Sarajevo Islamic Finance and Economics - SIFEC 2019

SIFEC 2019
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Gazi Husrev-begova biblioteka u Sarajevu

Largest Conference on Islamic Finance and Economics in Southeast Europe

The Sarajevo Islamic Finance and Economics (SIFEC 2019) is the largest conference on Islamic finance and economics in Southeastern Europe. It will be held at the Gazi Husrev-Bey’s Library in Sarajevo on 25 October 2019.
Contemporary issues in Islamic economics, banking and finance, particularly the issue of financial inclusion and corporate social responsibility will be discussed at the SIFEC 2019, as well as some of the Islamic finance practices in Western developed countries (Norway, Germany), other countries (Indonesia, Turkey, Albania, Malaysia, Nigeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina). As part of a special panel, Oslo Peace Institute researchers will present the first findings of their study on the financial exclusion of minorities in the Nordic countries (FINEX).
Keynote speaker is Dr. Humayon Dar, Standardization of Notation in Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance. Some of the participants are Torkel Brekke - Oslo Metropolitan University, Ida Birkvad and Kaja Borchgrevink - Queen Mary University of London, Marta Bivand Erdal - Peace Research Institute Oslo, Ahmet Kudsi Arslan - CEO Kuveyt Turk, Muhammad Prlja - CEO UBA bank Albania.

The main objective of the Conference is to bring together experts in the fields of Islamic economics, banking and finance, who will present their scientific research papers and exchange experiences in this important scientific field. This will provide an opportunity for students to share experiences and ideas with scientific experts, and is expected to establish a stable network of academics and business people in this significant area.

Conference organizers: European Association for Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance with partners: Faculty of Economics, University of Sarajevo, Oslo Institute of Peace, KT BANK AG, Bosnia Bank International, Islamic Finance Center, University of Bolton, Center for Advanced Studies Sarajevo, United Bank of Albania, Zaim University of Istanbul and Utara University of Malaysia.