Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia (IBFIM) Chief Executive Officer Datuk Dr Adnan Alias said Malaysia 'needs 35,000 Islamic finance talents by 2030 to cope with the rapid growth of the industry'.
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IBFIM stands for Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia
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Summary: The Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia (IBFIM) is determined to set the standard for Islamic finance education, at home and abroad Islamic finance as a solution is not served a la carte; every institution is a part of a larger, interconnecting body that contributes to its burgeoning success.
IBFIM, the Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia, won both Best Advisory Firm and Best Training Institution; South African group ABSA saw its ABSA Takaful win Best Takaful Operator (Africa) and ABSA Islamic Banking win Best Corporate Bank (Africa); Qatar's Barwa Bank won both Best Branding and Best Domestic Corporate Bank (Middle East); Dubai Islamic Bank won Awards for Best Sukuk Arranger and Best Private Bank while Kuwait Finance House, which picked up Best Regional Corporate Bank, saw subsidiaries in two continents pick up Awards - Kuwait Finance House (Malaysia) won Best Investment Bank (Asia) while Kuwait Finance House - Bahrain won Best Real Estate Investment.