The global Islamic finance industry has expanded 10% to 12% in 2021-2022. The expansion of Islamic banking and Islamic financial assets in the Middle East region along with Malaysia and Turkey has been robust. The Islamic finance industry is positioning itself towards more sustainable growth, on the premise of progress based on a unified legal and regulatory framework supported by higher digitization and FinTech collaboration.
The MENA Islamic Banking & Finance Summit, a strategic conference will engage in ushering the age of Islamic financial inclusion. The summit is organized by Nispana Global, headquartered in Dubai, and this exclusive event will bring together key stakeholders, decision-makers, thought leaders, and luminaries who are invested in driving Islamic finance and banking growth in the region. Some of the prestigious thought leaders and speakers presenting at the summit are; Ayman Sejiny, CEO, Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD); Ibrahim Al Mheiri, CEO & Head of Islamic Banking, Mashreq Al Islami Islamic Finance Company; Farah Jaafar, Managing Director & Chief Communications Officer Fusang; Ali Allawala, Head Islamic Banking – UAE, & Group Islamic Head of Consumer, Private, and Business Banking, Standard Chartered Bank; Matthew Gamser, CEO, SME Finance Forum, Managed by the IFC (International Finance Corporation); Fazal Rahim Abdul Rahim, Senior Vice President – Head of Sharia Control & Issc Secretary Ajman Bank; Chetan Parekh, Partner, Cedar Management Consulting International LLC; Wissam Fattouh, Secretary-General, The Union of Arab Banks; Syed Moosa Kaleem Al-Falahi, CEO, Islamic Bank of Afghanistan; Steven WONG Weng Leong, Chief Digital & Global Banking Strategist, China Construction Bank.
The Summit is delivered in a hybrid format and will open up deliberations ranging from Islamic capital markets outlook, the impact of digitization and FinTech inclusion in the sector, new avenues of growth for sukuk, takaful, private banking, etc. and improving the industry’s resilience and growth opportunities. The summit will further showcase the influence of women in Islamic finance.
The Summit will represent an important platform to promote discussion across the region and Islamic finance stakeholders. The event is designed to encourage positive dialog to promote and strengthen the current Islamic Banking and Finance principles and the amalgamation of technology for the futuristic growth of the industry.
Join us at the premier MENA Islamic Banking and Finance Summit on March 15 and 16, 2022, being held at The Marriott Hotel, Al Jaddaf, Dubai. Across, 2 days of the summit multiple sessions will showcase Islamic banking benchmarks, digital integration to improve Islamic banking and finance penetration, and propagation of sustainable Islamic banking growth. The strategic event is sponsored and supported by Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD); Cedar Management Consulting International LLC; Labuan IBFC; Nintex; LOTUS Bank; Ovamba Solutions, Inc.; United Security Printing USP; Standard Chartered Bank ( Saadiq Islamic ); Bank Nizwa; Fusang.