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TheCityUK - Islamic Finance Market Advisory Group, United Kingdom

TheCityUK - Islamic Finance Market Advisory Group

TheCityUK is a Trade Body which champions the international competitiveness of the UK financial services industry and brings together government and industry to jointly promote the UK as a global gateway for Islamic finance.

The key objectives of the Islamic Finance Market Advisory Group are to co-ordinate and promote the development of Islamic finance in the UK and to act as the primary contact point for UK government bodies including UK Trade & Investment, HM Treasury and the regulator.

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