EPISODE # 45

Apr 17, 2014

Islamic Finance

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The financial crisis of 2008 increased the mistrust of global financial institutions, and the disruption and increase in mobile technologies lends to the narrative that financial systems are lagging in modernity. To regain the trust of Gen-Y, who all too often are opting out of the banking system, many are studying Islamic financial institutions, which have requirements to make borrower/lender relationships more equitable. To discuss how Islamic financial institutions are innovating and discussing principles of trust and fairness in the financial world, Brett is hosting Daud Vicary Abdullah, President and CEO of International Center of Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) and Osama Al Rahma, CEO of AL Fardan Exchange.

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Daud Vicary Abdullah

INCEIF

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Osama al Rahma

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