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Palestine Exchange Concludes a Workshop on "Family businesses... and their Sustainability Prospects"
May 15, 2017
Palestine Exchange (PEX) held Wednesday, 10th May, 2017 a workshop in Nablus titled: "Family businesses ... and their sustainability prospects " in cooperation with Nablus chamber of commerce, the workshop was attended by representatives of the main family businesses from the northern cities of Palestine, representatives of Palestine Capital Market Authority and PEX.

The workshop included a variety of working papers related to the development of family businesses presented by speakers of global audit firms operating in Palestine, Ernst & Young and Price Waterhouse Coopers.

Mr. Ahmad Aweidah, CEO of PEX, stressed in his speech on the risks that surround family businesses and threaten their survival, asking owners of these companies  to consider taking their companies to the next level through listing at Palestine Exchange.

Mr. Omar Hashim, Chairman of Nablus chamber of commerce, focused on the need to maintain the sustainability of the Palestinian companies which most of it are family owned.
Mr. Murad Jadba, representative of PCMA, asked to raise the awareness of the company's owners on organizing their companies and to transform into public shareholding. 

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