epicentre December 2013 / Safar 1435H
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Supported by the surge in availability of Shariah-compliant capital market instruments, the global Islamic funds industry demonstrated impressive growth in the face of a challenging global macroeconomic environment and volatile performances in the world financial market. Further opportunities are expected to come from untapped markets in Asia-Pacific and North-America.
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Other Highlights:
Managing Issues and Challenges in the Islamic Wealth Management Industry
BNP Paribas-INCEIF Centre for Islamic Wealth Management organised the inaugural colloquium on `Managing Issues and Challenges in the Islamic Wealth Management Industry'. The one-day colloquium brought together experts and academicians to share their expertise in Islamic Wealth Management.

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