Malaysia’s Zeti urges greater harmonisation of Islamic finance


Jurisdictions should work together to promote greater harmonisation of sharia-compliant financial products, according to Zeti Akhtar Aziz, governor of the Bank Negara Malaysia.

Speaking at the 8th World Islamic Economic Forum today (December 6), Zeti said it was "imperative" that jurisdictions worked towards a greater understanding of different justifications for Islamic financial products. The governor referred to a study that found there were "more similarities than differences" between

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