// CONFERENCE TO GIVE UPDATE ON DEVELOPMENT OF ISLAMIC FINANCE
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« on: Jun 14, 2008 03:24 AM »


BANGKOK, June 13 (Bernama) -- The Second Thailand Islamic Finance Conference, which will be held here on June 26, will give an update on the worldwide development of Islamic finance, including the untapped market in Thailand.

The event offers an opportunity for public sector officials, state enterprise directors, bankers, financiers and private sector business leaders to gain a better understanding of the opportunities offered by Islamic finance, the fastest growing banking and financial sector in the world.

Christopher F. Bruton, director of Dataconsult Ltd which is organising the event, said Thai Finance Minister, Dr Surapong Suebwonglee, would give a keynote address while other speakers included deputy governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, Datuk Mohammad Razif Abdul Kadir, British Ambassador to Thailand, Quinton Quayle and Kitti Patpong Pibul, chairman of the Islamic Bank of Thailand.

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