Forum to examine future of interest free finance
Dubai-based financial consultancy Trend Capital Consulting announced plans to hold an international forum of financial experts on the future of interest free finance around the world. The organizers plan to hold the two-day event in Dubai between October 1-2, 2002. The aim is to create an event that will bring to the region western experts on interest free finance, to share ideas, current trends and analysis on the future of interest free finance and its impact on finance and investment.
“This event will bring together for the first time, western economists, monetary reformers, Islamic bankers, business intellectuals, corporate executives and finance specialists. The Forum provides an ideal platform for the global interest-free-finance and investment community to present its practices and services to the region, where interested bankers and investors can acquire an insight into the diverse products and services that exist and are evolving,” noted Hesham Sheikh Amin, Trend Capital Consulting general manager.
The Forum's will discuss interest-free modes of financing, interest-free commercial banking, interest-free project and corporate finance—including papers on trade finance, property finance, specialist finance and leasing services— interest-free capital markets—including papers on Islamic equity & debt securities, funds, derivatives, and structured instruments— interest-free asset management, interest-free private equity and venture capital—including papers on entrepreneurship, early-stage financing and small business support and more. — (menareport.com)
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