After the welcoming remarks by Mr. Nuri Birtek, Secretary General of ADFIMI and WFDFI, gave the floor to Mr. Osman Nihat Yilmaz, Deputy Secretary General of Participation Banks Association of Turkey to make his opening remarks.Read report and more details on ADFIMI Workshop on The use of Islamic Finance Instruments in Development Finance
After the welcoming remarks by Mr. Nuri Birtek, Secretary General of ADFIMI and WFDFI, the workshop proceeded with Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rusni bt. Hassan, the Program Manager and Deputy Dean, Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance, International Islamic University of MalaysiaRead report and more details on ADFIMI Workshop on Legal Documentation of Contract in Islamic Finance
The seminar was managed by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bülent Günceler, CEO, BSM Consultancy, Turkey.
During the seminar, Dr. Günceler, provided participants with detailed information on the types, mechanics, and nature of asset securitization as well as why, how and who goes into these activities.Read report and more details on ADFIMI – BASIC Bank Joint Seminar on Asset Securitization.
ADFIMI Special seminar on “Forensic Accounting: Early Detection of Financial Fraud & Fraud Prevention Techniques” was held at Elite World Istanbul Hotel Taksim, Istanbul, 08-09 June 2013.
There were six speakers at the seminar as shown in the following seminar schedule:
The 29th General Assembly (GA) meeting was held on 19 May 2013 at Hall C, Kokhi Somon Palace Conference Centre, Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
The seminar provided an overall picture of the PPP development process from different perspectives It considered PPPs in terms of what they could offer and what the limitations were, and the type of expert knowledge that was required to successfully develop, implement and finance PPP projects. Discussions were made on various aspects of PPP development including PPP structuring options, risk allocation principles, financing and contractual matters. In order to have a better appreciation of PPPs, it also considered case studies from different sectors involving various forms of partnerships.
There were 25 participants of whom 3 were from ADFIMI member institutions and remainder from Local DFIs.