Organised by Sultan Qaboos University (SQU), represented by the College of Economics and Political Science, in collaboration with the Islamic Research and Training Institute of the Islamic Development Bank, the conference was held under the patronage of Sheikh Nasser bin Hilal al Ma’awali, chairman of the State’s Financial and Administrative Audit Institution.
Ismail Jama Bait Isihaq, chief operating officer, Maisarah Islamic Banking, said, “Maisarah Islamic Banking Services is delighted to have sponsored this significant conference that shed light and gave new insights on the Islamic finance industry which is growing rapidly in Oman. The panel discussions and presentations explored a broad range of topics including present and imminent opportunities and challenges in the Islamic Banking industry in Oman.”
The conference aimed at focusing on various topics related to risk management, regulation and supervision. Experts evaluated legal framework and current trends in financial innovation revolving around the key theme of the conference.
Maisarah is committed to leading the Islamic banking sector by investing in resources, sharing expertise and following best international practices in the market. Its products and services set the standard for best Islamic financial solutions and it is committed to lead with creativity and innovation to provide the best customer experience.
Maisarah plans to distinguish itself by focusing on prominent customer service, developing and launching new products and investing in technology to provide the best customer experience in a timely manner.