Islamic banking could be the more economically viable and sustainable model of financing going forward, a report said.
Following last week’s World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC) in Manama, Bahrain, the report published by
Global Islamic banking assets with commercial banks are expected to reach $1.72 trillion in 2013, as against $1.54 trillion last year, marking a growth of 11.68 per cent, a report said.
Six rapid-growth markets including Qatar, In
Gulf Connexions, one of the world’s fastest growing specialist executive recruitment companies, will be the Official Recruitment Consultancy for the upcoming the World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC 2013) in Bahrain.
More than 1,300 participants from over 50 countries will be in Bahrain this December for the 20th anniversary special edition of the 'World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC 2013)' being hosted by the kingdom.
Held under th
Mohammed Bucheerei, the chief executive of Bahrain-based Islamic retail bank Ithmaar, was named the 2012 World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC) Islamic Banker of the Year at a gala dinner at the Gulf Hotel in Manama.
The WIBC Isl
Bahrain Financial Harbour Holding Company backed the 18th annual World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC), the world's largest and most influential annual gathering of international industry leaders in the global Islamic finance industry.
Financial organisations from Bermuda and Luxembourg will be making their first appearance at this year's World Islamic Banking Conference.
And there will be a return of representation from Singapore as well as a strong turnout from Malaysi
Leading players and experts in the international Islamic finance industry will take part in the 18th Annual World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC 2011), which opens in Bahrain tomorrow (November 21).
The three-day event, at the Gulf Hotel
International and regional industry Islamic finance experts will meet next week in Dubai to draw a new roadmap to fully realise the potential of the sector in the region.
They will be taking part in the first Middle East Islamic Finance &
Equities are where we will see growth in the future, delegates at the World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC) were told by investment guru Mark Mobius on the closing day of the conference.
Mobius, an investment expert with Franklin Templet