The Malaysia Hub since its establishment has partnered with Malaysian counterparts in cementing the country’s global leadership in Islamic finance. The inaugural issuance of the World’s first green sukuk in Malaysia has expanded the narrative for the synergy between Islamic finance which values socially responsible investment and the global trends of incorporating the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles in financing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
[REPORT] Islamic Green Finance : Development, Ecosystem and Prospects
This report by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) and the World Bank Group is based on the presentations and discussions from a Conference organized by the SC, World Bank Group and the IOSCO Asia Pacific Hub on Harnessing Islamic Finance for a Green Future held from 14 to 15 May 2018 in Kuala Lumpur
[REPORT] Green Bond Proceeds Management and Reporting
This publication Green Bond Proceeds Management and Reporting: A World Bank Guide for Green Bond Issuers was produced jointly by the World Bank Treasury and Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation Global Practice. The objective of this Guide is to clarify the processes issuers in the public sector can follow to meet two of the four elements of the Green Bond Principles (GBP): proceeds management and reporting.
[REPORT] Islamic Finance And Public-Private Partnership: Viability, Opportunities and Recommendations
This report by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) and the World Bank Group is based on the presentations and discussions from a Conference organized by the SC and the World Bank Group on Islamic Finance and Public-Private Partnership for Infrastructure Development held from 8 to 9 May 2017 in Kuala Lumpur
[BLOGS] Regular Reflections from the Kuala Lumpur team on Islamic Finance
- How Malaysia created a conducive ecosystem for Islamic sustainable finance
- How Islamic Finance is Helping Fuel Malaysia’s Green Growth
- Malaysia Launches the World’s First Green Islamic Bond
- Can Islamic social finance be the key to end poverty and hunger?
- Sustainable Development Goals and the role of Islamic finance
- Islamic finance in Malaysia: Filling the gaps in financial inclusion