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Islamic finance trends to expect in 2021
Farmida Bi, the chair of Europe, Middle East and Asia at law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, talks to IFN’s Nessreen Tamano about some of the trends we can expect in the Islamic finance industry in the new year.
Commodity Murabahah: Finding new opportunities in disruptors
It has been a roller coaster of a year, with the pandemic having far-reaching impact across all sectors of the financial markets including commodities. In this episode, IFN Managing Editor Vineeta Tan speaks to Stephen Openshaw, CEO and managing director of UK-based Eiger Trading Advisors, to find out more about how the Islamic commodities market is doing.
Global Sukuk – Past, present, future
Understandably, it has been a volatile year driven by a variety of factor, most significant of all, the COVID-19 pandemic. So how have these impacted the performance of Sukuk? And what can we expect moving into the new year? Khoo Poh Sim, the head of global Sukuk at BNP Paribas Asset Management Najmah Malaysia, joins IFN Managing Editor Vineeta Tan on the show to share her thoughts.
Malaysian Islamic banks maintain resilience
In this episode, we speak to Ahmad Shahriman Mohd Shariff, CEO of CIMB Islamic to learn how Malaysian Islamic banks are coping with the fallout of the pandemic, a sovereign credit rating downgrade and what to expect for 2021.
The Transition to Values-Based Banking: HSBC Amanah’s Journey
One of the pioneers of values-based banking, leading consultant David Korslund, talks to an early adopter of values-based banking, Arsalaan (Oz) Ahmed, CEO of HSBC Amanah.
Bank of England announce the launch of the long-awaited Shariah compliant non-interest-based deposit facility
Bank of England announce the launch of the long-awaited Shariah compliant non-interest-based deposit facility, an instrument years in the making, will be operational in the first quarter of 2021