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ISLAMIC FINANCE VS. ETHICAL FINANCE ARE THEY TRULY SIMILAR?
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
6:00pm – 8:00pm 
Impact HUB Madrid
Calle Alameda, 22, Madrid 28007, Spain
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In the context of the “What is Out There?” Competition, SCIEF (the IE's Center for Islamic Economics and Finance), is organizing a conference to explore the similarities and differences between Islamic and ethical finance. This conference will explore some of the ethical issues surrounding finance and investment.

Islamic Finance has grown rapidly in the recent years, from about USD200 billion in 2003 to an estimated USD 2 trillion at the end of 2015. Anyhow, it is an almost unknown industry in Europe.

In this conference, we want to show you a different perspective on how finance and investment can be developed, and also get involved in promoting the financial innovation and the positive use of financial resources.

Join us next Wednesday, June 1st at the Impact HUB Madrid!
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Impact HUB Madrid, Calle Alameda, 22, Madrid 28007, Spain

Wednesday, June 1, 2016, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Web site:  https://madrid.impacthub.net/

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Miguel Ganzo
JAK Medlemsbank
Expert on Ethical Finance
Miguel Ganzo is a Spanish mathematician who lives in Malmö, south of Sweden.
He is an expert on ethical finance and has been working with JAK Members Bank. He coordinated the international relations of the bank so he is in contact with very different movements and projects on alternative finances all around the word.
JAK Members Bank is a cooperative bank, founded in Sweden 1965, which is operating an interest-free savings and loan system since 1970 and obtained the Bank License in 1997. JAK don't have the goal to expand its activities abroad. Instead JAK would like help people in other countries to create their own interest-free projects.
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Mohamed Abdeltawab Ahmed Ibrahim
IDB - IRTI
Learning Program Specialist
Mohamed is the Learning Program Specialist and Economic Researcher at the Islamic Research and Training Institute – IRTI –IDB. He has also been Senior Training Specialist at the Egyptian Bank Institute(EBI) – The Central Bank Of Egypt and Training Manager at QNB Al AHli Bank.
He studied Business Administration at Benha University. He also holds a Master Degree in Islamic Finance Practice on The Global University of Islamic Finance - INCEIF (Malaysia) and Master Degree in Business Administration on ESELSCA Business School (Paris).
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Olivia Orozco
Casa Árabe
Training and Economy Coordinator
Dr. Orozco is specialized in the economics and development of Arab countries, Islamic economics and banking, and economic thought in the Mediterranean. She is the main editor of Casa Árabe’s publications on economic issues, from finance, to business, industrial policy, water, migration, development and the economic consequences of conflicts.
Doctor in History and Civilization from the European University Institute of Florence (EUI, 2008), she holds a Master’s degree in Contemporary Arab Studies from the University of Georgetown (MAAS, 2003) and a Bachelor's degree in Economic Sciences from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM, 1998). She co-authored the first book in Spanish about Islamic Economics and Banking (AECID, 1998) and has published articles on this topic, as well as on the history of economic thought in the Mediterranean and today’s Arab world economies.
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José Moncada
La Bolsa Social
CEO
Jose Moncada likes companies and investors that want to do good when doing business because they share social and environmental values. He believes in the great economic and social potential of the social enterprises and impact investors.
www.BolsaSocial.com is the first crowdimpacting platform in Spain: an equity crowdfunding platform that connects social enterprises and impact investors. The idea is become the most relevant financial market for impact investors and social enterprises in the EU. Bolsa Social is authorized and regulated by the CNMV, the Spanish market regulator .
Jose also taught EU Financial Markets in the University of La Sorbonne (Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne), in the Master of Economic Information and Communication.