09:00:00 – 09:05:00
Welcome Remarks

09:05:00 – 09:30:00
Keynote Interview

09:30:00 – 10:30:00
Opening Bell: Leading Corporates Discuss Funding and Capital Raising Options

We examine funding in key sectors and industries and ask what represents effective corporate finance and capital-raising strategies across multi-product areas and markets. What do corporates want and what can Islamic finance offer? How can the Malaysian GLC sector further employ and benefit from Islamic funding options? We ask a high-level panel to share their expertise and views.

10:30:00 – 11:00:00
Coffee & Networking

11:00:00 – 12:00:00
Technology and Shariah Compliant Financing and Capital Raising

What does technological innovation mean for capital raising and financing for Shariah-compliant issuers? What is new and what is the next big technological shift in the capital raising process, and what must incumbent intermediaries do to remain competitive and relevant? What does Blockchain offer potential Sukuk issuers? Through an expert panel we seek answers.

12:00:00 – 12:30:00
Interview: The Islamic Financial Institution of the Future - Digitization, Smart Contracts and Blockchain

We ask how corporate and retail banking, Takaful and payments are set to be revolutionised by the widespread adoption of digital disintermediation and distributed ledger technology

12:30:00 – 14:00:00
Lunch and Networking

14:00:00 – 15:00:00
Sovereign, Multi-Lateral and Supranational Issuers and the Islamic Market

We ask a leading panel for their views on sovereign and multi-lateral agency issuance and ask what Islamic funding facilities can offer governments, development banks and Supranational organizations. What are these issuers looking for in terms of pricing, tenor, structure and distribution?

15:00:00 – 15:25:00
Interview: The Macro View – Global Economic Indicators and the Islamic Capital Market

15:25:00 – 16:25:00
Funding, Liquidity Issues & Supervision of Islamic Financial Institutions

We identify and discuss operational issues and challenges faced by Islamic financial institutions, including adherence to Basel III liquidity and IFSB regulatory requirements. What other supervisory and regulatory issues do Islamic financial institutions face and what are the solutions? What can regulatory capital Sukuk issuance and the use of tools such as Commodity Murabahah offer Islamic financial institutions going forward?

16:25:00 – 17:00:00
Real Estate & Infrastructure Financing using Islamic Facilities in Southeast Asia

We discuss the current environment in Southeast Asia for funding real estate and infrastructure and explore the continuing role played by Islamic finance. What are the latest trends, themes and opportunities? How can Shariah compliance be achieved on large, complex real estate and infrastructure transactions and what structures can be offered through Islamic finance?

17:00:00 – 17:30:00
Coffee & Networking

17:30:00 –
End of Forum