Finance Forward Islamic Finance Outlook Report 2016
Launched in December 2015 by Middle East Global Advisors, the “Finance Forward Islamic Finance Outlook 2016” combines meaningful insights from Islamic finance leaders — gathered from an extensive survey of practitioners’ sentiment — with robust analysis of the performance of Islamic financial institutions. The insights are intended to help the Islamic banking leader understand the developments in the regulatory, economic, demographical and technological landscape.
Thomson Reuters Barwa Sukuk Perceptions & Forecast 2016
Thomson Reuters Sukuk Perceptions & Forecast 2015 is widely regarded as the key source of information about the global Sukuk industry. The 4th edition of was produced in partnership with Barwa bank by Thomson Reuters and it’s based on a survey of key market players in the industry and provides a thorough analysis of the trends in the fixed income Islamic investment markets.
Kazakhstan Islamic Finance 2016
Launched by Thomson Reuters, Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), and the General Council for Islamic Banks and Financial Institutions (CIBAFI) in partnership with the National Bank of Kazakhstan, this report assess emerging opportunities in the Kazakhstan financial market for Islamic finance and provides comprehensive view of the current adoption of Islamic Finance in Kazakhstan.
ICD-TR Islamic Finance Development Report 2016
Launched by Thomson Reuters and the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) examines the key statistics and trends across five indicators that are deemed to be significant for measuring the development of Islamic finance industry. These include Quantitative Development, Knowledge, Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Awareness. These indicators are tracked across 108 countries, which had contributions in all or some of these indicators.
Canada Islamic Finance Outlook 2016
Launched by Thomson Reuters and the Toronto Financial Services Alliance, this report provides thorough analysis of the state of Islamic finance industry in Canada. The report serves to highlight the key strengths of Canada that can enable the country to become a hub of Islamic finance in North America.
Simply Sharia Human Capital Report 2016
The Human Capital Challenge: Shaping The Future Report was published Simly Sharia Human Capital. The report is a manifesto on the human capital and talent development challenges specific to Islamic finance; looking at key areas in the development of talent, recruitment, employment, skills, education, Shariah, human resource, gender, digital, data, marketing, Millennials and leadership.
World Islamic Banking Competitiveness Report 2016
The World Islamic Banking Competitiveness Report 2016 is produced by Ernst & young and it aims to inspire and inform the business strategies of Islamic banks through specific, actionable insights. The Insights are also based on interviews with banking executives and industry observers, to identify key trends, risks and priorities.
Sudan Islamic Finance Report 2016
Sudan Islamic Finance Report 2016 is produced by the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), and the General Council for Islamic Banks and Financial Institutions (CIBAFI) in collaboration with Bank of Khartoum. The report provides substantive due diligence on the opportunities for Islamic financial and non-financial services in Sudan.
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Interactive Delegate Experience
WIBC 2016 will harness the power of technology, social media & cutting edge research and insights to give delegates a rich and interactive global Islamic financial services experience.
From curate content for impactful panels to maximising audience engagement through voting & twitter conversations on hot topics, to facilitating meetings seamlessly through the WIBC App, WIBC offers a powerful platform for our delegates.