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REDmoney Loyalty Program  
REDmoney is happy to introduce its loyalty program. To extend its appreciation, REDmoney has developed membership packages that offer loyal clients more perks and benefits for their continued support.

Platinum Membership
Applicable to individuals who have attended an Islamic Finance training public course during the past year

Benefits:

  • 7.5% discount on future training courses attended (applicable to Islamic Finance training and MIF Training courses)
  • 10% discount on individual/company-wide subscription rates to Islamic Finance news
  • Given preference to attend any conferences organized by Islamic Finance events
  • Free guides and supplements published by REDmoney
     

Gold Membership
Applicable only to Individual and Company-Wide Subscribers, MIF Training delegates and in-house training delegates

Benefits:

  • 5% discount on future training courses attended (applicable to MIF Training courses only)

  • 5% discount on individual/company-wide subscription rates to Islamic Finance news (applicable only to training delegates)

  • Given preference to attend any conferences organized by Islamic Finance events

  • Free guides and supplements published by REDmoney

Terms and Conditions

  • Membership commences from the date payment is received for a REDmoney product
  • Membership is for a duration of 12 months
  • Membership is tagged to the individual who has purchased a REDmoney product, rather than the organization
  • Training discounts are applicable only for public training courses
  • All discounts are valid within the year of membership

For more enquiries on the REDmoney loyalty program, please email info@REDmoneygroup.com or
call +603 2162 7800.
 

 
Latest Issue
Wednesday 15th October 2014
Volume 11 Issue 41
   
Cover Story
IFN Rapid
News Briefs
Asset Management
Takaful
Ratings
Moves
IFN Reports
IFN Country Correspondents
  Pakistan: Promising development
  The rise of Islamic personal financing
  Jordan officially inaugurates regulations for Sukuk
  Continued enthusiasm in UK real estate
  Hibah: Recent Malaysian Shariah resolutions and its enforceability
IFN Sector Correspondents
  Takaful and re-Takaful: Takaful growth in Africa
IFN Country Analysis
  Tunisia: One step at a time
IFN Sector Analysis
  Ratings: A vital component
Features
  Overview of Islamic finance in Nigeria
Islamic finance in Nigeria, otherwise known as non-interest banking, has maintained consistency in growth...
  Sukuk hit the mainstream
The last three months, dating from the issue of the UK government Sukuk in July, have shown that Islamic finance, and Sukuk in particular, is moving out of its traditional markets in the Gulf and Malaysia...
  Sukuk: Current challenges facing non-Muslim sovereign issuers
As we approach the end of the year and move into the fourth quarter, MATTHEW SAPTE looks at the growth of the Sukuk sector and evaluates the regulatory development of the market over 2014...
  Conversation with Cobalt
Our exclusive IFN Correspondent for the Takaful sector in Europe, interviews Zubair Miah, the Shariah scholar at Cobalt, the only Shariah compliant underwriting agency working within the London insurance market...
Case Study
Hong Kong sovereign Sukuk: Evidence of a Sukuk-friendly environment

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