Khaleeji Commercial Bank participates in the 'Future of Financial Markets During 2010' conference
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Sun January 31, 2010 3:57 pm

INTERNATIONAL. Khaleeji Commercial Bank participated in the Leaders Summit Conference held in India during the period 14-17 January under the title "Future of Capital Markets During 2010". It was represented by Husam Saif, Head, Treasury and Capital Markets.

During his participation, Husam submitted a working paper entitled "The Increasing Importance of Islamic Finance," in which he dealt with the role of Islamic finance in developing leading projects in the Far East, and how to employ it in the service of different sectors, particularly amid the global economic crisis.

Husam's working paper also discussed the factors that caused  Islamic finance institutions to be less effected by the consequences and effects of the financial crisis.

This is due to the compliance of the activities of these financial institutions with the principles of the Glorious Islamic Shari'a based on transparency in dealing with different parties and fairness in the appropriation of returns among all investors.

Leaders Summit Conference is considered one of the most high profile economic events with 60 speakers include prominent executives and decision-makers from different countries of the world taking part.

The conference was also attended by more than 200 leaders of various financial institutions. Participation in this event was only made upon personal invitations extended to leading personalities from around the world.

 

 

 

 


 

 

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