IFN Forum Morocco 2018

IFN Forum Morocco 2018

Après une édition réussie en 2017, IFN Morocco Forum 2018 se tient à Casablanca le 17 avril 2018 pour offrir aux acteurs de l’industrie une opportunité exceptionnelle d’explorer le potentiel de ce marché naissant mais prometteur.

Lancée en 2014 avec le vote du projet de loi sur le financement participatif, suivi du développement d’un cadre réglementaire exhaustif visant à intégrer tous les aspects de la finance participative, l’industrie de la finance participative (finance islamique) est parée pour la croissance au Maroc.

Huit banques ont obtenu des licences en 2017 pour offrir des produits conformes à la charia. Cette étape majeure a été suivie par l’inauguration du réseau de succursales des banques dédiées aux activités de financement participatif.

Aujourd’hui, pour les banques participatives, la priorité absolue est certainement l’introduction de l’assurance Takaful, mais certains acteurs du marché ont mentionné le besoin d’une industrie islamique de gestion d’actifs tandis que d’autres demandent que la Bourse de Casablanca soit équipée d’un indice islamique d’actions.

Programme

09:00 – 09:15 Welcome Remarks

09:15 – 09:30 Welcome Address

Said Amaghdir – Chairman, Moroccan Association for Participative Finance Professionals – Shariah Compliant (AMFP)

09:30 – 10:30 Islamic Finance, Investment and Banking in Morocco

Through a respected panel, we take a look at developments in regulation, banking, capital markets, funds, investment management and Takaful in Morocco. We assess the introduction of the 2017 Islamic banking regulations, the Shariah Committee for Participative Finance and the development of the Islamic banking ecosystem in the Kingdom.

Panelists:

  • Alain Verbeken – Director, Tax-Financial Services, Mazars Financial Advisory Services
  • Amal Souaifi – Head of Insurance Studies and Standardization, Moroccan Supervisory Authority of Insurance and Social Security
  • Ikhlas Mettioui – Head of Asset Management, Moroccan Capital Markets Authority
  • Mohamed Maarouf  General Manager, BTI Bank
  • Said Amaghdir  Chairman, Moroccan Association for Participative Finance Professionals – Shariah Compliant (AMFP) and Director takaful project at SAHAM Assurance
  • Youssef Baghdadi  CEO, Bank Assafa

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee & Networking 

11:00 – 11:45 Sukuk, Capital Markets and Investment Banking in Morocco

What more can be done to bring Sukuk issuers to market in Morocco? We discuss how the process of issuing Islamic capital markets instruments in Morocco can be simplified, including an assessment of recent regulatory changes to the securitization law and attempts towards tax neutrality. How does Morocco develop Sukuk tradability and an efficient secondary market?

Moderator : Mohammad Farrukh Raza – Managing Director, IFAAS

Panelists:

  • Badr Benyoussef – Chief Business Development Officer, Casablanca Stock Exchange
  • Houda Chafil – CEO, Maghreb Titrisation
  • Monem Salam – President and Fund Manager, Saturna
  • Yassine Temli – Managing Partner, Maghreb Capital Advisors

11:45 – 12:30 Islamic Retail Banking and Takaful Roundtable

We ask a panel to discuss the environment for Islamic retail banking, wealth management and Takaful activity in Morocco. We examine Islamic product offerings and structures, as well as regulation and the roles of the Central Guarantee Fund and the Insurance Supervisory Authority. What sort of retail and Takaful products can we expect to see in Morocco?

Panelists:

  • Anass Patel – CEO, ConexCap
  • Fouad Harraze – Director General, Al Akhdar Bank
  • Koudama Zeroual – General Manager, Takaful, Wafa Assurance
  • Muhammad Ashfaq – CEO, Amanah Institute of Islamic Finance and Economics – Amanah IIFE

12:30 – 12:40 Presentation: Financial Technology and Islamic Finance in North Africa

Presenter: Rachid Ouaich – Co-Founder, ConexCap

12:40 – 13:20 Innovation in Islamic Finance in Morocco and Africa

We take a closer look at innovation in finance in Morocco and the region, and focus on important initiatives such as Islamic microfinance, sustainable/responsible finance, Green Sukuk and education. What opportunities does the new legal framework governing collaborative financing activities (crowdfunding) offer?

Moderator: Dr. Mohamed Wail Aaminou – General Manager, Al Maali Consulting Group

Panelists:

  • Abderrahmane Lahlou – Expert in Participative Finance, ABWAB Consultants
  • Hissam Kamal Hassan – Research Fellow, International Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA)
  • Mohammed Amine Sabibi – Financial Consultant and Coordinator of the Executive Master Principles and Practices of Islamic Finance, Casablanca – University Paris-Dauphine
  • Khalil Labniouri – Commercial Director and Member of the Board, Bank Assafa
  • Mohamed Boulif – Partner, Head of Intelligence, R&D and Education, IFAAS Group-Fineopolis Institute

13:20 Closing Remarks & End of Forum 

13:25 Luncheon

14.30 – 17.00 The IFN Morocco Dialogue

Now in its third year, the highly acclaimed IFN Dialogue will once again bring together a select group of Morocco’s leading Islamic finance industry’s practitioners and regulators to openly discuss the benefits and concerns facing the Shariah compliant financing and investment market today.

This thought-provoking exclusive closed-door session brings together the industry’s elite with extensive knowledge of that particular market and industry regulators. The Morocco Dialogue will consist of local regulators and industry practitioners and international key players with a solid understanding of the local market but with an outsider’s point of view.

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