Malaysia’s Zeti urges more reforms to Islamic financial system


Zeti Akhtar Aziz, the governor of the Bank Negara Malaysia, on Thursday said plans to strengthen cross-border framework of the Islamic financial system was integral to financial stability.

At the 8th Islamic Financial Services Board Summit in Luxembourg, Zeti said: "As Islamic finance increasingly expands beyond national boundaries, it has called for developing the framework for cross-border financial stability to further strengthen the resilience of Islamic financial system and to address cross

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