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Islamic Economics, Banking, and Finance – The Indonesia Experience: Dr. Antonio Syafii

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Dear Islamic Bankers,

If you happen to be within the vicinity of the University of California, Berkeley and are interested to know the state of Islamic banking in Indonesia, just head to the university hall and meet an Indonesian scholar for the related insights.  Check out the details below:

Date: May 12, 2011

Time: 12-1 p.m

Venue: International House, Home Room, University of California, Berkeley

Speaker: Dr. Muhammad Syafii Antonio

Background of Speaker:

Dr. Muhammad Syafii Antonio is a renowned Islamic Banking expert from Indonesia, and has over 16 years of experience in the field. He holds Ph.D in Finance from University of Melbourne, obtained Masters of Economic from International Islamic University Malaysia and first degree in Islamic Law from University of Jordan and Islamic Studies Program from Al Azhar University, Cairo. He has published nine books on Islamic banking, economics, zakat and leadership. Currently, he serves as Board of Commissioner and Shariah Advisor in several Islamic financial institutions, as well as member of Indonesian Central Bank’s Expert Committee on Islamic Banking and National Shariah Council.
At International House, UC Berkeley, Dr. Syafii Antonio will present an overview of Islamic Economics, Banking, and Finance and will highlight Indonesia’s experience in establishing such system.

This event is free of charge and open to the public., 510-642-9460



Written by Suapi Shaffaii

May 8, 2011 at 9:20 pm

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