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MIFC Epicentre October 2015 / Muharram 1437H
During the global financial crisis and its aftermath, Islamic financial institutions were less affected, protected by their fundamental operating principles of risk sharing and the avoidance of leverage and speculative financial products. This has led to a greater appreciation of the role of Islamic finance in supporting economic growth across the globe. With its in-built principles that support financial stability, inclusiveness and economic development, Islamic finance lends itself well to catalysing and promoting real economic development.
Keynote Address on the Business Mission to Morocco by HRH Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah
Islamic finance can and ought to offer more long-term solutions that will drive both growth and sustainability by taking into consideration the well-being of society, economic prosperity and the environment. There are three areas in which the industry can play a far more significant role moving forward.
Malaysia’s Royal Award for Islamic finance Calls for Global Nominations
Malaysia’s Royal Award for Islamic Finance commenced a global search to honour an exceptional individual in the field of Islamic finance, with the opening of nominations for the fourth recipient of the Royal Award. The Royal Award, which was inaugurated in 2010 as a biennial award, is spearheaded by Bank Negara Malaysia and the Securities Commission Malaysia in support of Malaysia as an Islamic finance marketplace.
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