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MIFC Epicentre January 2016 / Rabiulawal 1437H
Sustainable Responsible and Impactful investments have grown tremendously over the past few years as they have experienced a sharp rise in both the increase in amount of assets under management and the number of investors as well. This 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.
Islamic Funds Industry: 2015 Review & Outlook
In 3Q 2015, total global Islamic assets under management (AuM) stood at USD60.2 billion. The sector is conservatively projected to grow by 5.05% per annum for the next five years to reach USD77 billion in value by 2019. This is substantiated by a number of facts, such as the average growth rate of Islamic funds at 9.55% per annum over the past five years.
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