The Luxembourg Country Showcase will highlight Luxembourg as a European hub for Islamic finance, focusing on the registration and listing of Islamic funds and Sukuk. Panelists at the Showcase are:
- Mr. Claude Zimmer, Member of …Read full article » Bahrain: Saturday, May 01 - 2010 @ 10:38
The G20 for example has launched an agenda to reform financial regulations, the key areas of which include the strengthening of international frameworks for prudential regulation, the review of the scope of regulation, the revision …Read full article » Bahrain: Thursday, February 18 - 2010 @ 11:04
Three new financial institutions were admitted as Observer Members. The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector, which is already an Associate Member, was upgraded to a Full Member.
The Council meeting, which was …Read full article » Saudi Arabia: Wednesday, December 15 - 2010 @ 14:53
Three new market players (financial and educational institutions) have been admitted as Observer Members.
The 20th meeting of the Council of the IFSB, hosted by the Central Bank of Bahrain, was held on 29 March 2012 …Read full article » Bahrain: Saturday, March 31 - 2012 @ 12:00
This comes in line with IFSB’s mandate to liaise and cooperate with relevant organizations currently setting standards for the stability of the international monetary and financial systems and those of the member countries.
Both organisations have …Read full article » Middle East: Thursday, December 04 - 2008 @ 09:47
The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) and the Financial Stability Institute (FSI) are jointly organising an IFSB-FSI Seminar on Liquidity Risk in Islamic and Conventional Banks on 28-29 October 2014 in Doha, Qatar, which Qatar …Read full article » : Tuesday, August 26 - 2014 @ 09:17
The very nature of cross-border capital flows together with the phenomenal advances in information technology and pressures on financial market liberalisation has meant that globalisation has inevitably impacted on the financial services sector per se. …Read full article » Jordan: Wednesday, January 02 - 2008 @ 12:48
The Capital Adequacy Requirements for Sukûk Securitisations and Real Estate Investment deals with aspects of regulatory capital requirements for institutions offering Islamic financial services (IIFS) in respect of Sukûk that are not covered in the …Read full article » Jordan: Sunday, May 11 - 2008 @ 09:37
The financial crisis has augmented global awareness and interest in the Islamic financial services industry (IFSI). As the global financial community considers the lessons of the crisis and how best to respond to the new …Read full article » Bahrain: Wednesday, January 06 - 2010 @ 09:39
These include 22 regulatory & supervisory authorities as well as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, Bank for International Settlements, the Islamic Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and 67 financial institutions from 17 …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Monday, August 28 - 2006 @ 11:36