Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities at KLIFF 2014

The previous 10th Annual Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum will provide unrivaled high-impact brand visibility and ensure that the participants are at the forefront of shaping the future of the high growth Islamic finance market. KLIFF 2013 also presents a unique opportunity to nurture key client relationships in a substantive and issues-driven programme.
   

“Islamic Finance: Initiatives, Opportunities and Linkages”

A 4-day event which aims to be the most interesting and enlighting conference on Islamic Banking and Finance in the Asia-Pacific region. Amidst the global economic crisis, Islamic finance is more resilient than ever, thus, potentially attracting a wide range participation and discussion.  
 

Recent Distinguished Speakers at KLIFF 2013

Hon. Tan Sri Dato' Nor Mohammed YakcopSheikh Essam Ishaq Hon. Greg Clark MPDato' Mohd Redza Shah Abdul Wahid Sheikh Nizam YaqubyBadlisyah Abd Ghani Dr. Mohd Daud Bakar Malaysia Rushdi Siddiqui Richard Thomas OBEBircan Akpinar

This prestigious event will gather a pool of industry experts ranging from regulatory authorities, Shariah scholars, bankers, experts, Takaful operators and academicians to share with the delegates their views and experiences in developing Islamic banking and finance around the globe.

What the Industry Leaders are saying about KLIFF :

I think the conference was amazing. You did a great job. If we do a major conference in Australia, CERT would be my choice! No shortcomings that I can think off except the seating arrangements at dinner could have been better and food served much earlier.

Chaaban Omran Crescent Australia

It was a very well run event and we hope to have the opportunity to work with you again for next KLIFF

Khairul Nizam AAOIFI Bahrain

It was an extremely well organised event with many useful discussions. I wish you the very best for your future endeavours.

Yavar Moini Senior Advisor Morgan Stanley UAE

Many participants approached me and asking more time in order to the speaker to deliberate the issue a bit longer. May be for the future event the organizer could think on this. Most of the participants appreciated on the topic/issues discussed at the Muzakarah where the organizer has outlined the new things which they could benefit much.

Dr Md Nurdin Ngadimon Securities Commission Malaysia

It was indeed a great pleasure to attend KLIFF and meet you and your team. Thank you very much for all the arrangements. I really enjoyed the event and was impressed with the time and effort CERT had put for it. It was indeed a great success.

Kamal Mian Saudi Hollandi Bank Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

On my part I would like to express my deep appreciation for the opportunity to participate in the conference, and to have witnessed first hand the diligence and professionalism of all involved in the proper and smooth management and running of the program.

Sheikh Esam Shariah Scholar Bahrain

The conference was a really impressive event; I enjoyed the sessions very much and learned a lot about
recent developments in Islamic Financing.
I am looking forward to next KLIFF.

Dr Arnold Gerscha Gerscha RechtsanwaltsGmbH Vienna, Austria

It has been a fruitful Forum for me, and i have gain a considerable insight during the sessions.

Harrif B Hambali Warees Investment Singapore
 

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