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    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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  • 2018
  • KUALA LUMPUR
    Price: RM3000

    LATEST ISSUES IN LEGAL DOCUMENTATION FOR ISLAMIC FINANCE
    23rd & 24th January 2018

    REDmoney Seminars present a two-day program to provide a comprehensive understanding and update on Shariah compliant legal documentation for various forms of Islamic financial transactions. The programme will analyse the process of structuring legal documentation for major Islamic financial transactions, including latest updates on Murabahah, Tawarruq, Ijarah as well as equitybased products such as Musharakah. We shall cover various Bank Negara Malaysia Policy Documents in detail. We also examine Sukuk risk and how awareness of key legal and documentation issues in Sukuk structuring can help mitigate and manage the special risks associated with Sukuk issuance. This workshop is meant to interactive focusing on case studies and practical examples from actual transactions executed in the industry.

  • 11th March 2018
    Ritz Carlton DIFC, Dubai

    The IFN World Leaders Summit is a unique invite-only annual meeting gathering CEOs of Islamic financial institutions, top business leaders, policymakers, legal experts, economists and thought leaders from key Shariah finance markets to critically discuss and debate the most pressing issues facing the Islamic finance industry.

  • 13th March 2018
    Grand Millennium Muscat

    As one of the last GCC nations to join its peers in tapping the Islamic finance industry, Oman has been the hotbed of interest in the GCC region for investors and corporates alike for almost half a decade now. The development of the Islamic finance and banking industry has been an important contributor to the country’s economic growth, with efforts to grow the sector being exercised frequently to compete with its neighbors.

  • 27th March 2018
    King & Wood Mallesons, Sydney

    A booming Shariah property market, a thriving Islamic investment fund sector and a flourishing Halal mortgage segment are capturing the attention and dollars of both international and local investors keen to capitalize on the economic stability and lucrative investment opportunities in Australia.

  • April 2018
    Kazakhstan, Astana

    IFN CIS Forum will return in 2018 to Astana, Kazakhstan to engage players and regulators from key Islamic finance markets globally and from the Commonwealth of Independent States. The event, expected to have a larger crowd than in 2017, will be looking at a promising market that presents various opportunities across the Islamic finance industry.

  • 17th April 2018
    Novotel Casa City Center, Casablanca

    The participation finance (Islamic finance) industry is poised for growth in Morocco. Initiated back in 2014 with the vote of the participation finance bill, the development of an exhaustive regulatory framework aiming to accommodate all aspects of participation finance in Morocco reached a whole new level in 2017 when the eight banks that were granted licenses in January were finally allowed – seven months later – to offer Shariah compliant products. This major milestone was preceded by the inauguration of the banks’ network of branches dedicated to participation finance activities, particularly throughout the first half of the year.

  • 7th May 2018
    Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

    IFN flagship event, IFN Asia Forum, will be back in Kuala Lumpur, using a new format to deliver more impactful discussion on one of the world’s most significant regions for Islamic finance.

  • 5th September 2018
    Mansion House, London

    IFN Europe Forum returns to the UK once again to build on the exceptional success of 2017, providing a unique platform for regional players to explore all that Europe has to offer in terms of Islamic finance opportunities.

  • 10th September 2018
    Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus, Istanbul

    As Turkey wants to emerge as a gateway for participation finance (Islamic finance) in connecting Asia and Europe, IFN Turkey Forum will be back in Istanbul in September to offer market players the opportunity to discuss how the country has progressed thus far in achieving its objectives.

  • 1st October 2018
    Four Seasons Hotel, Jakarta

    Indonesia is an Islamic finance giant waiting to be awakened, and events from recent years have indeed stirred the world’s most populous Muslim nation awake. Under the leadership of President Joko Widodo, the government has upped the ante raising its Islamic finance game to a whole new level propped up by a slew of new regulations and initiatives. Armed with a strong political will, the Republic has a firm grip on its title as a world-class Sukuk contender, issuing more sovereign Sukuk than any other nations globally.

  • October 2018
    Nairobi, Kenya

    The year 2017 went down in the annals of the history of the Islamic finance industry of Africa as the year when Islamic finance finally kick-started in Morocco and was unlocked in Algeria and the year when Nigeria issued its long-awaited maiden Sukuk. And this is only the tip of the iceberg. To cut a long story short, Africa is not just a promising market; for many observers and analysts, it is Islamic banking’s new frontier.

  • 11th October 2018
    PricewaterhouseCoopers , New York

    Returning to the US for the fourth time, IFN Americas Forum 2018 will offer practitioners a unique chance to discover, discuss and dissect the opportunities for Islamic finance across some of the world’s most populous and influential countries.

  • 5th November 2018
    The Regency, Kuwait

    Kuwait, an important market for Islamic finance with a long-standing commitment to Islamic banking and finance, is poised to have a growing Shariah finance industry with recent market developments.

  • 7th November 2018
    Al Faisaliah Hotel, Riyadh

    IFN returns to Saudi Arabia for the seventh time to host one of the biggest events in its annual calendar. IFN Saudi Arabia Forum 2018 will be held in Riyadh to explore the opportunities in one of the most active and influential markets in the Islamic financial world, bringing the Kingdom onto the global stage and opening up the market for local, domestic and international players interested in entering this most vibrant of industries.

  • 14th November 2018
    Le Meridien, Kuala Lumpur

    Launched in April 2015, IFN Investor Forum has been widely embraced by the industry to great success as the platform to discuss and debate all things related to Islamic investments. Welcoming a broad range of investors from all corners of the world, IFN Investor Forum will stage a comeback in 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, one of the most advanced Shariah finance capitals of the world.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

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Human Capital Islamic Finance

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Human Capital Islamic Finance

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The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

Human Capital Islamic Finance

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Human Capital Islamic Finance

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Human Capital Islamic Finance

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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

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  • 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