This chapter provides an initial overview of the international halal regulation initiatives. The World Halal Food Council (WHFC) is one of the oldest international halal regulatory initiatives. The WHFC is more a network than an organization. The International Halal Integrity (IHI) Alliance puts forward technical and logistical expertise in all halal matters, from control and certification to infrastructure organization. Every year since 2011, the Gulf Conference on the Halal Industry has drawn major scholars, thinkers and specialists from around the world, none of whom risk refusing an invitation from the major financiers of the world Islamic economy. The Standards and Metrology Institute for Islamic Countries (SMIIC) has also developed its own standards. The main player in this initiative is Turkey. The European Committee for Standardization (CEN) for the creation of a European halal standard was initiated by Austria, a country where Islamic institutions have legal recognition, and where trade ties with Turkey and Bosnia are very important.