Dual Banking under Competitive Pressure: CAN ISLAMIC BANKS SURVIVE COMPETITION?

  • Dates: 05 – 07 Nov, 2018

International Research Centre for Islamic Banking and Finance (ISEFAM) is delighted to organize a seminar to discuss the following topic: “Dual Banking Under Competitive Pressure: CAN ISLAMIC BANKS SURVIVE COMPETITION?” with a prominent scholar, Prof Dr Mansor H. Ibrahim who is currently leading one of the prominent Institute in Malaysia.

Mansor H. Ibrahim is currently a professor and Deputy President Academic & Dean at the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF), Malaysia.  He received his PhD in Economics in 1996 from Washington University in St. Louis.  Prior to INCEIF, he had served at the International Islamic University Malaysia and at Universiti Putra Malaysia.  His areas of interest include monetary/macroeconomics, economic development, financial markets analysis, Islamic Banking and Finance, and Applied Econometrics.  His recent research focuses on the socio-economic implications of institutions and Islamic banking performance.  He serves as a guest editor for the Pacific-Basin Finance Journal special issues in Islamic Finance from 2014 till present and Associate Editor for Economic Modelling.  Throughout his academic career, he has published in various scholarly journals and conducted applied econometrics training on Basic Econometrics, Time Series Econometrics and Panel Data Modelling for various institutions.

To make this gathering fruitful we are pleased to invite you as professional people and student of Islamic Banking and Finance or related studies, your participation is very much appreciated.

Dates: 5th November 2018
Time: 11:00 – 13:00
Venue: Museum Hall TM 001, besides Historical Building
             Halkali Campus – Sabahattin Zaim University

Please click on the following link to sign up for the seminar.Dual Banking under Competitive Pressure: CAN ISLAMIC BANKS SURVIVE COMPETITION?