Tagged: Islamic Banking

Positive Facilities or Ejabiah in Saudi Arabia Awards Core Banking System Contract to Islamic Software Provider Path Solutions

The newly formed financing firm in Saudi Arabia, Positive Facilities Co. Ltd. (Ejabiah), has reportedly entered an agreement with Path Solutions for the introduction of its interest-free Core banking platform. Ejabiah will be providing a unique 0% interest financing product, which is somewhat similar to… Read More

Digital Banking for Young Clients to be Offered by Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank or ADIB

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB), an Islamic financial institution, reveals that it has introduced “Amwali,” which is an Islamic digital proposition meant for youth between the ages of 8 to 18. Amwali is described as a unique proposition that aims to bring together a suite… Read More

Mobile-Only, Shariah Compliant Banking Solution Introduced by Boubyan Bank in the UK

Boubyan Bank has introduced a mobile-only, Sharia-compliant banking solution in the United Kingdom. The platform will aim to address the requirements of individuals residing in the Middle East who may have international banking needs. As noted in the announcement, Nomo will be providing a new… Read More

Virtual Banking: Bank Negara Malaysia Receives 29 Digital Banking License Applications, Up to 5 Will be Issued

Bank Negara Malaysia, the nation’s reserve bank, recently revealed that it received 29 different applications for a virtual bank license under the Financial Services Act 2013 and the Islamic Financial Services Act 2013. This has come after a 6-month application period, which came to an… Read More

Islamic Banking Penetration Could Increase in Oman with Greater Use of Fintech to Serve Clients: Report

Fitch Ratings reports that the Islamic banking ecosystem in Oman is expected to continue growing during 2021-2022 after rather strong momentum last year. This, despite the COVID-19 outbreak and historically low oil prices, Fitch Ratings noted. Islamic financing in the MENA region country expanded by… Read More

Digital Banking: Central Bank of the Philippines Is Open to Exploring Investment Opportunities from Qatar to Streamline its Financial Sector

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), the central bank of the Philippines, is reportedly open to exploring potential investment deals from Qatar. According to a BSP representative, these deals will focus on digital banking and Fintech projects. Arifa A Ala, the MD at BSP, noted that… Read More

UK-based Al Rayan, a Shariah-Compliant Bank, to Close Down Online Banking Platform, Services Will Only be Available via Bank’s App

UK-based Al Rayan, a Sharia-compliant bank, has decided to close down its online banking service by February 26, 2020. The move will now force its clients to switch over to the bank’s app-only financial services with only a short six days notice period. Al Rayan’s… Read More

Banking Challenger App Niyah Launches Services in the UK for Nation’s Islamic Community

Niyah, a banking challenger app, has officially launched its services in the United Kingdom for the country’s Islamic community. The company claims it’s “the first Fintech Islamic banking app and ethical financial marketplace platform” to offer services in the UK. The Niyah app is Shariah-compliant,… Read More

French Home Finance and Savings Firm 570easi to Launch Challenger Bank, SOeasi

570easi, a French home finance and savings solutions company, has introduced its own challenger bank, called SOeasi, in order to establish the world’s first Islamic ethics-focused neobank. The challenger bank aims to leverage 570easi’s existing customer base as a foundation to help grow its business…. Read More

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