AL EBREIZ Perkenal Kewangan Hibrid Islamik

Satu lagi penyelesaian bagi kewangan Islam yang bebas dari riba untuk rakyat Malaysia!

Baru-baru ini Al-Ebreiz Global Capital Berhad, syarikat berasaskan teknologi bagi penyelesaian kewangan hibrid Islamik “blockchain” telah mengadakan majlis pelancaran memperkenalkan produk penyelesaian kewangan itu di Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.

Tujuan utama produk itu dilancarkan adalah untuk mengubah sistem ekonomi moden sekarang ini kepada sistem ekonomi Islamik yang menfokuskan pada keadilan, perkongsian bersama faedah yang diterima dan bebas dari riba.

Satu platform digital turut diperkenalkan dalam majlis pelancaran yang dihadiri oleh Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Al-Ebreiz, Mohd Norazam Dato’ Muhammad, God Speaker Al-Ebreiz, Dr. Mohd Izwan Hussein, Naib Presiden Teknologi Al-Ebreiz, Hamid Rashid dan Lembaga Pengarah Al-Ebreiz iaitu “e-dompet AlaDeenGold”.

Menariknya, platform digital e domper AlaDeenGold ini tidak menggunakan sebarang transaksi tunai, tetapi Dinar dan Dirham yang mana Dinar merujuk pada Emas manakala Dirham adalah Silver atau Perak.

Melalui platform e-dompet AlaDeenGold, anda boleh membuat perdagangan dan meyimpan produk emas anda mengikut Shariah. Maka anda tidak perlu ragu-ragu membuat sebarang perdagangan memandangkan ia dilakukan secara sah mengikut Shariah.

Selain itu, ia juga selamat digunakan, pelanggan juga mudah membuat sesuatu perdagangan pada bila-bila masa dan di mana-mana sahaja serta yuran perkhidmatan dikenakan dalah nominal berbanding jika anda menyimpan dan membuat perdagangan mengguna institusi lain.

Bagi anda yang berminat mengetahui lebih lanjut boleh merujuk pada laman web:

MACEOS and BECM Announced ‘BE-READY’ Initiative For Business Events

The Malaysian Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers and Suppliers (MACEOS), has collaborated  with the Business Events Council Malaysia (BECM), to launched the ‘BE-READY’ initiative.

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Designed to showcase the industry’s safe execution of events such as meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE), in line with their Business Events (BE) Guidelines, which have been developed in accordance with the approved Malaysian National Security Council (MKN) Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

‘BE-READY’ was officiated by Dato’ Dr. Noor Zari bin Hamat, Secretary General, Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia (MOTAC) and Chairman of the Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB) at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (the Centre) and was supported by MyCEB.

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The event brought to life exhibition stand mock-ups and various event setups to demonstrate practical examples of how business events in the new normal are being conducted in a controlled, organised, safe and structured manner, as part of an effort to rebuild public confidence in the meetings and events industry. By attending the launch, stakeholders and the media had a first-hand experience of event execution in the new normal.

The launch also included a briefing session for industry players and stakeholders on how to apply the BE Guidelines when planning and executing their events. The briefing covered employee and personal safety, physical distancing measures, increased health and safety measures, attendee management and control, as well as on-site communication encouraging adherence and the provision of guidance and compliance.

Chairman of BECM, Alan Pryor, shared,

“We are pleased to resume business events with strict adherence to stringent health and hygiene measures and our prime importance is to provide a safe, controlled and regulated operating environment for our clients, stakeholders and event attendees. We would like to commend the solidarity and collaboration of the industry supply-chain to proactively drive engagement with Government to get our industry SOP approved and to demonstrate that business events, unlike mass gatherings, are executed in a safe, controlled, and regulated environment.”

According to MACEOS President, Dato’ Vincent Lim,

“All of us must take note that it will be a new normal in organising and welcoming our visitors or delegates to our business events. Now that we have the BE industry guidelines and SOPs endorsed, we urge all members, professional conference organisers (PCOs), professional exhibitions organisers (PEO), convention centres, contractors service providers, and other stakeholders to strictly observe and comply to these SOPs.

These guidelines must be practiced; providing assurance and gaining public confidence that business events like exhibitions and conferences are safe; and that all industry players must play their role to collectively work and continue to take precautionary measures to ensure the safety and health of everyone as our foremost priority.”

Pryor concluded, “We welcome the additional steps that the Government has taken to support our sector. We continue to have open dialogue with the Government and are actively engaging with them on the value of our industry to the economy’s recovery. As a social and economic driver, Business Events deliver thousands of jobs, economic impact and grows Malaysia’s profile and market share globally. We are confident that with the Government’s support the Malaysian business events industry is well positioned to rebound strongly, and are thrilled to be hosting events again safely and securely.”

The ‘BE-READY’ launched was jointly organised by BECM and MACEOS, co-hosted by MyCEB and the Centre (venue host), with support by industry partners including C-BOSS, DOREMi, InQBay and Pico.