Regulation and education to realise Islamic Finance's potential, endorsed by IMF
Regulation and Education Will Allow Islamic Finance to Realise its Potential in Creating a More Resilient Financial System
  In a recent report, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) endorsed Islamic Finance, stating that its principles which forbid pure monetary...
The Cost of Losing Talent
  The global talent shortage is one of the major concerns facing the financial services industry in 2015. The question that should be on every HR...
An Assessment Of Islamic Finance Education, Talent And Professional Training In Malaysia: Issues And Solutions
Overview of Islamic Finance Education in Malaysia The current economic reality of tougher regulations, technological advances, demographic shifts,...
Addressing Talent Scarcity in Islamic Finance
Tougher regulations, technological advances, demographic shifts, digital and work style revolutions are putting greater emphasis on establishing a...
Marketing and Promoting Islamic Wealth Management: The Role of Regulators, Islamic Financial Institutions and Financial Planners
Rodney Wilson  Emeritus Professor, INCEIF, Kuala Lumpur The Global Financial Crisis and the subsequent Eurozone crisis demonstrated the vulnerability...
Issues and Challenges in Developing Human Resources in Islamic Finance
The Islamic Financial Services Industry (IFSI) is challenged on many fronts in meeting the evolvement of the marketplace. Some of the challenges are...
Towards The Development Of A Qualification Structure For The Financial Services Industry: FAA’s Experience
Amat Taap Manshor and Siong Choy Chong Finance Accreditation Agency, Malaysia Abstract This paper presents the roles of Finance Accreditation Agency...
FAA LEARNING STANDARDS: BUILDING BLOCKS FOR TALENT DEVELOPMENT IN THE TAKAFUL SECTOR
Amat Taap Manshor Siong-Choy ChongFinance Accreditation Agency The Takaful industry has grown tremendously over the last decade. With its current...

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