The move comes as part of IslamiQ’s 2nd phase of their corporate strategy, moving from a comprehensive infomediary Islamic financial services portal into a fully-fledged transactional phase.
“This move is a significant milestone in realizing IslamiQ’s vision of establishing the world’s first Islamic E-Bank. Dubai was the cradle for the birth of the first ever Islamic Bank, and is now with the establishment of DIC, an ideal platform to extend IslamiQ’s focus on investment services into a comprehensive E-banking proposition. The Middle East has the appropriate Islamic sentiment and requisite appetite for Islamic finance. It also has an affinity for cutting edge technology and quality customer service, to make it ripe for such an evolution,” stated Dr Hasnita Hashim, CEO of IslamiQ.
The move will coincide with a series of exclusive, invitation only, seminars in key locations throughout the Gulf. The seminars are part of IslamiQ’s drive to strengthen its ties within the region and also to bolster its profile to generate further local investor participation into the IslamiQ vision. The first of the seminars will be held in Abu Dhabi on the 30th October, followed by Dubai, on the 31st October and Kuwait on 5th November.
The exclusive GCC investor seminars will introduce the local business community to the wide range of profitable opportunities and services uniquely offered by IslamiQ as it moves into new and exciting fields of Islamic finance and investment. Those interested in receiving an invitation to attend the GCC seminars are advised to contact Omar Ahmed of Zeidan Consultancy on +9714 331 5725 / +97150 6524409 for an invitation card, by fax on +9714 331 5724 or by email directly on [email protected]
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