IBFIM partners FPAM, Indonesia's FPSB to promote Islamic finance talent development


KUALA LUMPUR: The Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia (IBFIM) has collaborated with the Financial Planning Standards Board (FPSB) Indonesia and the Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM) to promote Islamic finance talent development globally via the Islamic Financial Planner (IFP) Executive Programme.

In a statement today, IBFIM said this was In line with the aspiration of the Financial Sector Blueprint 2022-2026 to facilitate greater visibility of professional services and talent development.

The programme which ran over a span of 12 weeks and was conducted virtually, has successfully produced 52 qualified Islamic financial planners comprising banking professionals, insurance practitioners and academicians from 27 provinces across Indonesia, it said.

"Since it was launched, the executive programme has attracted regional participation from Brunei, Singapore and now Indonesia.

"To date, IBFIM has produced nearly 2,000 certified Islamic financial planners," it added.

IBFIM said the programme was part of its continuous journey to support Islamic finance talent development locally and internationally. - Bernama

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