INCEIF launches i-Connect fintech in Islamic finance


The i-Connect Fintech in Islamic Finance collaborative network is helmed by 17 founding members who represent the industry, academia, government and civil society.

KUALA LUMPUR: The International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) has launched the i-Connect Fintech in Islamic Finance collaboration to create and nurture a conducive innovation Islamic finance ecosystem in Malaysia.

In a statement yesterday, INCEIF said the initiative is expected to enable new economic opportunities in disruptive innovation and lay the foundation for Malaysia to be a global hub for Islamic fintech.

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