We are delighted to invite all of you to the “Seminar on Introduction to Islamic Finance” that will be organized by the FSU students. For registration, you may contact me or Muhammad Afdzal Shahabuddin at 013-2127796 e mail : zal_nurilslam@yahoo.com or Ainul Kauthar Karim at 0132506169 email: ashkool_90@yahoo.com. Appreciate it very much if you could circulate this information to others.

    Details of the seminar are as follows:-
    “SEMINAR ON INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC FINANCE”

    VENUE:
    FACULTY OF SYARIAH AND LAW, USIM

    DATE:
    21 April 2012

    TIME:
    8am-2.00pm

    Organized by
    LCA4562 and LCA 4592

    OBJECTIVES

    • To educate and create awareness among seminar participants on the Islamic finance, its current structure & development, and its viability as a conventional finance alternative;
    • To generate interest amongst the participants on Islamic finance
    • To identify Islamic finance issues in Malaysia, the concerns and dead-ends revolving around its development.

    PROGRAMME TENTATIVE
    TIME ITINERARY
    0830 – 0900 – Registration
    0900 – 0915 – Recitation of Doa
    – Multimedia Presentation
    – Welcoming speech by Dr. Zulkifli Hasan
    – Opening Remarks by Professor Dr. Haji Abdul Samat Musa, Dean, FSU, USIM

    0915 – 1045 -: Session I : (Introduction to Islamic Finance: Legal framework, Product Development and Islamic Finance Litigation)

    Moderator: Dr. Ahmad Zaki Salleh, Lecturer, FSU
    – Panellists:
    – “Legal Aspect of Islamic Finance”: Zalmanizam Mahadi, Manager, Group Legal and Corporate Secretarial, Bank Pembangunan Malaysia
    – “Islamic banking Product Development”: Zulkipli Md. Yunos, Assistant Vice President, Product Development, EXIM Bank
    – “Islamic Finance Litigation in Malaysia” Puan Maimoonah binti Aid, Deputy Registrar, Mahkamah Tinggi Dagang (Bahagian Muamalat).

    1045 – 1115 – Light Refreshments

    1115 – 1300 – Session II: (Introduction to Islamic Finance: Roles of Shariah Scholars and Shariah Supervisory, the Development of Takaful and Roles of Regulatory Authorities)

    Moderator: Dr. Yasmin Hanani Muhammad Safian, Deputy Dean, PPS.
    – Panellists:
    – “ Roles of Regulatory Authorities in Islamic Finance”: Salihin Haji Deris, Manager, Shari’ah Department, CIMB (Ex-BNM’s officer)
    – “The Development of Takaful in Malaysia: Ahmad Zaeim Ismail, Head of Shari’ah, Etiqa Takaful
    – “Roles and Shari’ah Scholars and Shari’ah Supervisory in Islamic Finance”: Saiful Anuar Hambali, Head of Shariah Supervisory, Affin Islamic Bank Berhad.

    1300 – 1400 – Lunch and congregational Zuhur prayer

Comments (0)

  • IFRussia Reply

    Dear Zulkifli,

    we are pleased to invite you to the 2nd International Islamic Business and Finance Summit (KAZANSUMMIT 2010) held in Kazan, Russia on June 28-29, 2010.

    Best regards,
    Tim SAGDEEV
    http://islamic-finance.ru/
    http://twitter.com/ifrussia

    April 16, 2010 at 12:00 pm
  • Zubair Hasan Reply

    Presumably too many conferences are being organized on Islamic finance since the advent of the 21st century. You have listed seven in the seven months of 2010 alone while the list is by no means exhaustive. What these conferences are countributing to the theory or practice of Islamic finance? How many new scholars make their appearance at each? How many papers are sound in structure, language and content? What proportion of conference papers find their way in reputed academic journals? To my mind a cost benefit analysis of these conferences can be a valuable project. I presume the research will report substantive net loss of time and money. As most of these conferences are suppoted by institutional money the thesis would conclude what I often say: these conferences largely provide PRIVATE ENJOYMENT AT PUBLIC COST.

    June 26, 2010 at 3:34 pm
  • Muhammad Reply

    Greetings,

    conferences largely provide PRIVATE ENJOYMENT ,BANK CUSTOMERS’ AGONY AT PUBLIC COST.

    When Shariah advisers are away attending conferences or courses, Bank customers and staff have to face the agony of delays in decision makings on financings or issues on financings. Thus the agony !

    June 27, 2010 at 9:03 am

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