UAE emerges as global hub for sustainable gold, bullion markets

 5th Global Gold Convention to be held in Dubai on Dec. 12

Meet to see participation from more than 100 countries



The fifth edition of the Global Gold Convention 2023, the world’s largest hybrid gold conference, will be held in Dubai at Armani Hotel, Burj Khalifa, on December 12, 2023 with the theme “UAE, The Global Hub for Sustainable Gold and Bullion Markets’.


This year’s Convention has been designed as the world’s largest hybrid conference for participation by more than 100 countries, ministers, diplomats, regulators, industry leaders, mines, refineries, jewellers, traders, import-export companies, banking, insurance and logistics companies from across the world, paving the way for future collaborations, business promotion, expansion and diversification, according to a press release.

More than 200 trade delegates and visitors from countries are expected to participate in the most sought-after gold conference in the region.

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Global Gold Convention is organised by IBMC International, the UAE-based financial services consultancy and eMarket Place Trade Flow Service Providers, and co-organised by the International Chamber of Commerce & Industry UAE (ICC-UAE) and the Federation of UAE Chambers of Commerce & Industry (UAE Chambers).

“The Gold Convention is held in the backdrop of the global gold industry witnessing unprecedented volatility and UAE becoming the most attractive Gold Hub for all gold industry stakeholders. The theme, Sustainability, has been chosen in line with the UAE hosting the COP28 Conference on Sustainability,” said Mr. Sajith Kumar PK, Group CEO and Managing Director, IBMC International.  The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) is the sustainability partner of the event.

The event will be inaugurated by HE Humaid Ben Salem, Chairman of International Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ICC UAE) and Secretary General, Federation of UAE Chambers of Commerce & Industry (UAE Chambers).

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HE AHMED ELMETWALLY MOHAMMED, CEO & General Manager, Office of HH SHEIKH MOHAMED BIN AHMED BIN HAMDAN AL NAHYAN, Abu Dhabi will deliver the special address from UAE.

Mr. Jeffrey Rhodes, industry expert and Founder & Managing Consultants, Rhodes Precious Metals Consultancy DMCC, will deliver the special industry address on Cop28UAE and the major impact on the global gold industry.

The Convention offers the participants a comprehensive platform to showcase the entire gamut of gold trade and business activities and explore potential investment and partnership opportunities through networking, interactive sessions, industry-focused panel discussions and a unique Diplomatic Conclave where ministers, ambassadors, industry leaders and experts will discuss investment opportunities and industry trends.


A highlight of this year’s Convention is the introduction of IBMC’s Industries Integrated International Trade Flow System tailored exclusively for the participating companies. Each participating companies will  qualify for Corporate Listing to get international reach as the first step of due diligence activities.

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Corporate Listing will help each companies to attract Investment Partners, Technology Partners and Trade Partners for expanding their projects and trades internationally.


UAE-based IBMC International Group is the Economic, Industry & Corporate Advisors and eMarketplace Service Providers which is connected with 100+ countries and integrated with 30+ Sectors. IBMC International is an internationally recognized private institution pioneers in their professional areas of Industry Innovations, Business and Joint-Venture Strategies.   IBMC International is the recipient of Region’s highest recognitions such as Sheikh Khalifa Excellence Award (SKEA) in Professional Sector from Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Label Award from Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry and United Nations (UN) shortlisted company for Sustainable Development Goals.