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Malaysia on top of talent pile, closest Islamic finance competitor is UAE


IBFIM chief executive officer (CEO), Datuk Dr Adnan Alias, said the Malaysia's closest competitor is UAE.  “Unlike UAE, which only has one private body governing talent development in Islamic finance, Malaysia has the right landscape and regulatory framework to further spur the development of talent in Islamic finance,” he told StarBiz.

IBFIM chief executive officer (CEO), Datuk Dr Adnan Alias, said the Malaysia's closest competitor is UAE. “Unlike UAE, which only has one private body governing talent development in Islamic finance, Malaysia has the right landscape and regulatory framework to further spur the development of talent in Islamic finance,” he told StarBiz.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has a niche to develop talent in Islamic finance compared with other Islamic nations amid shortage of such talent as a whole, according to Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia (IBFIM).

Its chief executive officer (CEO), Datuk Dr Adnan Alias, said the country’s closest competitor at the moment was United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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