MIFC Epicentre January 2014 / Rabiulawal 1435H
The global Islamic finance industry has sustained impressive double-digit growth in 2013 despite challenging global economic conditions, such as the emerging markets funds outflows in the light of tapering in US quantitative easing programme, the US public sector shutdown over its budget deficit fiscal cliff, as well as slow recovery in the Eurozone.
Other Highlights:
Malaysia's Royal Award for Islamic Finance Calls for Global Nominations
Malaysia's Royal Award for Islamic Finance (The Royal Award) commences the third global search to honour an exceptional individual in the field of Islamic finance, with the opening of nominations. The closing date for nomination is 31 January 2014, interested persons and parties can submit their nomination online via the website http://award.mifc.com or via email RAIFSecretariat@seccom.com.my.
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