Five days after he began his tour of the United States, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has arrived at his next stop in New York where he will he is expected to meet with several prominent businessmen and Wall Street bankers.
According to information obtained by Al Arabiya, the Saudi Crown Prince’s agenda will be filled with meetings both political and economic in nature and expected to last will last for five days starting from Monday until March 30.
According to sources, Prince Mohammed will also host a dinner on Monday with Bloomberg and heads of several American companies.
The crown prince will also participate in the Saudi-US Forum in New York on Tuesday, the Saudi embassy in Washington said. Other scheduled meetings will also include companies specialized in hospitality and tourism with a focus on Saudi Arabia mega-project NEOM in the Red Sea.
The Saudi-US forum will be attended by prominent figures, such as JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, Co-Founder of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co Henry Kravis, and Chief Executive Officer of NASDAQ Adena Friedman.
Sources told Reuters earlier that Blackstone Group CEO Stephen A. Schwarzman will host an event on Thursday in honor of the crown prince.