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MIFC Epicentre September 2015 / Zulhijjah 1436H
 
As the Islamic financial industry continues to evolve and experience growth, it is also gaining sophistication in its appeal to demanding investors. As a prime example, Shariah-compliant PE/VC is an ideal model for Islamic finance as it represents the participatory modes of financing imbued with risk sharing concept.
   
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Islamic Finance and Green Economy: A Promising Prospect
On 28 September 2015, MIFC Promotions Unit (MPU) hosted its inaugural webinar session (an online seminar over the internet) entitled "Islamic Finance: Ready to Finance a Greener World." The webinar session featured Mr. Hussam Sultan, Senior Product Manager, HSBC Amanah Malaysia and Tuan Syed Ahmad Syed Mustafa, Vice President of Green Growth, Malaysia Green Technology Corporation as panellists and was moderated by En. Shazmeer Mokhtar, Acting Deputy Director of MPU.
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