Tashkent: ‘The inherent features of Blockchain can bring a lot of value to Islamic banking and financing.’ This was stated by Muhammad Salman Anjum – Chief Mate of InvoiceMate and Head-BSV Hub for MENA & South Asia during his keynotes “Islamic Banking & Finance in Blockchain Era”
at 2nd CIS Islamic Bank & Finance Forum. The Three days event took place at Hyatt Regency, Tashkent, Uzbekistan from 21st to 23rd October 2021. The event was organized by UAE-based AlHuda CIBE.
Speaking at the occasion, Salman highlighted how blockchain can disrupt the financial sector with a special emphasis on Islamic finance. He explained the usage of blockchain to bring trust, security, and efficiency in Islamic banking and financing instruments. Salman highlighted Decentralized Financing or DeFi as an emerging trend in the financial sector. He also elaborated on the usage of blockchain in Shariah-compliant invoice financing while highlighting the upcoming Invoice financing features of ‘InvoiceMate’. The audience took great interest in the use of contemporary technologies like Blockchain and AI in the Islamic financing sector. The event was attended by top-level finance professionals from the CIS and MENA regions.
About AlHuda CIBE
AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics (CIBE) is a pioneer organization that started its efforts to promote Islamic Banking and Finance 14 years ago.
InvoiceMate is the world’s first blockchain-based invoice management system. InvoiceMate incorporates contemporary technologies like blockchain and AI to effectively address traditional invoice processing challenges.
About Muhammad Salman Anjum
Salman has been named a “Top 100 Blockchain Leader in World.” As a Founder and Chief Mate of InvoiceMate, he is co-creating the future of invoice processing with the blockchain-enabled trusted process and enhanced efficiency. Salman Is the Head of BSV Hub for MENA & South Asia.