DOHA, Oct 12 (Bernama):Malaysia will offer two scholarships to eligible Qataris to pursue the Chartered Islamic Finance Professional programme at the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance in Kuala Lumpur next year.
The Raja Muda of Perak, Raja Dr Nazrin Shah, in announcing this today, said two research grants would also be awarded to Qatari researchers by the International Syariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance.
"The availability of a significant pool of human resource with sufficient knowledge of Islamic finance is crucial to the continued growth of innovation in the industry and we can make great strides if we join forces," he said.
He was speaking at the Malaysia-Qatar Business Forum, held here in conjunction with the Malaysia International Islamic Finance Centre (MIFC) roadshow to Qatar and Bahrain.
Raja Nazrin, who is also the financial ambassador to the MIFC initiatives, led the roadshow delegation comprising regulators and industry players...Read More
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