Islamic Finance institutions can take initiatives to bridge the gap between academia and industry.1
Increased collaboration between the Islamic Finance industry and academia has yielded successful results, demonstrating the importance of such partnerships.2
Islamic Finance education institutions should take initiatives to increase opportunities for women in the industry.3
As established Shariah scholars are aging, it’s crucial for Islamic Finance education institutions to prepare the next generation of leaders to advance the industry.4
In this age of technological disruption, educational institutions must equip themselves with the tools and knowledge to prepare students for the jobs of the future in the Islamic Finance industry.5
Mr Mustafa Adil, Head of Islamic Finance MENA, Refinitiv
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