Author Archives: Nazri Shuib

Islamic Finance Intelectual Discourse – Sustainability Through Financial Inclusion

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‘‘Islamic Finance Intelectual Discourse – Sustainability Through Financial Inclusion’’ is carried out as a strategic collaboration between MARA and IRCIEF, and to create an Intellectual Discussion Program to achieve the objectives below:

  1. To provide exposure to intellectuals, students as well as the industry on current issues relating to Islamic Finance.
  2. To inject firm understanding and resolution towards current issues on Islamic Finance.
  3. To enhance the knowledge culture in the community especially the Muslim ummah
  4. To provide exposure relating to the concepts and operations on the implementation of Islamic Financial system.

Date: 18 – 20 October 2016
Venue: Novotel Hotels and Resorts, No 1A, Jalan Melaka Raya 2, 75000 Melaka

Organised by:
International Research Centre For Islamic Enomics and Finance (IRCIEF), International Islamic University College Selangor (KUIS) in collaboration with MARA Professional College Bandar Melaka

Visit this link for further details: http://conference.kuis.edu.my/ifid/

Regular Roundtable Discussion / MoU with CIBFM

A Regular Roundtable Discussion and Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony was held with the Centre for Islamic Banking, Finance and Management (CIBFM), Universiti Brunei Darussalam Campus on 05th August 2015.

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Policy Roundtable Discussion On Maqasid Shari’ah

Islamic Economic and Finance Research ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION ON MAQASID SHARI’AH

ANOTHER COLLABORATION BETWEEN IRCIEF AND IRTI-IDB

International Research Centre of Islamic Economics and Finance (IRCIEF), KUIS in collaboration with Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Islamic Development Bank (IDB) had organised the Policy Roundtable Discussion on Maqasid Shari’ah on 1 and 2 June 2015 at Senate Hall, KUIS. The programme was attended by 5 presenters and 36 participants. Read More →

2015 Quarterly Islamic Finance Public Lecture IRCIEF-IRTI

The Market Penetration of Islamic Banks: Trends and Challenges

International Research Centre for Islamic Economics and Finance (IRCIEF) in collaboration with Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI) of Islamic Development Bank (IDB) had organized the 2015 Quarterly Islamic Finance Public Lecture IRCIEF-IRTI on 29 April 2015 at Auditorium Said Ramadan Al-Buti, KUIS. The event was attended by more than 100 participants from various institutions of higher learning, representatives of Islamic financial instutions, government officials and students. Read More →

Roundtable Policy Discussion On Maqasid Shariah – Download update

Additional download updates:

  • One of the papers compiled earlier (M-Dex among the Islamic Countries) has been updated and can be downloaded here.
  • The Shariah Index for Malaysia can be downloaded here
  • Presentations can be downloaded here.

Roundtable Policy Discussion On Maqasid Shariah – Discussion Papers

The discussion papers for the Roundtable Policy Discussion On Maqasid Shariah can be downloaded here.

Roundtable Policy Discussion On Maqasid Shariah postponed to 1 – 2 June, 2015

Due to technical issues, the Roundtable Policy Discussion on Maqasid Syariah is postponed to 1 – 2 June, 2015. For further details please click here.

2015 Quarterly Islamic Finance Public Lecture IRCIEF – IRTI

IRCIEF will be conducting its Quarterly Public Lecture titled “The Market Penetration of Islamic Banks: Trends and Challenges” by Emeritus Prof. Dr. Rodney Wilson from Durham University, UK on the 29th April 2015 at 9:00AM. Details here.

Official Visit to IRTI-IDB Jeddah

IRCIEF conducted official visit to IRTI-IDB in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from 5 – 13 January 2015

Visit photos:

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Call to set up sadaqah house

NEW STRAITS TIMES ONLINE, 5th September 2014

Zaidi Isham Ismail

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Islamic finance fraternity should consider a sadaqah (charity) house that provides products and services to collect various types of sadaqah, waqf (endowment) and hibah (gift payments) mainly from the private sector, and distribute these to the poor and the needy.

Royal Award for Islamic Finance 2014 recipient Datuk Dr Abdul Halim Ismail said the sadaqah house may be a foundation formed by the owner or a subsidiary company. Read More →