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Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

This module is based on thorough discussion and deliberation on the major Shari’ah issues debated in the Islamic finance industry. It covers the major aspects of Islamic finance including banking, capital market, Takaful and wealth planning and management. The module exposes the students to different issues and cases debated in Islamic finance from a Shari’ah perspective along with their resolutions.

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

This module focuses on Shariah audit and compliance which represents one of the very important areas in Islamic finance. It reflects the degree of Shariah compliance in the Islamic financial institutions in the market place. The module covers different aspects of Shariah audit including the concept, the process, Shariah requirements and legal requirement that are needed to ensure an efficient exercise of Sharia audit.

PROGRAM DETAILS


Medium of instructions: English

The course aims to equip students with the basic knowledge about the requirements of legal documentation for Islamic financing facilities and services and particularly how these differ from documentation from conventional loans. They would be taught to gain familiarity with such documents and to spot inappropriate provisions included therein or essential ones missing therefrom.

Such familiarity will enable them to challenge legal counsel on documents prepared by them and not accept without question documents produced by them. They will be trained to recognise various risks and the consequent losses that could arise from poor documentation.

  • Bank Negara Malaysia
  • Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA)
  • International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance
  • Securities Commission Malaysia (SC)
  • Shariah Advisory Council
  • Chartered Institute of Islamic Finance Professionals
  • Malaysia International Islamic Financial Centre (MIFC)
  • Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia