TAKAUD to participate in Islamic Development Bankâ€™s sovereign investments forum
TAKAUD will participate in the third Sovereign Investments Forum, organised by the Islamic Development Bank, in Bali, Indonesia from 10 to 12 April 2017.
The Forum will bring together leaders and top executives responsible for Sovereign investments, treasury departments and pension agencies in Islamic countries globally, to discuss investment programmes and opportunities, sustainable development goals and public-private partnerships. TAKAUD’s Chief of Government Business and Communications, Ebrahim K. Ebrahim will participate, representing TAKAUD at the event.
“This is an excellent opportunity for TAKAUD to learn about Islamic countries’ investment needs and share information about our technical expertise and experience in the areas of open-architecture investments and pension scheme administration. TAKAUD will highlight the great potential for Public Private Partnerships to work successfully for pension provision and administration in the Islamic world. The public sector is the first pension pillar. Its efforts are complemented by the private sector, which can provide the second and third pension pillars—employer-sponsored pension schemes and individual pension plans—to supplement the government programmes and make pension systems more sustainable,” said Ebrahim.
The Islamic Development Bank is an international Islamic financial institution, which was incorporated in 1975 in Jeddah, KSA. The bank fosters the economic development and social progress of member countries and Muslim communities individually and jointly, in accordance with the principles of Shari'ah law.
TAKAUD, a member of the KIPCO Group, is the MENA Region’s leader in pension solutions. They organised and hosted the MENA Pensions Conference, a major international event that is scheduled for its second occurrence, in Bahrain next October.