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ABOUT THE HALAL FORUM
The Halal industry is a fast-growing business comprising a wide range of products and services including food, cosmetics and personal care, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and health, logistic services, media as well as tourism, to name a few. The Islamic economy continues its steady growth on the back of a growing Muslim population representing 24% of the global population or 1.8 billion people around the world. Bridging Halal businesses to Islamic finance in this first of a kind forum.
Vice-President, Industry Development, Halal Development Corporation
The Halal Economy: Today Southeast Asia, Tomorrow the WorldWhat represents an effective Halal economy and what are the regional and global opportunities on offer servicing, supplying, financing and managing this sector? How large, potentially, is the Halal economy both domestically and internationally and how do we undertake effective sector value chain analysis? What are the prime sectors engaged in this exciting sector and what sectors are underserved? What environment is conducive for the growth of Halal ecosystems, infrastructure and value and supply chains and what financial incentives should be made available to promote growth? What do Halal sourcing programs and self-contained Halal parks offer companies engaged in the Halal value chain? Are companies in the Halal economy exclusively using Islamic financial services, and if not, why? What role does technology play and how do government and regulators enable, promote and grow the Halal ecosystem? Who are the major international players and how can Malaysia maintain and extend the country’s head start in Halal industry services? How can Malaysia increase foreign direct investment into Halal goods manufacturing for both local consumption and export? We ask an expert panel for their guidance.
HALAL BUSINESS PANEL
Regional Head, Commercial and Transaction Banking (Islamic), CIMB
Prof Dr Marco Tieman
CEO, LBB International
Mohamad Ismail Abu Bakar
Executive Director, Manufacturing Development (Resource), Malaysian Investment Development Authority
Mohd Suhaimi Abdul Hamid
CEO, Standard Chartered Saadiq