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MIFC Epicentre June 2015 / Ramadhan 1436H
Demand for Islamic finance talent is set to grow in tandem with a rapidly expanding industry, especially as Islamic finance evolves to be more competitive and increasingly sophisticated. Efforts to expand and enrich Islamic finance knowledge and practical skills have been encouraging. Overall, demand for Islamic finance talent is expected to continue rising, while training providers continue to rise to meet the challenges of supporting the unique needs of the industry.
Speech by Dato’ Muhammad bin Ibrahim, Deputy Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, at the 9th Regional Shari'ah Scholar Dialogue
I would like to congratulate the organizers; Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah (UIN) Jakarta and the International Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance or ISRA for their initiatives in organising this Dialogue. This Dialogue was initiated in 2006 by Bank Negara Malaysia and subsequently led by ISRA. Our sole intention has always been to promote mutual understanding and close collaboration among Islamic scholars in this region on issues relating to fiqh muamalat and Islamic finance.
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