epicentre September 2013 / Zulkaedah 1434H
The opportunities in Islamic finance have been widely acted upon by many jurisdictions beyond the Muslim world. Countries including Australia, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Singapore and United Kingdom have all taken measures to make Islamic finance an integral part of their financial systems.

By implementing reforms and amendments to national financial legislations, many of the world's regulators and government institutions are creating environments for Islamic financial systems to flourish.
Other Highlights:
Maybank Islamic, the Greater London Authority and WIEF to boost trade and investments between Malaysia, ASEAN and London
Muzaffar Hisham, Chief Executive Officer of Maybank Islamic, Edward Lister, Deputy Mayor of London and Syed Abu Bakar Almohdzar, Managing Director of the World Islamic Economic Forum have reiterated the importance of boosting trade, investments and business between Malaysia, ASEAN and London through Islamic finance.
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