By Dipo Olowookere
Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, has been confirmed to give an opening address at the 3rd Africa Islamic Finance Forum (AIFF) taking place on March 27 and 28, 2018 in Lagos.
Hosted by Nigeria’s Ministry of Finance in collaboration with the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), the private sector arm of IDB Group, this exclusive event is designed specifically for the benefit of local and international market players to explore development opportunities in Islamic finance in Africa; focusing on building the market and exploring the huge potential through inward investment and international collaboration.
With full government support and hosting some of the most influential decision-makers in the industry from countries including Nigeria, Somalia, Ivory Coast, Sudan, Kenya and beyond, Mrs Adeosun will address an expected 700 delegates, participating in a programme that incorporates extensive discussions on investment opportunities in key African markets.
Taking centre stage at the very forefront of Africa’s flourishing Islamic finance sector, AIFF 2018 continues to grow in support daily, attracting participation from many leading financial, business, technology, real estate and legal sectors companies, including key support from Islamic Development Bank as Strategic Partners, alongside other key sponsors Sterling Bank, Brains & Hammers, Jaiz Bank, Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company, Tamweel Africa Holding and Path Solutions.
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