Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum

Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum (KLIFF) has been held annually since year 2004. KLIFF offers an integrated basis for promoting Islamic Financial system dialogue among speakers and delegates to foster the orderly development of an efficient, competitive, sound and innovative Islamic finance in a rapidly changing global environment.

KLIFF were professionally organized. Participants were able to enrich their knowledge in the latest developments in Islamic finance. The topics that were chosen also gave participants a balanced exposure to learning more about the latest developments in structuring, market dynamics, and Shariah compliance, as well as how the regulators, financial services industries and legal professionals around the world are collaborating together to contribute to the development in this segment of the market. It was proven by increasing in number of participants in each year.

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities at KLIFF

The Annual Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum (KLIFF) will provide unrivaled high-impact brand visibility and ensure that the participants are at the forefront of shaping the future of the high growth Islamic finance market. KLIFF 2019 also presents a unique opportunity to nurture key client relationships in a substantive and issues-driven programme.


KLIFF Distinguished Guests & Speakers

This prestigious event will gather a pool of industry experts ranging from regulatory authorities, Shariah scholars, bankers, experts, Takaful operators and academicians to share with the delegates their views and experiences in developing Islamic banking and finance around the globe.



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KLIFF at a Glance


Lifetime Leadership Award in Islamic Finance

What the Industry Leaders are saying about KLIFF :

“Thank your for the opportunity to attend KLIFF 2012 and we will always support your endeavors in bringing truth and knowledge to the ummah. It was a successful event and I will be sure to return the feedback form to you soon”

Meanwhile we wish you every success in the future.

Arif Yusof
Yusof Zain & Co

“Thanks for CERT to give an opportunity to me to speak and communicate with the industry for local and regional audience. It is important to have this kind of platform where we can communicate with the stakeholders, where possible we could enhance our service and correct our mistake”

Dr Md Nurdin Ngadimon
AGM, ICM Dept. Securities Commission

“It was a great pleasure meeting you, attending a well organized event and visiting such a wonderful country. I am very grateful for Mr Abdul Aziz the CEO of CERT for giving me this opportunity and to present about Islamic Banking as a Sustainable Business for reaching people in need. I wish you all enjoyed the event as I actually did.”

Emad El Sahhar
General Manager Islamic Banking Sector,
Banque Misr

“As always a pleasure. Also, as always very courteously and well managed.”

Daud Vicary Abdullah, CIFP
President and CEO INCEIF

It has been a fruitful Forum for me, and i have gain a considerable insight during the sessions.

Harrif B Hambali
Warees Investment Singapore


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