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Dr. Mohammed Omran EGX Chairman Headed a Panel Discussion in the First International Conference for Islamic Finance and Banking
Mar 13, 2016
Dr. Mohammad Omran was invited by Umm Al-Qura’ university to head a panel discussion at the first international conference for Islamic finance and banking with high-level  international participation. The conference sessions witnessed the participation of the senior deputy chairman of the World Bank and a number of heads and representatives of major financial and banking institutions worldwide led by Merrill Lynch, Standard & Poor’s and the Islamic development Bank, in addition to a large number of prestigious universities such as Harvard and Chicago Universities.  

Dr. Omran said that the invitation came to head the panel related to discuss the extent of the Islamic banking competitiveness and sustainability, where he stressed that despite of the increasing growth of that industry in the recent years, but the need is increasing for the presence of a consensual framework to ensure the continuation of that growth, also to ensure that those resources are not only employed to achieve growth and profitability for the industry, but also to contribute for the sustainable development within the community.

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