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MIFC Epicentre October 2015 / Muharram 1437H
Ethical, equitable, social and sustainable investments are all synonymous to both Islamic finance and SRI. In both instances, investors seek to achieve a strong return on their investments; and similarly, to take into account the social returns and society. Therefore understanding the scope of SRI and Islamic finance are essential in order to match the available opportunities.
Webinar: Islamic Finance and Green Economy - A Promising Prospect
Watch the webinar on 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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Islamic Finance 2016 Outlook by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, 23 October 2015
Islamic Finance 2016 Outlook, a briefing by S&P on major credit trends and outlook for global Islamic finance and the sukuk market for 2016. Key
discussion topics include; Global Islamic finance and Sukuk market outlook 2016, Sukuk issuance trends in Malaysia, and Sukuk and Islamic banking innovation trends in different markets.
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