World Takaful Conference

  • 11 Apr 2017, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    12 Apr 2017, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Dusit Thani, Dubai, UAE
Overview

Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) is pleased to be a strategic partner to the World Takaful Conference (WTC) 2017, the leading global forum for Takaful that has played an instrumental role in the development of the industry for more than a decade by facilitating thought-provoking discussions, producing quality research and generating actionable insights.

The DIFC is home to a number of companies who provide Islamic Finance and is committed to the development of this sector and although still at a nascent stage of development, the Takaful industry has witnessed rapid growth over the past seven years with its total assets doubling in the last five years. As the industry navigates through the complex global insurance landscape, there is a greater need for its leaders to share insights and deliberate on new strategies to help it grow beyond is niche status.

WTC serves as a platform to facilitate idea-sharing among industry leaders gathered from diverse parts of the world ranging from key markets for Takaful such as the GCC and South East Asia to emerging markets such as Africa and Europe. The 12th edition of the conference will centre around the theme of “Stability, Authenticity & Technological Transformation” and will feature:

  • The exclusive launch of the World Takaful Report 2017
  • InsurTech Integrated – a one-day dedicated stream focused on the impact of disruptive technologies on the Takaful industry
  • Live polling on key issues gravitating around Takaful
  • A dedicated WTC exhibition
  • An interactive digital experience powered by the MegaConnect application
  • Host of plenary sessions with industry leaders, regulators, economists, and technology gurus

WTC will take place on 11 and 12 April at the Dusit Thani Hotel, Dubai with registration taking place through the World Takaful Conference website.

Venue

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