Date: 14th November 2019
Speakers: 50 Speakers
About The Forum
Jordan has been working hard to build its Islamic finance ecosystem with the hope of attracting long-term investments to aid the country’s Sustainable Development Agenda 2030, for which the government has the strong support of the IDB, the World Bank and the UN.
With a total of four Shariah banks, Jordan’s Islamic banking and finance industry is exhibiting promising growth. The government floated its maiden Sukuk paper in 2016, which encouraged a number of entities to follow suit. Following a successful dialogue in 2017, IFN returns to Jordan in 2019 with a one-day forum which will gather local regulators, industry practitioners and international key players to participate in thought-provoking and engaging sessions on the nation’s Shariah banking and finance industry.
Last Visit to Africa
On 21st November Amman will play host to the inaugural IFN Jordan Dialogue. With the participation of local regulators and market players, the IFN Jordan Dialogue will explore the development and growth of Shariah compliant finance and investment opportunities in Jordan.
The DialogueIFN Dialogues offer an independent and impartial platform for the identification and resolution of specific issues, challenges and opportunities facing the industry through a high-level discussion designed to determine the potential development of a particular country, sector or asset class.
Chaired by an industry leader, this thought-provoking exclusive session brings together the industry’s elite with extensive knowledge of that particular market and industry regulators.
The Jordan Dialogue will consist of local regulators, industry practitioners and international key players.