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  • The IFN Dialogue
    High-level, invite-only roundtable events comprising senior regulators and market leaders representing the Islamic finance industry in specific jurisdictions ad sectors designed to provide feedback on critical issues in a Chatham House rule format leading to concrete solutions for long term sustainable growth
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  • 2016
  • 12th October 2016
    PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, New York

    Designed to profile the growing number of investment opportunities available to Shariah compliant investors, ranging from innovative real estate deals to agriculture and livestock investments, the IFN US Forum will bring together key industry players, asset and fund managers and financial intermediaries in the US representing the retail finance, debt and equity markets.

  • 17th & 18th October 2016
    Sofitel Abidjan Hotel Ivoire, Abidjan

    Africa is another vital region for the development of Islamic finance and has long been a hotbed of interest with its large Muslim population and exceptional natural resources. Hot on the heels of the phenomenal inaugural ICD led Africa Islamic Finance Forum held in the Cote d'Ivoire in October 2015, with over 600 delegates, IFN will once again collaborate with the ICD and the IDB to bring the event back to Abidjan in 2016. With full government support and hosting some of the most influential decision-makers in the industry, this event is not to be missed.

  • Kuala Lumpur
    Price: RM 2,150
    SIDC CPE - accredited: 10 CPE Points

    Zakat & Waqf - Based Financial Products
    19th October 2016

    Waqf is a financial charitable institution established by withholding one's property to eternally spend its revenue on fulfilling the various needs in a given society depending on the choice and condition made by the founder. Through its financial support it manages to provide varieties of goods and services needed in the different societies such as sheltering and feeding the poor and needy, providing education and promoting health care for the mass, financing the needy, opening jobs for the majority, activating business, constructing highways and linking countries and providing basic infrastructure. Waqf is not a new concept, however its recent emergence in its movable form of cash and corporate Waqf, and the opportunities this presents, have caught the attention of financial institutions and corporates alike.

  • 24th October 2016
    Kuwait City

    Kuwait is an interesting and developing Islamic finance market and 2016 will see the third annual IFN Kuwait Forum, building on the success of previous years and with the support of both local regulators and international participants to explore and encourage Shariah compliant investment opportunities into the country.

  • Kuala Lumpur
    Price: RM 2,150

    Shariah Requirement & Arrangement for Islamic Financial Product & Features
    27th October 2016

    REDmoney Seminars is pleased to offer an insightful, concise and incisive update on the Shariah standards and requirements, optional practices and arrangements for Hibah, Wadiah, Qard, Wakalah, Kafalah and Ijarah. Industry experts will cover the most important elements of each, and will identify key areas for attention and action.

  • Kuala Lumpur
    Price: RM 2,150

    Islamic Financial Solutions for Corporates
    3rd November 2016

    Outside observers of Islamic finance have suggested that the industry appears structured to best suit interests of investors, intermediaries, regulators, consultants and advisors rather than the end user: the corporate or the issuer. Conjecture aside, what is certainly true is that a relatively higher level of product complexity, increased regulatory, legal, documentary and Shariah responsibilities means Islamic finance and Islamic financial products can expose corporates to a myriad of challenges.

  • 23rd November 2016
    Colombo, Sri Lanka

    The Islamic fi nancial market of Sri Lanka may still be fragmented and may be in need of a better regulatory framework to level the playing fi eld, and the industry still faces challenges in terms of human capital pool and product development; however, the country is exhibiting positive momentum as interest is swelling from the ground up, attracting market players to continue to explore and build their capacity in Islamic fi nance.

  • 28th November 2016
    InterContinental, Jeddah

    Saudi Arabia is one of the most active and influential markets in the Islamic finance space today and certainly the biggest in the Gulf.

  • 2017
  • February 2017
    Tehran

    Continuing with this commitment, in 2017 IFN Iran will return for a one-day event in Tehran to provide industry players with an invaluable chance to explore the potential in this immense and immensely exciting market.

  • March 2017
    Muscat

    Having hosted the IFN Seminar, Dialogue and Report in 2016, the event for 2017 will evolve into a forum with an expected larger number of participants,against the backdrop of further inroads that Oman has made in the industry thus far. The forum will see experts and investors from neighboring countries weigh in on current economic challenges in light of lower commodity prices and volatile market conditions, and how the development of the Islamic financial market in the country will create an efficient alternative channel to mitigate further disruptions to business and economic activities.

  • March 2017

    The renminbi's recent inclusion into the IMF's special drawing rights reflects the growing prominence of the country's currency in international trade, investment and financing. With a lot more infrastructure projects needed in Asia, China will no doubt be playing a key role in the number of major transactions, including deals involving Islamic financing.

  • 10th & 11th April 2017
    Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

    Asia's fast- growing Islamic capital markets will no doubt be a space that investors will keep their eyes on, as opportunities abound in this exciting market, and IFN Asia Forum will provide a chance for the audience to gain a clearer picture on the ongoing trends in the region, with invaluable insights from market and industry experts.

  • 18th May 2017
    Shangri-la Hotel, Jakarta

    This one-day forum will provide global industry players access to Indonesia's key decision and policymakers as they discuss the current trends and issues facing the country's Islamic finance landscape. Indonesia remains a priority market for REDmoney events, given that developments in this market are expected to significantly impact the growth of the Asian Islamic finance industry.

  • 24th & 25th October 2017
    Chambre de Commerce, Luxembourg

    As investment pours in from Islamic investors across the Middle East, Asia and beyond, the industry is rapidly evolving to meet their demands and Europe remains part of the pulse of this exciting industry. The UK and Germany, among others, are increasingly tapping into Shariah compliant financial transactions. As new countries enter the fray and existing markets expand their scope, the forum will provide participants with an overview of key growth areas of this niche sector in the region.

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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DATE: 25th April 2016
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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DATE: 25th April 2016
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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DATE: 25th April 2016
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)a

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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DATE: 25th April 2016
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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DATE: 25th April 2016
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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DATE: 25th April 2016
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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DATE: 25th April 2016
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)a

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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DATE: 25th April 2016
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

IFN Europe Forum

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DATE: 21th April 2016
Chambre de Commerce, Luxembourg

IFN Europe Forum

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DATE: 21th April 2016
Chambre de Commerce, Luxembourg

IFN Europe Forum

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DATE: 21th April 2016
Chambre de Commerce, Luxembourg

IFN Europe Forum

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DATE: 21th April 2016
Chambre de Commerce, Luxembourg

 

 

The IFN Dialogues
The IFN Dialogues
 
  • Very informative, covering a wide range of topics with industry leaders emphasizing again Malaysia's vision to be a global leader in Islamic financing.
    Shell Refining Co (FOM)
  • An excellent annual meeting of Islamic finance players from different organizations.
    PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • This event provides good exposure to current issues and solutions in Islamic finance for the attendees.
    AmIslamic Bank
  • Overall, a very comprehensive coverage of all Islamic finance matters.
    Port of Tanjung Pelepas
  • The event presents an opportunity for brief insights into the Islamic finance industry and current views, which are instrumental to market players.
    AsiaPacific Advisory Services
  • A comprehensive and highly educational event that is power-packed with information.
    Philip Capital
  • This event provided useful insights on the practical issues and, to some extent, the solutions to challenges facing the Islamic finance industry.
    Permodalan Nasional
  • A good event to understand the latest developments regarding Islamic finance. The forum also provides opportunities to network.
    Takaful Malaysia
  • An event that is very informative for all parties. Not to be missed.
    Jabatan Akauntan Negara Malaysia
  • I am impressed with Malaysia's efforts to become the hub for Islamic finance and it seems they are already successful.
    Foreign Institutional Investors Association (FIIA) Korea
  • The forum was wonderful as it acted as a catalyst to increase awareness and understanding of Islamic finance and its practices.
    FELDA