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Azmi & Associates Receives the Best Islamic Finance Law Firm 2016 Award

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Azmi & Associates is proud to have been chosen as the Best Islamic Finance Law Firm 2016 at the prestigious Global Islamic Finance Award held at Fairmont Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia on 29 September 2016. Global Islamic Finance Awards (GIFA) are the first of their kind of awards and emerged as the most respectable market-led awards in Islamic banking and finance.

The awards recognised the outstanding contributions made by institutions and individuals within the Islamic finance banking industry.

The Firm’s Managing Partner who is also the Head, Global Financial Services & Islamic Banking practice, Ahmad Lutfi Abdull Mutalip as well as Farhah Hayati Mamat, a partner in Global Financial Services & Islamic Banking practice, received the Award on behalf of the Firm during the Award Ceremony.

Lutfi says “Being an important component in the Islamic banking and finance (IBF) ecosystem, Islamic finance law firms like Azmi & Associates play a significant role in ensuring the IBF principles, products, structures and documentation are enforceable under local law requirements in various parts of the world. With Malaysia being the market leader in IBF, our achievements could become a model to other countries which are on similar path. The Award presented to us will definitely strengthen our resolve to contribute towards the success of IBF globally.”

The Global Financial Services & Islamic Banking practice of the Firm has advised various clients in numerous exercises ranging from Sukuk, syndicated and cross-border financing, structured and project financing, trade facilities, Islamic banking product development, Islamic derivatives including profit rate swap to venture capital and private equity funding and more recently in the areas of Islamic crowd funding and waqf.