AIBIM Holds Seminar On Practical Aspects Of Dispute Resolution In Islamic Finance Facilities

Last update: 14/11/2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 14 (Bernama) -- The Islamic Financial Services 2013 (IFSA) which came into force in 2013, allows the Islamic banks to diversify their product offerings and opens new opportunities to Islamic banks to venture into new business areas. This is surely an avenue to achieve 40% of the market share by 2020.

AIBIM Law Seminar 2017 (ALAS 2.0) which has received an overwhelming response from legal practitioners nationwide, is a 2-day programme organized by Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM) to equip the legal fraternity with current knowledge on practical aspects of dispute resolution in Islamic finance facilities.

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