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Islamic Business Conference

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Fri, 31 October 2014, 3.30PM-7.00PM | English
SMU Islamic Business & Finance Society

islamic conference, islamic finance, business

Fees: Free Admission

SMU's Islamic Business and Finance Society will be organising the inaugural SMU Islamic Business Conference. This conference will gather distinguished speakers; Ms Harasha Bafana of The Adam & Hawa Network, Mr Sani Hamid of Financial Alliance and Mr Ariff Sultan of IdealRatings. These industry leaders will share views and perspectives on contemporary Islamic finance, entrepreneurship and business leadership.


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Speakers' Topic Synopsis

Mr Ariff Sultan | Islamic Finance: Understanding the Current Landscape

An introduction on Islamic Finance, this session covers the aims and objectives of Islamic Finance, the current global and regional Islamic Finance landscape and offers tips and advice on how to navigate our present Islamic Finance industry.

Mr Sani Hamid | Islamic Finance and the Individual: A Singapore Perspective

The application of Islamic finance to an individual is important given that Islam covers every aspect of a Muslim's life. What are the Islamic principles that guide a Muslim in matters pertaining to his finances? Is it even possible to comply with the requirements of Islamic finance in a country like Singapore? These questions and more will be addressed in this talk.

Ms Harasha Bafana | The Islamic Entrepreneur: Reflections of a Seeker

With low entry barriers and an abundance of opportunities fuelled by an interconnected World, now seems to be one of the best times to go into Entrepreneurship - especially to the younger generation. However, while it may be easy to start a business, what does it take for the Entrepreneur to succeed in a solid way? Specifically, how can Muslims participate in business such that it brings them closer to their Creator whilst building bridges with others? Are we even clear what ‘Islamic Business' truly means? Is it only relevant to the halal industries? Join us for this talk as Harasha shares with us some of her reflections.


Singapore Management University (SMU) - School of Economics

50 Stamford Road, Singapore 178899


SMU Islamic Business & Finance Society


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