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Central Bank of Oman enters fintech playground with sandbox

The Central Bank of Oman (CBO) has followed in the footsteps of its peers by launching its Fintech Regulatory Sandbox, as the Sultanate gears...

DIFC FinTech Hive nurtures Islamic fintech start-ups through latest cohort

Two Islamic fintech start-ups have made the cut for the competitive DIFC FinTech Hive accelerator program’s Investor Day, which also showcased 15 other solutions,...

GFIN to launch cross-border testing of financial products

The Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN) is inviting firms to participate in testing innovative financial products, services, business models and regulatory technology across five...

DFSA opens applications for regulatory sandbox

The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) has opened applications for local and international firms wishing to join the winter 2021 cohort of its regulatory...

Bahrain’s digital fintech lab gets Islamic flavor

The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has unveiled its latest fintech initiative, FinHub973, an open application programming interface (API) innovation platform enabling the testing...

Saudi accelerates fintech development with new program

Committed to diversifying its oil-dependent economy through financial services among others, the largest Islamic financial market in the world has rolled out a fintech...

International fintech start-ups pitch for Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank’s business

Eight fintech start-ups from countries including the US, Canada, Singapore, Bahrain and the UK are eyeing for an opportunity to work with Abu Dhabi...

Capital Markets Malaysia sees Islamic fintech as cornerstone of Malaysia’s Islamic capital market global leadership

Islamic fintech has been identified by the Capital Markets Malaysia (CMM) as a key growth driver for Malaysia’s Shariah capital markets and will be...

INTERVIEW: Malaysia building its Islamic fintech proposition

In this interview, Norhizam Kadir, the vice-president of Fintech and Islamic Digital Economy at Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), provides his insights into the...

DIFC invests in Islamic fintech

The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has invested in four fintech start-ups including two which offer Shariah compliant services — remittance platform NOW Money...

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