Along with the launch of Specialized Master in participatory Finance, Groupe ISCAE has organized jointly with Al Maali-Dubai a Conference-debate under the theme: “The Future of Islamic Economy”.
The parties Groupe ISCAE and MAALI DUBAI have seized the opportunity to sign a partnership agreement.
The conference was organized at ISCAE-Casablanca, and has been moderated by Mr. Abdelkader Amor IDRISSI, Founder of Maali-Dubai and Maali-Casablanca, the focus was on the challenges posed by disruptive technological breakthroughs and their impacts on the future of employment and education, in general, and in the context of Islamic economy sector, in particular.
These new technologies are based on operating principles such as the peer-to-peer relationship, sharing, transparency and decentralization. On the one hand, they open up new unsuspected possibilities for wealth creation and employment and, on the other hand, guide how to collaborate and compete. These evolutions have been highlighted through examples from the financial, cooperative and social sectors.
Moreover, future developments in the field of training are in line with the generalization of the use of IT tools, hyper-specialization and skills-based learning.
At the end of the presentation, the debate was opened and the question and answer session covers various aspects ranging from the competitiveness of the products of the participation banks in Morocco to the accounting and audit aspects related to these institutions, and giving an insight about the specificities of the Specialized Master in Participatory Finance (MSFP).