***DAILY WEBINAR TIMING---> from 3-5pm and 8-10pm (GMT+8) Kuala Lumpur
***DAILY WEBINAR DATES----> from 7th-10th Sept 2020
In the post-COVID era, the Islamic finance industry faces new opportunities & challenges to accelerate social impact through digitalization. Although there may be more to be done, the Fintech industry has witnessed more inclusive development in the past couple of years. Islamic Fintech can play a more robust role to reduce costs, improve efficiency, enhance experience and control risks. Other aspects of social finance that could witness a digital transformation include waqf land development and qard al hasan for microfinancing.
Business & finance
Education & learning
Science & tech
15:00 - 16:00: Panel Discussion - Empowering B40's recovery from Covid-19 through Digital Financial Inclusion
20:00 - 20:45: Panel Discussion - Social Impact of Muslim Women in the Fintech Industry
20:45 - 21:20: Fireside Chat - Leveraging Blockchain for Impact and Green Sukuk
21:20 - 21:50: Panel Discussion - A Series of Landmark Fintech Launches
Mohamed Shehzad (Zad) graduated from Imperial College and started his career in aviation in Singapore. Leaving the sector, Zad pursued a Masters in Mechatronics after which he worked as a management consultant.