Start Date : 19th February 2019
End Date : 20th February 2019
Venue : Sasana Kijang, BNM, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Country : Malaysia
Total participant : 8
Total Interested : 7
Institution : 2. International Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance - ISRA, Association of Shariah Advisor in Islamic Finance Malaysia - ASAS
Url : https://ifd.isra.my/
The Islamic Fintech Dialogue (IFD) Conference is an event that focuses on the convergence of the Islamic finance industry with the financial technology (fintech) industry. The inaugural IFD2017 which was attended by more than 300 participants from across the globe including Canada, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, etc. became a trailblazer for dialogues on this convergence and IFD2019 promises more with enlightening sessions and captivating speakers.
This year, ISRA in collaboration with the Association of Shariah Advisors in Islamic Finance (ASAS), is proud to bring you the 2nd Islamic Fintech Dialogue (IFD2019).
Bigger, better and more informative than before! We are bringing you a line-up of amazing speakers and key experts, an interactive panel session with industry experts and the event’s first ever Islamic Fintech Pitch Competition.
2nd Islamic Fintech Dialogue
Date: 19th & 20th February 2019
Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Time: 8:30 am - 5:30pm
Theme: Providing Fintech Insight to Disruptors and the Disrupted
Call for Islamic Fintech Pitch Competition (Contact us for detail).
ABOUT 2nd IFD
2nd IFD will place focus on the mechanism and vehicles in place to expose the mass to Islamic fintech development and its opportunities with the following areas:
Islamic financial industry in fintech/digital transformation – What are the understanding of these institutions toward new technology development.
Islamic Fintech (Technology) – Technology companies discuss the development in the fintech industry and their engagement with IFI’s based on:
Entrepreneurship and Talent Development – Mechanisms in place to aid the understanding and development of start-ups and entrepreneurs, such as:
Executive Educational Initiatives – Education institutions display their current involvement with Islamic finance and Fintech. Factoring:
THE OBJECTIVE OF IFD
2nd IFD will include a line-up of influential amazing expert speakers on Shariah and Fintech as keynote speakers to shade light on broader perspective on the future integration of Shariah and Fintech. There will be very engaging and interactive panel session from industry experts. The event will have a showcase on some new and innovative fintech initiatives with along with as Islamic fintech pitch competition. Another major plus for this event is that I-FIKR Digest, which is a monthly digital magazine, the bumper issue will be printed and distributed to all the participants and the theme for the magazine for the bumper issue is “Islamic fintech”, which will feature articles from Islamic fintech experts.
The International Shari'ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA) was established by the Central Bank of Malaysia on 26 March 2008, as an initiative to promote applied research in the areas of Shari'ah and Islamic finance. ISRA also acts as a knowledge repository for matters related to Shari'ah and fatwas (resolutions) in the Islamic finance industry. ISRA provides a platform enabling the largest possible number of practitioners, Shari’ah scholars, regulators and academics to participate, both locally and internationally, in pioneering research, serious discussions and creative thinking in order to help Islamic finance realize the objectives for which it was originally established. More information about ISRA is available on its website at www.isra.my.
In Collaboration with:
Association of Shariah Advisors in Islamic finance (ASAS) was established to achieve the highest level of professionalism among Islamic finance practitioners. The importance of ASAS was recognized nationally when it has been declared as part of agenda in Malaysian Financial Sector Blueprint 2011-2020 under Agenda 3.2: Internationalisation of Islamic finance.” It was stated under Recommendation 3.2.10: “Develop Malaysia as a reference centre for Islamic financial transactions. To enable this, Malaysia needs to build on the development of human capital in Islamic finance and the establishment of the Shariah, legal, regulatory and supervisory frameworks. Visit: www.asas.my
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
If you would like to submit a speaker for the event, please send the name of the proposed speaker, a short biography and any relevant material about the speaker to email@example.com
For more details and Sponsorship opportunity please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEE YOU THERE!!!
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