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Inaugural SC – OCIS Forum

Inaugural SC – OCIS Forum
“Contribution of Islamic Finance Post Global Financial Crisis”

Tuesday 16 March 2010
Securities Commission Malaysia

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) and the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (OCIS) have collaborated to create an international platform for a discourse on topical issues and challenges faced in bringing Islamic finance into the mainstream. This Forum aims to facilitate wider learning and encourage appreciation and acceptance of topical Islamic finance issues.

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  • Dato’ Mohd Razif Abd Kadir, Deputy Governor, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)
  • Dr Abbas Mirakhor, Former Executive Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  • Dr Mohamed Ali Elgari, Professor of Islamic Economics, King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah
  • Abdulkader Thomas, President & CEO, SHAPE™ Financial Corp, USA and Kuwait
  • Professor Habib Ahmed, Sharjah Chair in Islamic Law and Finance, Durham University, UK
  • Davide Barzilai, Banking Partner, Norton Rose LLP, UK
  • Andri Aidham Ahmad Badri, Partner, Kadir Andri & Partners, Malaysia
  • Rafe Haneef, Fajr Capital, Malaysia


1 comment:

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