IFS

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AcronymDefinition
IFSInternational Food Standard
IFSInstitute for Fiscal Studies
IFSInternal Family Systems (psychotherapy)
IFSIntegrated File System
IFSInternational Financial Statistics (International Monetary Fund)
IFSIndustrial and Financial Systems
IFSIterated Function System
IFSIndoor Football Scandinavia (futsal federation)
IFSInstitut Fuer Sozialforschung (German: Institute For Social Research)
IFSInternal Firm Services (Price Waterhouse Coopers)
IFSInternational Foundation for Science
IFSInternet File System (Oracle)
IFSInternational Financial Systems (various organizations)
IFSInsurance Financial Strength (rating)
IFSInstallable File System
IFSInstitute for Families in Society (University of South Carolina)
IFSInternational Figure Skating (magazine)
IFSIslamic Financial Services (various locations)
IFSInstrument for Stability (EU)
IFSInternational Forensic Sciences (India)
IFSInstitute of Fluid Science (Tohoku University; Japan)
IFSInternal Field Separator
IFSIndependent Front Suspension
IFSIp-Tables Firewall Script
IFSInternet File System
IFSInterchange File Separator
IFSIntegrated Forecast System
IFSInter Frame Spacing
IFSInstitute of Financial Services (various locations)
IFSIOS File System (Cisco Systems Inc.)
IFSIndian Forest Service
IFSIslamic Foundation School (Villa Park, Illinois)
IFSInstitut für Schulentwicklungsforschung (University Dortmund, Germany)
IFSIndian Foreign Service
IFSIndustry Fund Services (Industry Super Holdings)
IFSI Feel Sick
IFSInput Field Separator
IFSI Feel Stupid
IFSIntegrated Financial System
IFSInternational Federation of Settlements and Neighbourhood Centres
IFSInstitute of Fundamental Sciences (various locations)
IFSItochu Fashion System Co., Ltd. (Japan)
IFSInfiniti Financial Services
IFSInterframe Spacing (data link layer)
IFSIntegrated Forecasting System
IFSInfant Feeding Survey
IFSI-Flex Solutions (various organizations)
IFSInternational Friendship Society
IFSIndependent Film Society (various locations)
IFSIdeal Financial Solutions (debt relief)
IFSIntense Forensic Services (India)
IFSInstitutional Fund Services (various organizations)
IFSIntegrated Facilities System
IFSInternational Freephone Service
IFSIndustry Focused Solutions (software)
IFSInterinstitutional Faculty Senate (various schools)
IFSIn-Flight Safety
IFSInshore Fire Support
IFSInternational Fleet Sales (various locations)
IFSInternational Federation of Surveyors
IFSIntroductory Flight Screening (US Navy)
IFSInternational Fertiliser Society (York, UK)
IFSInland Fuel Surcharge (shipping)
IFSInstitut for Sprog (Danish: Language Department)
IFSInterface File System (distributed shared memory)
IFSInfection-Free Survival
IFSIntelligent Fax System
IFSInternational Financial Support
IFSIonospheric Forward Scatter (ITS)
IFSInoue Foundation for Science (Japan)
IFSIndian Foreign Services
IFSInstitut für Schulungsmaßnahmen (Dortmund, Germany)
IFSInter.Funda.Stifle (Fair to Midland album)
IFSIntelligence Fusion Systems
IFSInternational Flagship Service
IFSInterferential Stimulation
IFSInvasive Fungal Sinusitis
IFSInformatics and Security (degree program; Seneca College School of Computer Studies; Canada)
IFSIntegrated Flight Simulation
IFSInteractive Forest Simulator
IFSInternational Fauna Society
IFSImage File Server
IFSInterpretive Frame System (AT&T)
IFSIntegrated Financial Management Systems
IFSInstitut Français de Sofia (French: French Institute of Sofia; Sofia, Bulgaria)
IFSIranian Foundrymen's Society
IFSInsurance Fraud Section
IFSIntel Financial Services
IFSIntegrated Fluid Servicer
IFSImmediate Foreclosure Solutions (Rialto, CA)
IFSInterstate Freight Systems (Ontario, Canada)
IFSIntegrated Foundation Structure
IFSInstallation Facility System
IFSInformation and Federation Strategy (US DoD)
IFSIntegrated Flow Solutions, Inc.
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Muscat: The Malaysia-based Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) has approved Oman's application for a full-time membership in the body, which formulates standards and guidelines for Sharia-compliant financial institutions across the world.
Summary: DUBAI -- Dubai Exports and Zawya have jointly produced the first UAE Islamic Financial Services Directory that will promote the country's expertise globally.
by the Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) is proceeding in Luxembourg,
Dubai Islamic financial services industry is expected to continue to show resilience in the face of a challenging economic scenario.
Summary: The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), in association with the International Islamic Finance Market (IIFM), organised a project briefing session today to reaffirm support for the Master Agreements for Treasury Placement (MATP), a major initiative that facilitates the unification and growth of the Islamic financial services industry.
The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) and INCEIF - The Global University of Islamic Finance have announced the confirmed speakers for the 12th IFSB-INCEIF Executive Forum on Islamic Finance.
The SECP will also take advantage of research and surveys undertaken by IFSB on the Islamic financial services industry which will inform product development and enhance the product offering.
MANAMA: Bahrain-based General Council for Islamic Banks and Financial Institutions (CIBAFI) and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) are planning a joint meeting in Bahrain next month aimed at discussing issues of internationalisation of Islamic financial services.
Malaysia-based Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) is set to organise two public hearings on exposure drafts of core principles for Islamic finance regulation and guidance note on liquidity risk management.
The workshop will cover a wide range of operations and business situations in the Islamic financial services industry, including Islamic economic models, Islamic index, products, equity investment, Islamic fund management, modalities of takaful and re-takaful, issuance of Sukuk, Islamic banking, Derivatives and Risk management.
The main objective of the Awards is to recognise the outstanding contribution by and achievements of individuals, institutions, supranationals and financial centres serving the global Islamic financial services industry, especially the proliferating global Sukuk market.
HE the QCB Governor, Sheikh Abdullah bin Saoud al-Thani, in his capacity as Chairman of the Board of Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) and Chairman of the Governing Board of International Islamic Liquidity Management Corporation (IILM), will give a keynote address at the forthcoming London Sukuk Summit on the standards issued by the IFSB to facilitate the regulation and supervision of the Islamic Financial Services industry.
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