Malaysia’s Ibrahim: lawyers instrumental in developing Islamic finance


The support provided by the legal fraternity to Islamic finance has been instrumental to the progress of the industry, Muhammad bin Ibrahim said on 27 July.

"Crafting legislation to facilitate the growth and development of Islamic finance requires dedication and skill, and the ties that have since developed between lawyers, regulators, Shariah scholars and industry practitioners, have inevitably blossomed into a strong relationship based on mutual understanding and close co-operation," he said.

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