Malaysian regulator simplifies syariah advisers rule

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Malaysia’s capital market regulator has issued guidelines to simplify the registration of religious experts who advise on Islamic financial products and services. Under the rules which take effect today, syariah advisers who meet the eligibility and appointment criteria stated in the guidelines can advise on all Islamic products regulated by the Securities Commission, the regulator said in a statement.

Previously, syariah advisers had to fulfil the eligibility and appointment criteria contained in the individual rules relating to Islamic products such as unit trust funds, the Securities Commission said. The Registration of Syariah Advisers guidelines apply to local and foreign religious experts, the Securities Commission said. The full guidelines are on the Securities Commission’s website at — Reuters

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    • Syamsulfaiz Nasution Reply

      So kau dah fit guidelines SC belum? Kalau nak jadi Shari’a adviser bukak ofis kat Dubai la. Fulusss sheikh…

      August 12, 2009 at 12:36 pm
      • ZULKIFLI HASAN Reply

        Fulus tu fulus gak bro. Tapi duduk Dubai kos tinggi tu.Lagipun aku ni homo Islamicus, banker tak berapa suke

        August 15, 2009 at 11:43 pm
    • hasan Reply

      salam, jadi antara dua tu yang mana cara paling baik

      August 14, 2009 at 6:33 am

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