Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS May 27, 2021
Disclosed by Bank Apr 29, 2021
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According to bank provided information, the project is a continuation of cooperation between Palestinian Capital Market Authority and International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group) to develop a strategy and a road map to develop Islamic financial services in West Bank and Gaza. Project will bring together all Islamic financial services related stakeholders to view and evaluate international experience in developing Islamic financial services, discuss gaps hindering the development of such a market up to the international developed standards, and agree to a comprehensive plan on how to address these gaps.
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