Columbia Business School, an MS in Computer Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology.
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Andrew D. Ive
Founder - Big Idea Ventures

Andrew is the founder of Big Idea Ventures. Its purpose is to solve the world’s biggest challenges by supporting the world’s best entrepreneurs. Our first fund + accelerator (NY & Singapore) invests in plant-based foods and ingredients to impact climate change, animal welfare and personal health. Investors include Tyson Foods, Temasek and Buhler. Advisory Board member for Tufts Nutrition Council. Friedman School Entrepreneurship Advisor. Harvard Business School graduate, Procter & Gamble brand management trained.

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Rebekah Moses
Head of impact strategy - Impossible Foods

Rebekah Moses leads impact strategy at Impossible Foods, a company addressing climate change and sustainable food futures through plant-based meat. Her work focuses on how product innovation and consumer behavior can maximize environmental outcomes and business growth. She works with Impossible Foods teams to integrate environmental and social mission into core strategy.

She has worked at the intersection of ecology, agriculture, and international development in the Middle East and domestically.

Rebekah’s research contributions can be found in journals like the Public Library of Science (PLOS) and Journal of Applied Ecology, as well as via the USAID Water and Livelihoods Initiative online.

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