Revisiting Shari’a financial instruments. A round-table discussion with
Globally, Islamic finance continues to grow at 15-20% a year – but even before the current financial turmoil, it was facing serious growing pains. And it certainly cannot expect to be exempt from the upheavals throughout the financial services sector.
Can Islamic finance survive a global contraction of credit with its principles intact? Will it suffer more or less from the strains that global finance finds itself under? Was it, after all, just a bull-market phenomenon? Or is there a real, underlying demand that will support the sector and help it devise new products for new markets?
These are big issues, and we are delighted to be able to revisit the Islamic financial space that we looked at last April. This time, our key speakers include senior figures from two major Shari’a compliant players in the
- Humphrey Percy is CEO of Bank of London and the
- Mohammed Amin leads PwC’s Islamic finance practice in the
- Siti Faridah Abdul Jabbar is a
If you or a colleague (we are always keen to bring new people on board) would like to join us, would you please let us know as soon as possible by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by ringing 020 7493 0173. As usual, refreshments will be provided.