Event Date/Time: Mar 10, 2009
End Date/Time: Mar 11, 2009
With the global credit crunch and the possibilities of a global recession, we're now entering a period of real change and uncertainty. But robust economic conditions in Asia have also generated sizeable demand for capital investments. According to the Asian Development Bank, Asia will require about US$300 billion of investments in infrastructure annually. And the growing wealth in the Middle East also attribute to the rising demand for Shariah-compliant products in Asia. 2009 looks likely to be a critical year for Islamic project financing in Asia.
Asia Islamic Project Financing 2009 will assemble an unprecedented line up of outstanding speakers from some of the region's most respected figures representing government, finance, and industry to share their new insights into the growth potential of Islamic project finance and best practice guide to use Islamic project finance successfully. It will also provide a comprehensive platform to foster healthy discussions on the key pressing issues and therefore do not miss the opportunity of being a part of such a high class quality event that will attract huge participation of international market leaders.
Islamic investment environment overview
Islamic project finance structure
Bridging Islamic & conventional project finance
Risk mitigation measures
Islamic project management
Next wave of Islamic project finance opportunities