List of older events.
12 - 13 March 2002 - Second International Islamic Banking and Finance Conference
on Securitisation and Capital Markets : Challenges and Opportunities for Islamic Financial Institutions.Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel, Beirut, LebanonTel:+973-244496Fax:+973-250194Web: www.aaoifi.com
19 - 20 March 2002 - Islamic Capital Funding ConferenceAt the Jw Marriott Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaOrganised By: The Asia Business ForumTel: +603 2070 3299Fax: +603 2070 3369A 2-Day Conference on the latest developments and future challenges in Islamic financing. Update yourself with regulatory guidelines and its implications on Islamic Capital Funding exercises. Attend this timely conference and gather information on financial opportunities available for the development of your organisation.
17-19 March 2002 - The international islamic finance forum, Global and Regional Perspectives on a Unique Industry, Dusit Hotel, Dubai, UAE. Call for papers - "new voices" segment - students only, $5,000 award for best paper. Sponsored by iHilal and Dow Jones Islamic Index. Contact Thomas Tellner or Rushdi Siddiqui for further information.
12-14 February 2001 - Accounting, Commerce & Finance: The Islamic Perspective has issued a call for papers. This conference will takeplace in Palmerston North, New Zealand. It is hosted by College Of Business, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Co-hosted byFaculty Of Business, University Of Western Sydney Macarthur.
20-22 October 2000 - First ISNA Isna International Conference On The Economics Of Zakah. Organized by the Islamic Society Of North America (ISNA), Plainfield, Indiana. General Theme: Reviving The Fiqh Of Zakah And The Muslim Minorities In The West.
30 September 2000 - Fourth Harvard University Forum On Islamic Finance (HIFIP) has issueda call for papers for its upcoming Islamic Finance: The Task Ahead.Deadlines for submission are: May 1 (paper topic and abstract), June 15(draft of paper), and July 15 (final paper).
13-15 August 2000 - Fourth International Conference On Islamic Economics And Banking has issueda call for papers. The theme is: Islamic Finance: Challenges and Opportunities in the 21st Century. The venue is set at Loughborough University, U.K.
14-16 July 2000 - Islamic Banking & Finance America 2000 (IBFA 2000), Hilton Long Beach, Long Beach, California. Theme: "Towards Meeting the Financial Needs of the Muslim Community in North America". Expected and previous speakers include: Prince Mohammed Al Faisal, Sh. Nizam Yaqubi, Sh. Mohammad Taqi Usmani, Dr. MarghoobQuraishi, Dr. Muhammad El-Gari, Dr. Monzer Kahf, Dr. Saleh Malaikah, Mr. Abdulkader Thomas, Dr. Mahmoud El Gamal, Mr. Iqbal Khan, Dr. Yahia AbdulRahman.
26-27 April 2000 - Takaful Conference will be broadcast on the web.
29 March 2000 - Islamic Banking Symposium 2000By American Finance House.