The Annual State of the Global Islamic Economy Report (SGIE) is the go-to reference for investors, entrepreneurs and industry executives for everything Islamic/ Halal related.

Their recent 2019/2020 report has just launched across major cities globally, including New York, Dubai, Kuala Lumpar, Jakarta and Sydney.

Crescent Wealth was featured in the report showcasing our leadership in addressing the demand for Islamic super & ethical investments.

The State of the Global Islamic Economy Report is in its 7th year of production and produced by DinarStandard, in partnership with SalaamGateway (the largest news and insights media for the global Islamic economy) and Supported by Dubai Islamic Economy Development Center (DIEDC).

This year, DinarStandard is fully driving the production of the Report with Refinitiv (formerly ThomsonReuters) serving as the Islamic Finance data partner.

The Annual State of the Global Islamic Economy Report highlights the $2.2 trillion opportunity across lifestyle sectors in serving the faith-inspired ethical needs of the world’s 1.8 billion Muslim consumers.

The report has global reach exceeding 90,000 readers across 85 countries, with substantial media coverage including CNN, BBC and Wall Street Journal; offering detailed insights into market sectors such as Food, Fashion, Travel, Pharma, Cosmetics, Finance, Media & Recreation.

We were proud to join the Australian official launch in Sydney on the 28th November where the key highlights and opportunities were presented as well as a panel session that highlighted the important success stories.

Also attending the event his the His Excellency, the Ambassador of UAE to Australia Mr Abdulla Al-Subousi, representatives of Government on State and Federal level and the Australian corporate and Muslim community.

Click here to view the Australian country brief Islamic market report.

Click here to view Australian media coverage.

 

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Talal currently serves as a Non-Executive Director on the Whitlam Institute and Western Sydney University Foundation Council Board. He also serves as Chairman of First Quay Capital and Chairman of the Australian Arab Dialogue. Talal has also served on the Australia Post, Board of Sydney Ports, Macquarie University and the Western Sydney Area Health Service and the Chairman of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Council of Australia Arab Relations. In an executive capacity, Talal spent 10 years at PwC as a director and strategist, and at investment firm Babcock & Brown in the Corporate Finance Group and later in the Technical Real Estate Division. Later Talal held leadership positions in Better Place Australia, Platinum Hearing and Star Transport Australia.

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