Heavyweight economies such as Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Japan, and EU (via the European Central Bank) initially introduced negative interest rate policies in order to stimulate their economies through money lending activities and to attract more local and international borrowers.
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There have been a series of breathtaking developments in the country’s transfer pricing…
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MIA Integrated Annual Report 2022
The latest MIA Integrated Annual Report (IAR) 2022 is now available for download on the…
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Facilitating SDGs with Islamic Finance (Part 1) Malaysia’s Leadership in Sukuk
In its “call to action”, published in August 2022, IFAC asked professional accountancy…
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CPE Compliance Audit – Are You Prepared?
The year end is fast approaching. As such, this is the time of the year for…