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Islamic Bank Australia

We’re Australia’s first Islamic bank. We're not open for business yet. We're a "Restricted ADI" which allows us to build our systems and test...

Australia licenses its first Islamic bank – and it’s digital

After about a decade crucial foundational work, IBA Group has finally received its long-awaited regulatory go-ahead to operate as Australia’s first-ever Islamic bank; and in an interesting turn of events, it will forgo the traditional brick-and-mortar approach and instead, go fully digital.

myIOU records positive cashflow amid Islamic fintech drive

myIOU, the Malaysian buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) arm of Australia-listed IOUpay, has achieved positive adjusted net operating cashflow for the fourth consecutive quarter in the July—September 2022 period. This is on the back of receiving a Shariah seal of approval and forming new partnerships with Islamic finance-related entities.

IOUpay appoints new chairman as it prepares Islamic fintech debut

IOUpay has named Malaysian Islamic banking veteran Wan Asmadi Wan Ahmad as the non-executive chairman of its board of directors as the Australian public listed firm prepares to roll out an Islamic fintech product over the next few months.

Mobiquity launches digital Islamic banking MVP

Having partnered with an Islamic bank last year to support its digital transformation, Hexaware Technologies’s Mobiquity has now launched a digital Islamic banking minimum viable product (MVP), with a view of capturing a slice of the burgeoning multitrillion dollar Islamic finance market.

Islamic crypto asset-related start-ups capturing attention of global investors

Investors — both conventional and Islamic — are warming up to Halal crypto-based projects as evident by more related Shariah fintech start-ups winning investments, a sign that is likely to be a boon for the Islamic fintech sector.

Bupa Arabia’s new LLC to invest in tech opens doors for new Islamic insurtech initiatives

The largest insurer in one of the world’s largest Shariah compliant insurance markets has secured a nod from the regulator to set up an...

Malaysia’s Islamic digital bank race gets more interesting with new consortium

The race for an Islamic digital banking license in Malaysia has indeed attracted an interesting pool of contenders including a public listed agrochemicals company...

New York start-up to launch Islamic fintech payment platform to tap capture Muslim dollar

A New York-based fintech start-up, backed by Australian and US entities, will launch an Islamic digital payment platform over the next few weeks, riding on the Islamic fintech wave to capture the burgeoning multitrillion dollar Shariah finance universe.

Malaysia shifts Islamic fintech gear; the world takes notice

Malaysia — like any other Muslim markets — faces intense competition from both other Islamic finance leaders as well as fintech centers in capturing the Islamic fintech market. The Southeast Asian nation, however, has been quietly laying the bricks down to build a solid foundation for this new vertical and is beginning to reap the rewards with new Islamic fintech ventures joining the fray.

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