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The Abney Associates Richard Hunter To Attend Join The 5th International IFABS CONFERENCE NOTTINGHAM 2013

Jul. 09, 2013 10:15 AM ET
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The Abney Associates' Director of Private Equity, Richard Hunter, will attend the coming 5th International IFABS CONFERENCE NOTTINGHAM 2013 on June 26-28 at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK.

Celebrating its successful transition into its fifth year of existence since 2008, International Finance and Banking Society (IFABS) continues to raise awareness of the importance of banking and finance for economic development and the well-being of members of society. The conference hopes to bring together experts from over 60 countries around the world to the historic city of Nottingham to consider, collaborate and create ideas and solutions for the coming years.

The conference theme is: The Search for Financial Stability: Models, Policies and Prospects.

Abney Associates professionals' participation in this symposium aligns with their desire to improve the company's capability to provide excellent services with integrity and of ethical standards through interacting with other individuals and groups involved in finance and investment. They continue to offer a wide range of solutions customized according to their clients' objectives and based on well-researched information. Growth and stability are primary considerations the company upholds on behalf of their clients and society in general. The conference will add fresh information and viewpoints on present relevant issues in the industry.

In line with its own corporate goals, Abney Associates supports the organizers' stated task of searching for financial stability within a state and for formulating models, policies and prospects for establishing a thriving economy. This shared objective involves defining among fellow conference participants what stability truly means and how governments, business and universities can contribute to instill changes in the present economic climate in order to restore strength and confidence.

Achieving these financial goals will benefit Abney Associates in helping its clients understand the risks and the challenges involved in finance and investment under the current economic realities. As presumed by many, the traditional models may no longer apply in the present volatile conditions. Abney Associates has the deep desire to uncover what the conference can achieve in terms of predicting the kind of structure and shape that the future financial system may take. Together with other participants, the company hopes these issues will be addressed and given flesh in practicable measures or policies that may be implemented in the industry.

Abney Associates has long been engaged in building successful enterprises and creating significant returns on investment through its partnership with the most promising start-ups that have high prospects for growth. It continues to take on the challenge of facing volatile conditions that may affect the company's financial operation within varying social, cultural and psychological milieus.

The solutions to those myriads of financial problems that investors encounter will not readily come unless a company has gained the complete confidence of its clients and has built a stable partnership that works. Abney Associates has that track record of providing outstanding service based on a personalized, custom-built strategy aimed at achieving the client's goals. Its success in many instances proves its reputation as a company that is up-to-date in its competence and professionalism.

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