MIFC Epicentre April 2016 / Rejab 1437H
Technological advancement in finance provides better and faster access whilst providing newer financial transaction options. Currently, through internet and mobile banking, customers are able to execute financial and non-financial transactions from any location. As Islamic finance progresses, technology is becoming a key enabler for future business.
Visa & AIBIM on the Lookout for Fintech Startups
Visa and the Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM) have partnered to launch the ASEAN Fintech Challenge in conjunction with the Global Islamic Finance Forum 2016 (GIFF) from 10th to 12th May in Kuala Lumpur. GIFF presents a great opportunity for fintech startups to showcase their offerings for Islamic finance
Shariah Compliant Crowdfunding at Kuala Lumpur’s Global Islamic Finance Forum
EthisCrowd.com, a Shariah compliant crowdfunding platform, aims to raise up to S$1 million in real estate crowdfunding from senior executives and delegates present at the Global Islamic Finance Forum (GIFF) 5.0 in Kuala Lumpur, 10 to 12 May 2016. The forum, in its fifth iteration, is organised by the Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM), and is themed “Dream Big, Grow Beyond”.
Launch of RHB Islamic ASEAN Megatrend Fund
RHB Islamic International Asset Management  launched the RHB Islamic ASEAN Megatrend Fund. The Fund is set to complement the government’s efforts in developing and growing the Islamic Finance marketplace with the aspiration to position Malaysia as a key player.
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