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BMB Islamic wins IFN award for best Shariah Advisory Firm

BMB Islamic, part of the Cayman Islands global alternative asset management firm BMB Group, was named as the Best Shariah Advisory Firm in Islamic Finance News (IFN) Poll conducted by Kuala Lumpur based Redmoney Group.

This award reiterates BMB Islamic’s leading role in the increasingly competitive global Islamic market. The Islamic Finance News (IFN) Awards are the most transparent and competitive awards in Islamic finance. They are based on a global poll in which nearly 2,500 votes were cast this year by leading practitioners and participants in the industry.

BMB Islamic will receive the prestigious award at two special Awards ceremonies: A ceremony for IFN Asia readers will take place on the evening of 12th February at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur followed by another at the Grand Hyatt Dubai on 3rd March 2009 for IFN Middle East readers.

Dr Humayon Dar, CEO of BMB Islamic UK Limited commented, “BMB Islamic are proud to be recognised by the global Islamic finance industry as the best team of Shariah technicians. We remain committed to Shariah-authentic innovation to offer ‘best of the best’ financial solutions to institutions offering Islamic financial services”.

Source: UpstreamAsia, 12.02.2009

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