KLIFF stands for Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum, a most anticipated annual flagship event for Islamic Finance industry. This year 12th annual KLIFF will feature critical discussions on Islamic Finance and investments.
KLIFF is an annual 3-day event which gathers a pool of industry experts ranging from regulatory authorities, Shariah scholars, bankers, legal practitioners, Takaful operators, consultants and academicians with the aim to address the existing and upcoming challenges facing Islamic banking and finance and at the same time exchanging views and ideas to keep up with the demands of modern markets in the era of globalisation. The 13th Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum (KLIFF 2016) will be held from 21st to 22nd November, 2016 at Hotel Istana, Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum (KLIFF) has been held annually since year 2004 which 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 industry in a rapidly changing global environment.
KLIFF is professionally organized. Participants are able to enrich their knowledge in the latest developments in Islamic finance. The topics that are chosen give participants a balanced exposure to learning more about the latest developments in product structuring, market dynamics, and Shariah compliance. KLIFF also provides a platform for the regulators, financial services players and legal professionals around the world to collaborate together and contribute towards the development of the segment of the market.
13th KLIFF Theme : Islamic Finance 2.0
The focus of KLIFF 2016 is on a number of emerging issues which are not only timely but also would have significant implications on Islamic finance industry moving forward.
KLIFF 2016 will provide a platform to engage in issues of Islamic Finance and Investment with scholarly and enlightened discussion on Islamic Capital and Sukuk Market, investment opportunities for Islamic financial institutions in SMEs, financing ASEAN infrastructure with shariah compliant capital and the Islamic investment landscape for Islamic Finance. Prominent speaker in their respective area will be thoroughly engaged during the panel discussion to not only underscore the issues and challenges but also to put forward some practical and feasible recommendations for the common benefit of the industry.