Islamic Finance has been a fast growing business vehicle in international finance platform and the trend is growing favourably globally.
On 30 November 2015, “A Global Trend for Islamic Finance” seminar was held at Alice Lam Lecture Theatre. Organised by the Executive the Development Centre & Department of Economics and Finance of HSMC, supported by our partnering units, Nova and IBFIM, the training arm of the Malaysian Central Bank, the seminar was concluded successfully with the enthusiastic participation from over 100 financial practitioners, academics, staff and students.
Mr Zairulnizad SHAHRIM, Associate Director of Islamic Market Department of Amlnvestment Bank Berhard, also an Islamic Capital Market Expert, shared the main rule of Islamic Finance. He also shared the differences between Islamic Banking and Conventional Banking – absence of interest-based transactions, avoidance of uncertainty and prohibition of gambling and related engagement.
For the event details, please visit Global Trend for Islamic Finance
Attachment: OVERVIEW OF ISLAMIC FINANCE – A GLOBAL VIEW.pdf
Ms Joanna Kwok, Director of EDC (1st from right ), together with Dr David Chui, Head of Department of Economics and Finance (3rd from right) of HSMC welcomed the guests from IBFIM and Nova Training & Education Institute
Ms Joanna Kwok presented a souvenir to Ms Evangeline Ho, General Manager of Nova Training & Education Institute (left)
Dr David Chui (right) presented a souvenir to our speaker from IBFIM
Mr Zairulnizad Shahrim, Islamic Capital Market Expert, spoke at the seminar
Enthusiastic participation from over hundreds of guests, academics and students