Valentino Cattelan attended on behalf of ASSAIF this first-of-its-kind event on the role of women in Islamic finance. The seminar, hosted by Norton Rose, saw the contribution of key female players on Islamic finance.
Alberto Brugnoni attended the ‘Guru Day’ themed “Ethical Financing And Micro Financing In The Muslim World” and debated with Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank, on the merits of Shariah-compliant versus conventional microfinance.
Alberto Brugnoni moderated the “3rd Annual Failaka Islamic Fund Awards” for the best sharia-compliant equity funds in the world. These funds invest on the basis of extremely stringent ethical and financial guidelines.
The forum, themed ‘The European Challenge’ was organized by the Islamic Finance Service Board and hosted by the German Central Bank. It made the point on the current situation and prospects of Islamic finance in Germany and the EU.
This conference was one-of-a-kind to explore how the Islamic financial industry should develop in the coming years and how it could broaden its appeal to socially aware consumers.
This two-day event focused on real estate Shariah-compliant finance issues and developments both in the Gulf countries and in the EU.
Alberto Brugnoni chaired the first international conferences on Takāful that eventually would emerge as a must-attend annual event in London. This summit that gathered the principal players of the industry.
The conference was organised by the Municipality of Padua, a renown center of catholic finance, entrepreneurship and NGOs. A. Brugnoni and M. Mauri spoke at this well-attended evening event.
Alberto Brugnoni chaired this summit that gathered academicians and practitioners that debated the issues facing the Islamic capital markets. The event was attended by Antea Brugnoni.