Islamic Finance & Infrastructure Development

Many experts continue to see infrastructure development as an essential engine for kick-starting growth during the current economic downturn. The 4th Annual World Islamic Infrastructure Finance Conference (WIIFC 2009) sets the stage for critical discussions amidst the challenging global economic scenario as players in both the public and private sector consider alternative options to raise finance for vital infrastructure projects.

The shortage of conventional credit has opened up new opportunities for leading Islamic financial institutions and WIIFC 2009 will explore innovative new solutions for mobilising Islamic finance for complex infrastructure development projects.

Case Study: Insights into Islamically- Structured Transactions

WIIFC 2009 will feature a roundtable debate into insights gained from actual case studies. With risk management and resources optimization becoming all the more critical, such a review on a recent landmark case will offer take home practical insights on Islamic project finance.

Now in its 4th year The World Islamic Infrastructure Finance Conference (WIIFC 2009) has successfully established itself as the leading international forum for exploring new opportunities & trends, promoting collaboration between conventional and Islamic financial institutions, and developing solutions for the financing of large-scale infrastructure projects.