Omrania attends Future Investment Initiative (FII) with International Leaders and Innovators

Omrania attends the Future Investment Initiative (FII) - 6th edition, held from 25 to 27 October 2022 at the King Abdulaziz International Conference Center in Riyadh.


The 6th edition of the event convened hundreds of CEOs, policymakers, investors, entrepreneurs, and young leaders from across the globe to shape the future of international investment and the global economy.


The Future Investment Initiative (FII), powered by the Future Investment Initiative Institute, brings together a global community of influential investors and innovators. On behalf of Omrania, Mr. Abdulsalam Haddad, a Partner at the company, attended this year’s summit. The event was held from October 25 to 27 at the King Abdulaziz International Conference Center in Riyadh.

Opening remarks by HE Yasir Al Rumayyan, Governor of KSA’s Public Investment Fund and Chairman of the Future Investment Initiative Institute, set the tone for the distinguished forum. Last year’s theme—Invest in Humanity—continued to guide many of the dialogues, workshops and debates.

Speakers noted that economic opportunities abound across every continent—but supply shocks, inflation, a global energy crisis, and geopolitical conflicts present deep challenges. This year’s FII included in-depth conversations about new pathways for global investment; analysis of industry trends; and networking opportunities among CEOs, world leaders, and experts.

Additionally, the 6th edition of FII included a focus on “a New Global Order” that faces unprecedented challenges as it dissolves distinctions between the physical world and the virtual world. Speakers and attendees discussed how this new global order could potentially ignite investments and innovations, catalyze sustainable investments to solve the energy crisis, and optimize the potential of youth populations.

The summit included sessions that directly touch on Omrania’s areas of expertise as a consulting office for architecture, engineering, urban planning, and construction supervision in KSA. Of particular interest were dialogues on investing in the new leisure economy and sustainable tourism, as well as the preservation of cultural heritage and the movement toward net zero circular economies.

These and other discussions help inform Omrania’s commitment to innovation in response to global challenges and opportunities.