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Join 13th Annual World Takaful Conference

Join 13th Annual World Takaful Conference

Join over 300 industry leaders comprising CEOs, CIOs & Dignitaries from around the world at the 13th Annual World Takaful Conference (WTC) – convened by leading financial intelligence platform Middle East Global Advisors in strategic partnership with the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Authority and supported by the Insurance Authority (IA). ...

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Jan Seva Applauded at International Stage

Jan Seva Applauded at International Stage

Awarded Gold Medal as Recognition of its Cooperative Banking Services Mumbai: “Jan Seva Cooperative Credit Society is the only interest-free monetary institution in the country. With a sum of just Rs 191,000, it began its journey and within seven years ...

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Shariat-compliant Cooperative Bank Launched in Kerala

Shariat-compliant Cooperative Bank Launched in Kerala

Maeeshat.in, Thiruvananthapuram, July 28: From its name its idea and nature are evident. Halal Fayidah, an interest-free cooperative bank launched in Kerala’s Kannur districtthis Monday, is said to have been modeled on the lines of Islamic banking and finance. According a news ...

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Islamic Capital Market Witnessed Surge in 2016: Report

Islamic Capital Market Witnessed Surge in 2016: Report

Maeeshat.in, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), July 17: Despite the global slowdown which did not spare even the Islamic financial industry overall, Islamic capital market surged in 2016 compared to the previous year. “Islamic Capital Market performed better in 2016 than in ...

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UAE a major hub for Islamic bond issuances: IMF

UAE a major hub for Islamic bond issuances: IMF

By Maeeshat.in Desk, UAE, July 15: The International Monetary Fund, in its latest report, has admitted growth of Islamic finance and banking in the United Arab Emirates. “UAE is also a major hub for Islamic bond issuances―during 2001–15, $53.8 billion ...

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