Islamic Financial Intelligence Summit 2013
Islamic Financial Intelligence Summit 2013
Where next for Islamic finance?

Monday 11th November 2013 l Sasana Kijang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Islamic finance sector continues to grow at a rapid rate, with little sign of deceleration. Between 2006 and 2012 total assets of sharia-compliant institutions increased from $386 billion to $1,166 billion, a compound annual growth rate of 19%. 

Islamic finance is therefore a well-established and integral part of the new world order, occupying a large niche in the market. The question now is, how far beyond that niche can it go, or does it want to go? 

FT Live and The Banker magazine, in association with Bank Negara Malaysia, present the 6th Annual Islamic Financial Intelligence Summit, a full day event focusing on the future direction of this dynamic area of finance.

Senior executives, regulators, sharia scholars and other experts will examine the current and future trends in demand for, and supply of, Islamic finance. 

Specific topics for discussion will include the drivers and inhibitors of future growth, expanding into foreign markets, tapping into the financially excluded and the rising number of Muslim middle classes and high net-worth individuals, providing sharia-compliant financial services to meet the needs of companies and public sector bodies, especially for the large infrastructure projects planned for the Middle East and Asia, product innovation and the challenges of achieving sharia compliance.

The findings of The Banker’s “Top Islamic Financial Institutions 2013” to be published in November will also be revealed, providing an unparalleled level of statistical analysis and comment.

Register now to join a host of leading financial leaders and representatives at the Summit as we discuss the way forward for Islamic finance*
*Places are strictly limited and subject to approval.

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