Global Islamic Finance and Impact Investing Platform

Global Islamic Finance and Impact Investing Platform was established by the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) and UNDP’s Istanbul International Center for Private Sector in Development (IICPSD) on 5 May 2016, in Jakarta.

Engaging the private sector, governments, and key stakeholders operating in the Islamic finance and impact investing markets, the platform aims to promote market-based solutions to sustainable development challenges by creating a collaborative working space among these actors.

Vision

Position Islamic finance and impact investing as a leading enabler of global SDG implementation through private sector engagement.

Mision

The platform will strategize and nurture an Islamic finance and impact investing business ecosystem through:

  • developing a spectrum of Sharia compliant impact investing tools and instruments, and
  • improving the access of impact enterprises to Islamic funding

#IslamicBanking in the Commonwealth of Independent States is set for rapid growth, driven by governments creating more favourable rules. Moody’s looks into the numbers and the plans: https://t.co/FI4auLEUoG #IslamicFinance

Gulcin Salingan of UNDP @GIFIIP says, the world never has so much disposal capital until now at $165 trillion or 8 times the size of the U.S GDP, massive potential for #SDGs financing #infokeu #AIFC19 @KemenkeuRI

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