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5th Islamic Markets Programme

5th Islamic Markets Programme (IMP) 
"Gearing Up to Meet Future Challenges"
4 - 9 July 2010, Securities Commission Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

The program (which can be found here) aims to provide participants with the ability to evaluate issues regarding the need for clarity, certainty and sound legal and regulatory foundations surrounding capital market products based on Shariah fundamentals.

A wide variety of issues are covered and participants will gain an understanding of the ethical foundations of Islamic finance; how it differs from conventional finance and how its differences make it a more stable system; and will also be able to articulate what needs to be done to provide Islamic finance with a sustaining regulatory and legal framework and why the Malaysian approach has been resilient.

For further details, email sidc@sidc.com.my.
To register, please fill up the registration form (pdf).
Download the programme brochure (pdf).

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