Experts Gather To Find Solutions To Islamic Banking & Finance Issues

Some 20 papers that will revolve around the theme, “Contemporary challenges of Islamic finance: towards realising the goal of Shari’ah”, will be presented during the two-day International Conference on Islamic Finance.

According to Unissa Rector Dr Haji Serbini bin Haji Matahir, the main objective of the conference is to consolidate and find solutions on issues of Islamic banking and finance “based on the fundamental Shari’ah principles and maqasid al-Shari’ah”.

One of the challenges faced by the Islamic banking and financial institutions is developing products and services approved by Shari’ ah or legitimate from the Shari’ah perspective.

Dr Haji Serbini hopes that the conference can “positively contribute to the development of a more globally harmonised Islamic banking and finance industry that would better serve the Muslim Ummah”.

The conference, which was officiated by Minister of Finance II Pehin Orang Kaya Laila Setia Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Abdul Rahman bin Haji Ibrahim yesterday, will conclude today. Among the papers that will be presented today are “The Bruneian Perspective Towards Islamic Banking System In Brunei” by Azme Haji Matali, and “The Shariah Process In Produet Approval In Islamic Banking & Capital Market” by Dr Ahcene Lahsasna.

source : brudirect

India rules out Islamic banking for the moment

India Friday ruled out introducing Islamic banking in the country for the moment, making the wait longer for interest-free access to finance under the principles of Sharia.

The introduction of Islamic banking was recommended by a committee on financial sector reforms, set up by the Planning Commission, for delivery of interest-free finance on a larger scale, even through the banking system.

However, the government decided not to go ahead with the recommendations, and said it was not feasible to introduce the new system in the current scheme of things.

‘In the current statutory and regulatory framework, it is not feasible for banks in India to undertake Islamic banking activities,’ Minister of State for Finance Namo Narain Meena told the Lok Sabha Friday.

He said the rules will apply to domestic banks and their international operations and any foreign bank operating in India.

A large number of around 150 million Muslims in India – the third largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia and Pakistan – prefer to stay away from commercial banks due to religious proscriptions against interest-driven banking.

The values of interest-free Islamic banking are finding greater recognition. China, which has around 80 million Muslims, recently gave its first licence for Islamic banking to the Bank of Ningxia.

source : newdelhinews

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Bu web sitesi araştırma yayın ve kitap İslami finans ve ekonomi içerir.

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Documents de recherche, Actes du Séminaire et de livres en finance islamique / economie pour les candidats de la recherche

Il est souvent difficile de trouver les ressources lors de la rédaction d’un mémoire ou projet de thèse. Parfois, les candidats sont contraints d’arrêter leurs travaux de recherche que le manque d’accès aux ressources ou n’ont pas accès à la finance islamique et de l’économie. Des pays comme le Royaume-Uni, le Pakistan, la Malaisie et de Bahreïn ont une institution à répondre à ce besoin. Mais d’autres sont confrontés à ce problème.

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