Global Ethical Finance Forum 2017 will feature two exclusive case studies to track the growth of responsible investment in emerging and developed markets Fueled by growing investor concerns pertaining to climate change, the market for sustainable investing has witnessed a steady growth over the years. According to the Global Sustainable...
Moody’s terms development credit positive for Islamic banks On Monday, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Finance announced that it had raised SAR17 billion ($4.5 billion) in its first domestic sukuk issuance under a newly established local currency government sukuk program. The issuance is credit positive for Saudi banks because their profitability...
Under the patronage of the Scottish Government, the 2nd edition of GEFF will focus on the vast opportunity for investors in balancing risk and reward Middle East Global Advisors, a leading financial intelligence platform spearheading the agenda of sustainable and inclusive finance, will convene the second edition of the much-coveted...
The 2nd edition of GEFF will spearhead a panel session focusing on the vast opportunities that come with embracing a long-term sustainable approach Middle East Global Advisors, a leading financial intelligence platform spearheading the agenda of sustainable and inclusive finance, will convene the second edition of the much-coveted Global Ethical Finance...
The 2nd edition of Global Ethical Finance Forum will spearhead a series of discussions in Edinburgh this September focusing on mainstreaming ethical finance Middle East Global Advisors, a leading financial intelligence platform spearheading the agenda of sustainable and inclusive finance, will convene the second edition of the much-coveted Global Ethical...
Official media says it reflectsthe strong fundamentals of the Saudi economy Saudi Arabia has generated a massive $9 billion from the sale of its first international sukuk. Sukuk is an Arabic term used to refer to Islamic certificate or Islamic bonds, similar to that of a bond in Western finance,...
It would be ideal if all Islamic finance disputes were adjudicated in one centre through arbitration according to a standardised dispute resolution contract Camille Paldi As the Islamic finance industry is growing annually at a rate of 10% to 15% per year, it is imperative that a unique, independent legal framework...
CMS has extensive experience in delivering Islamic finance regulatory advisory projects in multiple jurisdictions March 15, 2017: The Islamic Finance Council UK (UKIFC) and international law firm CMS have announced an innovative partnership to help develop, support and optimise Islamic finance frameworks across the world. The aim is to...