MIFC Epicentre September 2017 / Zulhijjah 1438H
 
The issuance of world’s first Green SRI sukuk by Malaysia not only serves as a testament for its leadership in sukuk market but also exemplifies the country’s commitment towards green and sustainable responsible investments. Malaysia’s experience in facilitating the green sukuk issuance by developing the necessary framework and infrastructure for a conducive market of green sukuk is set to become a model in bridging Islamic finance and SRI industry.
   
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS:
Deputy Governor's Address at the Value-Based Intermediation (VBI) Dialogue
Over the years, finance has lifted the lives of many, enabled businesses to grow and helped to fund the construction of public infrastructure that we now depend on. Yet, as the global economy transforms and society evolves, the question as to whether the financial sector is sufficiently serving the needs of the real economy continues to be debated. 
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INCEIF working with IFRC to develop IF instruments to raise funds
INCEIF is working with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to develop innovative ways to raise funds aimed at better serving communities and meeting global shortfalls in finances needed for humanitarian action.
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The IFSB Announces the Speakers for its Global Summit 2017
The IFSB Summit 2017 on 22 – 24 October 2017 in Abu Dhabi, UAE, will see a distinguished line-up of the key global players and thought leaders, from among the regulators. Multilaterals market players and other stakeholders of the Islamic financial services industry, taking the stage to discuss the theme “Reinvigorating the Momentum of Islamic Finance: Solidifying Resilience and Sustaining Growth”.
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