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MIFC Epicentre September 2015 / Zulhijjah 1436H
Integration between the world halal industry and the global Islamic finance system is a huge developmental potential for the growth and expansion of Islamic economics in the world markets. Increasing demand for halal products from growing Muslim communities provides opportunities for Islamic finance to ensure a complete cycle of Shariah-compliant products and services.
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Governor's Speech at the Global Ethical Finance Forum - Building Financial Systems for Sustainable Development
Having made important progress on this front, it is timely to direct our attention to developing more enduring solutions that will place the financial sector firmly back in the service of society. This calls for a closer examination of the fundamental character of modern finance - where ethical and responsible finance that is strongly anchored to the real economy has a more significant role.
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The International Finance Facility for Immunisation Company Issues Second Sukuk, Raising USD200 million
The International Finance Facility for Immunisation Company (IFFIm) issued its second Sukuk, raising USD 200 million for children’s immunisation. This Sukuk brings together two rapidly growing fields: Islamic Finance and Socially Responsible Investing.
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