Oct 20 2011
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Leading Islamic finance experts to discuss risk sharing concepts
Themed "Risk Sharing: A Way Forward to Public Good", the one-day forum will feature prominent Islamic finance scholars and practitioners including Dr Abbas Mirakhor (International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance, INCEIF); Professor Volker Nienhaus (Visiting Professor, Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies); Professor Mohamad Aslam Haneef (International Islamic University Malaysia); Professor Mohammad Hashim Kamali (International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies); Omar Sheikh (Islamic Finance Council, UK); Mushtak Parker (Editor, Islamic Banker); and Mohamed Ismail Mohamed Shariff (Mohamed Ismail & Co). The SC Chairman, Tan Sri Zarinah Anwar, will deliver the keynote address.
The forum provides a platform for these international experts to discuss the current model of Islamic finance. The discussions will focus on how a risk sharing system can address some of the issues arising from the risk transfer system practised by the conventional financial industry.
Key topics include:
- How would risk sharing structure sustain under current market conditions?
- Corporate governance, ethics and social responsibility - integrating Islamic heritage with modern knowledge
- Risk sharing and public policy: theory, applications and instruments
- Islamic economics and the public good - the ethical and social dimension
Members of the public who would like to attend this forum can visit the SIDC website (www.sidc.com.my) or call Sharifuddin (03-6204 8644) / Saadon (03-6204 8665) for more information.
The public can also visit the link here:
(http://www.sc.com.my/eng/html/icm/iicmf/iicmf_2011.pdf to obtain an e-brochure of the forum.
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