we told you that there is a community working to solve the financial issues of Muslims in Singapore so that we can all live peacefully as Muslims? Don't worry they don't sell insurance nor investments 😉. Read on to find more!
Is insurance halal?
Where to invest?
Why Islamic finance?
Well those are just some of the questions we have received from the public when it comes to living their lives financially as Muslims. But don't worry, we don't sell insurance nor investments, just a community of Islamic finance scholars, practitioners and students trying to educate the public.
Back to the topic,
Always taught of investing but don't know where to start?
Don't worry we have a 3 page infographic on both investment and insurance!
Heard about Riba, gharar and maysir but how does it apply?
Well insurance actually has all three elements but there is an alternative.
Tired of financial consultants selling you financial products?
Join us in this webinar to know the different products out there
Just wanted to just live peacefully, with everything halal
Well, we can't promise that with just one webinar but this is a start!
If we managed to answer your questions above with a yes then secure your seats on this webinar! You'll have the most productive 1.5 hours of your life ever invested to better your financial life and subsequently other people's!
If you are still on the fence about registering for this event, then would you be interested in getting two three page info graphs on investments that are fully compliant for Muslims as well as a three page info graph on insurance for the Singaporean Muslim? Both would cost $10 but we are adding one more, an investment mind map of all the available investments in Singapore:
Mindmap of investments
Investment cheat sheet
Insurance cheat sheet
You will gain a solid understanding of:
Islamic principles for your finances
• The difference between conventional & Islamic Financial Planning
• The conduct of the Muslim individual in conducting finances
Insurance, the alternative when there is no takaful
• Islamic viewpoint on risk management
• Misconception about Protecting one’s family via takaful
Debt Management for Singaporean Muslims
• Islamic viewpoint on debt: borrowers & lenders
• Debt: The Silent Cancer
Investing, there's more than what you are shown
• Islamic viewpoint on investment planning
• The differences between conventional & Islamic investment planning
• Misconception about Islamic investing
Zakat, waqaf and fulfilling your religious obligations
• Islamic viewpoint on Zakat & Waqf
• Estate planning tools; nomination, hibah, wasiat, faraidh etc.
No holes barred Q&A session
Fire away any questions yo have on contemporary matters such as cryptos, forex, riba etc
Your soon-to-be instructor, Mr Sani Hamid explaining the issue on riba'(interest) from an economic perspective
Join 300+ others who have successfully went through the session!
Get to know your instructor to be!
Sani Hamid currently holds the position of Director (Economy & Market Strategy) in Financial Alliance. He also heads the Financial Alliance Islamic Wealth Advisory (FAiWA) division within Financial Alliance.
Sani has nearly 30 years of working experience in the financial markets, having worked for companies such as S&P MMS where he led a team of analysts covering Emerging Asian economies; BNP Paribas Peregrine as a senior economist; and S&P Ratings as a Director in the sovereign team overseeing the ratings of countries such as Indonesia, India, Malaysia and Singapore.
He has been widely quoted in the media throughout his career and has spoken at numerous international conferences on a range of topics. He holds a Bachelor in Business (Hon) from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and a Masters in Social Science in Applied Economics from the National University of Singapore. He is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). He also has a Certificate in Islamic Banking & Finance from the International Islamic University of Malaysia.
Sani presently advises several Muslim Welfare Organizations on investment matters. He is actively involved with voluntary work with Muslim associations such as MUIS, Mendaki and others. He is also the advisor to the Debt Advisory Centre @ Association of Muslim Professionals.
Claim your seats now by registering for this webinar and enjoy a learning journey meant to teach and not to sell!
If you have any questions, simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
P.s: If you are one of those who reads until the end, here's the scoop:
To help you get started on your financial journey as a Muslim, we are offering you a 1.5-hour webinar. We understand that you have to pay, but we've done these events so many times that we've realized that there is no commitment from the other side to attend when we make it free, so here we are offering you to buy us a cup of coffee and if you're not satisfied with the event, we'll gladly refund you the amount.
So, don't wait to sign up! This event will sell out fast! It's going to be a blast!