19 - 21 April, 2020 | Dubai, UAE

Jignesh Sanghvi

CFO Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC)

With over 17 years of industry experience across the APA and EMEA regions, today, Jignesh is responsible for financial strategy at DMCC, with a core objective to cement DMCC’s position as the global hub for commodities trade and enterprise.

His passion for strategic planning, strong financial leadership combined with maintaining the highest level of corporate governance are key drivers to Jignesh’s career advancement which also led to his CFO of the Year 2015 and 2016 – Government Sector Award.

Jignesh is a firm believer in continuous reinvention to stay ahead of the curve, and has been instrumental in DMCC’s growth and innovation story – from successfully navigating through choppy waters during the global recession – to more recently digitalising the business to ensure DMCC’s employees and customers can operate as efficiently as possible.

Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in commerce from Gujarat University, Jignesh is a registered chartered accountant in India, United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. He also received his postgraduate diploma in business administration with a specialisation in finance from Symbiosis, India.

He is a board member of the Dubai Gold & Commodity Exchange (DGCX), region fastest growing derivatives exchange and Concordia DMCC, integrated Facilities management company.

Jignesh also serves as a member on the ACCA Member Advisory Committee and MECA CFO Steering Committee.

Conference Day One Monday, 17 June 2019

Monday, June 17th, 2019


What is the true value of data, and is more data always better?
Having a firm grasp of how data is acquired and used is increasingly important for ambitious corporates seeking expansion in the modern economy.
This discussion will highlight the CFO’s role in directing decision-making using, and how to assign value to something that is in a constant state of flux.
Key question: How can we meaningfully value data from an economic point of view?
• Commodity – From creation to consumption and monetisation, is there any benefit to viewing data as a commodity?
• Liability – What are the opportunities and risks for organisations in the safekeeping of data?
• Collaboration – Will there be global collaborative alignment on the future of data, or will it be fragmented?

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Jignesh.

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