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Cydinar Hosts Workshop On Physical Gold Investment Account For Islamic Bank

News From : DagangHalal.com (19 Apr 2010)

KUALA LUMPUR, April 19 (Bernama) — Professionals with financial background are invited to participate in a one-day High Achiever Round Table (HART) to gain insight on the syariah model of a physical gold investment for Islamic bank at the Crowne Plaza Hotel here on Friday (April 23).

Cydinar Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Mohd Zahari Osman said the syariah model was an alternative to the existing non-Islamic paper gold in the borderless market.

“It is also aimed at creating a team of gold dealer mastering in syariah alternative structure such as information, negotiations, documentations, deals, financing and performance,” he told Bernama here Monday.

Mohd Zahari said a physical gold investment was totally a different nature, culture and performance compared to what was known in other sectors.

“The idea has been developed only through the day-to-day experiences dealing with various groups in gold trading in different parts of the world in Germany, China, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Canada, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Brunei, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, India, Indonesia, South Africa and Malaysia,” he said.

Thus, he said the HART specialises with more on case studies by discovering the syariah model with applied nature of documentations affecting gold trading culture and structure in the contemporary reality.

He said Cydinar was a strategic partner to Ansoff Associate International Asia Pte Ltd, a member of Ansoff Associates International, a global strategic consultancy firm specialising in strategy formulation and implementation.

“At the HART, you can join key gold players, our partners and your peers to explore innovative business solutions that offer visibility and insight, support growth strategies and deliver rapid and significant returns on investment, trading and trade,” he said.

More information can be obtained by calling him at 019-2490479 or 03-21472575 or through fax at 03-21474666 or e-mail [email protected].


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