Lahore—A two-day global forum on ‘Islamic Banking, Finance and Economics’ concluded here on Thursday. Institute of Islamic Banking (IIB) of University Management and Technology (UMT), Lahore organized the global forum.
The forum offered the sharing of unique research ideas by the scholars and their critical evaluation, expert feedback, identification of gaps and suggestions for improvement in the Islamic Banking industry. The forum aimed to provide platform for researchers, practitioners, policy makers and postgraduates to discuss diverse ideas, expertise and opinion towards enhancing a broader understanding about Islamic finance practice in both commercial and social welfare sectors.
Themes of the Global Forum were ‘Islamic Banking, Finance and Investments’, ‘Islamic Accounting and Shariah Auditing’, ‘Islamic Society Security’, ‘Islamic Economics System’, ‘Issues in Waqf’, ‘Islamic Accounting’, ‘Islamic Management and Marketing’ and other contemporary issues. The event was attended by national and international financial regulators and experts including Deputy Governor State Bank of Pakistan Saeed Ahmad.