Islamic Finance in Malaysia: New Developments
Malaysia Focus @ WIBC 2010

Having weathered the global financial crisis, the Islamic finance industry is set to enter a new growth phase and successfully embrace the transformation taking place in the international financial system.

As 1,200 industry leaders from over 50 countries are set to gather at the 17th Annual World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC 2010), this will be the most opportune platform for discussions that will 'build a new growth paradigm' for the international Islamic finance industry.

Malaysia's continued efforts in developing leading edge services and products, robust regulatory infrastructure with strong global integration and skilled talent in managing and innovating Shari'ah compliant products, has seen the Islamic financial sector in Malaysia further strengthen its position as a key international Islamic finance hub.

Featuring Malaysia @ WIBC 2010
A Part of the World Comes to WIBC Initiative

Liza Mohd Noor
Chief Executive Officer
RAM Rating Services Berhad
- Kuala Lumpur,
Confirming their participation at WIBC 2010, Liza Mohd Noor, Chief Executive Officer, RAM Rating Services Berhad - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia said: "RAM Rating Services is proud to be the sole ratings partner to WIBC, and we look forward to sharing and exchanging views at this largest gathering of Islamic finance leaders. RAM Ratings has an established presence in the sukuk ratings space; we had the privilege of pioneering credit ratings for sukuk in the early '90s when sukuk was a market novelty; today, we stand as the global leader with the largest portfolio of sukuk ratings".