Date: October 2019
Remaining: 150 Seats
Speakers: 50 Speakers
About The Forum
Hailed as the new frontier for Islamic finance, Africa – where a quarter of the world’s Muslim population call home – is a land fertile with opportunities. In recent years, the continent has seen promising developments in the Islamic finance space: country and regional authorities are pushing for new regulations to facilitate Shariah compliant transactions; new financial institutions offering Islamic products are emerging; foreign banks are establishing an African presence primarily to tap the Muslim population; and more African sovereigns are making their mark in the Sukuk space. It is truly an exciting time for Islamic finance in Africa! On the back of this vibrant landscape, IFN is delighted to return to Africa again with IFN Africa Forum 2019; this time in Kenya, one of the fastest-growing Islamic finance markets in the region. Recognized as one of the leading Islamic finance event brands in the region, IFN Africa Forum will gather leading market practitioners and regulators from across Africa to discuss and debate the most pressing issues of the industry
Last Visit to Nairobi
IFN Kenya Forum 2017
Kenya, one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa, is now a leading contender in the bid to become Africa’s Islamic finance hub.
Efforts by Kenya’s financial regulators have paid off and paved the way forward for the country’s Islamic finance industry. With its much anticipated sovereign issuance, recently proposed CMA legislation promoting the use of Islamic financial products and the government’s commitment to position Kenya as a center of excellence for Shariah finance, the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector and REDmoney Events are pleased to announce that our inaugural IFN Kenya Forum will take place in Nairobi on 27th November.
With all eyes on Kenya’s progress in Islamic finance, the IFN Kenya Forum will host some of the most influential Islamic finance dealmakers from Europe, the Middle East and key African economies.