The conference was organized by the Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance.
6 – 7 JULY 2009 – HAMMAMET : “FIRST MEDITERRANEAN CRITICAL STUDIES IN ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE CONFERENCE”
The position of Keynes and the Islamic finance on the interest rate issue: a convergent analysis on the reasons of the current financial crisis.
This third edition of the ITS themed “Pathways to Capitalize on the Market Opportunity” was once again attended by key representatives of the Shariah-compliant insurance industry. Alberto Brugnoni chaired for the third year in a row the event.
The conference has brought together researchers and scholars of conventional and interest rate-free microfinance that have debated on how to make this form of financing more effective and social inclusive.
The 6th edition of TERRAFUTURA, a key Italian annual event, focused on the ways and means to guarantee a future to our planet. Its cornerstones are the good practices that make social, economic and environmental relations sustainable both in the private and the public domains.
20 – 21 MAY 2009 – KUALA LUMPUR : “THE 2ND ISLAMIC VENTURE CAPITAL AND PRIVATE EQUITY CONFERENCE 2009”
The conference organized by the ‘Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia’ (IBFIM) and the ‘Malaysia Venture Capital Association’ (MVCA) was attended by the key players of the Pacific Rim region.
12 – 13 MAY 2009 – MILAN : “EUROPEAN FORUM OF ISLAMIC FINANCE : PREREQUISITE STRATEGY FOR A BETTER HARMONISATION”
The Forum has gathered for the first time in Italy some of the most important international experts who have debated on the ways and means to set the scene for the harmonious development of Islamic finance in Europe.
The participation of nearly 400 senior executives, professionals and stakeholders coupled with the quality of debate and of the presentations, made the WTC 2009 edition one of the largest gatherings of the Takāful industry of the year.
This first conference on Islamic Finance held in Scotland, jointly organized by the ‘Islamic Finance Council UK’ and the ‘Scottish Financial Enterprise’, was attended by members of the Scottish government and key members of the Scottish financial community.