Beijing to host 1st China-UAE moot on Islamic banking

Dubai—The Dubai Centre for Islamic Banking and Finance, DCIBF, at Hamdan bin Mohammed Smart University, HBMSU, and Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre, DIEDC, in cooperation with the China Islamic Finance Club, and ZhiShang Intercultural Communication, is to organise the first China-UAE conference on Islamic Banking and Finance, on May 24-25 in Beijing.
The title, “Islamic banking and Finance: Perspectives, Challenges and Sustainable Impact”, of the conference will serve as an international platform for experts, decision-makers, scholars, academics and other Islamic Banking and Finance stakeholders to exchange knowledge and best practices and share key theoretical and practical developments.
The conference programme includes important aspects that affect the Islamic finance industry, and will also cover future challenges in the sector and directing abilities to make a sustainable impact. The conference also includes discussions of a Committee of Experts that provide the opportunity for wide participation from attendees, and concurrent sessions covering topics of the conference, as well as a programme of visits to include some of China’s heritage landmarks.—WAM

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