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Al Mal backs major Islamic finance forum.

MANAMA: Al Mal Bank will be a Platinum Sponsor of the 4th Annual World Islamic Infrastructure Finance Conference (WIIFC 2009), which will be held in Qatar on November 3.

Building on the huge success of the conference in previous years, the 4th Annual WIIFC 2009 sets the stage for critical discussions amidst the challenging global economic scenario as players in both the public and private sector consider alternative options to raise finance for vital infrastructure projects - seeking to kick-start a new wave of growth.

"New opportunities are opening up for leading Islamic financial institutions and Al Mal Bank becoming a platinum partner of WIIFC 2009 signifies the importance of the event in bringing industry players together to explore innovative new solutions for mobilising Islamic finance for complex infrastructure development projects," said David McLean, managing director of MEGA, the owners of the WIIFC.

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Date:Aug 17, 2009
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