IBA Centre for Excellence in Islamic Finance (IBA-CEIF) and CEIF, IMSciences, which are the sister centres established by the State Bank of Pakistan for the promotion of Islamic Finance, have signed an MOU for writing a novel globally impactful book on Innovations in Islamic Finance.
The MOU was signed by Mr. Ahmed Ali Siddiqui - Director, IBA-CEIF and Dr Karim Ullah - Head, CEIF IMSciences. The Book is intended to be authored by Dr Karim Ullah and Dr Irum Saba with leading industry partners like Meezan Bank and will cover the world’s influential innovations happened in Islamic Finance as in-depth narrative case studies.
The Book is expected to significantly advance the Islamic finance discipline and practice globally as there are rarely any case studies available for the Islamic finance academics and trainers to create impactful learning.
The initiative is part of the CEIFs' efforts to lead Pakistan in Islamic Finance through a cutting-edge research, academic excellence, and best industry practices. Both CEIFs have recently published other cases and cases based books on Islamic finance with the world-renowned publishers including Kogan Page and Emerald.© Press Release 2018
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