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MIFC Epicentre December 2015 / Rabi Al-Awaal 1437H
The growth of talented human capital is an essential step towards a sustainable Islamic finance system. Globally, while many countries are hindered by a shortage of skilled Islamic finance workforce, they are also implementing initiatives to counteract this issue. Ideally, these countries aim to supply an Islamic finance workforce that is equipped with the right set of competencies and skills.
Deputy Governor's Keynote Address at the 10th Anniversary Dinner of IIUM Institute Islamic Banking and Finance - Islamic Finance and Education, Thinking
The 10th Anniversary Dinner of IIUM Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance is a significant milestone. Over the years, it has produced increasing number of Islamic finance graduates. While the celebration of success is well deserved for the Institute, as it in itself an important element to motivate and inspire continuous achievements, at the same time, it would be meaningful to reflect on our achievements and assess the extent of our success in upholding the true values of Islamic finance.
Launch of "SRI (Sustainable Responsible and Impactful) & the Case for Islamic Funds" booklet by BNP Paribas-INCEIF Centre for Islamic Wealth Management
The SRI booklet is a joint effort between CIWM and the Malaysian International Islamic Financial Centre (MIFC) to raise awareness on the inextricable link between sustainable and Shariah compliant investments. The key objective of this publication is to create awareness on shared SRI and Islamic finance value propositions and develop a global interest for SRI sukuk. It also seeks to support business engagements in securing SRI mandates and Environmental, Social & Governance-based business.
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