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“This solution has been inspired by the Malaysian experience, specifically Bursa Suq Al Sila,” I-
Fintech CEO and founder, Mohamed Anouar Gadhoum, told IFN. Mohamed, who began his Islamic
finance career in Malaysia with stints in BNP Paribas Najmah and ISRA Consultancy, noted that the
absence of an efficient Islamic capital market in Tunisia is a major hurdle for local Shariah banks,
preventing them from fully serving their clients’ liquidity needs.