Start Date : 20th February 2018
End Date : 22nd February 2018
Venue : RHR Hotel @ UNITEN, Kampus Putrajaya, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Kajang, S
Country : Canada
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Url : https://ircief.org.my/ifid2018/
Date: 20 February 2018 – 22 February 2018
Venue: RHR Hotel @ UNITEN, Kampus Putrajaya, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Kajang, SELANGOR
Do you know about Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)?
And how it affects the Islamic Finance Sector?
Want to know more about SDG?
We are pleased to inform that International Research Centre of Islamic Economics and Finance (IRCIEF) in collaboration with Kolej Pengajian Islam Johor (MARSAH) & I-FIKR will be organizing:
2nd ISLAMIC FINANCE INTELLECTUAL DISCOURSE (IFID 2018)
(Sustainable Development Goals: Way Forward in Islamic Finance)
Date: 20-22 February 2018
Venue: RHR Hotel @ UNITEN, Putrajaya
Keynote Address by:
- PROF DATUK DR MOHD AZMI OMAR (INCEIF)
- Prof Dr Rusni Hassan (IIUM)
- Assoc Prof Dr Madeline Berma (UKM)
- Dr Hamim Syahrum Ahmad Mokhtar (BNM)
- Dr Noor Suhaida Kasri (ISRA)
- Ust Mohd Nazri Chik (BIMB)
- Ust Mohd Zamerey Abdul Razak (Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Berhad)
- En Kamaruddin Hashim (Market & Corporate Supervision Business Group)
If you are interested, please register at https://ircief.org.my/ifid2018/
The present world has faced the evolution of economics and finance throughout various channels. The Islamic method is the current preferred channel by the world today. As the preferred channel is widely used, there are many implications especially in providing stability in society. With that, the plan named Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is created.
SDGs is the plan to assist the community in reducing the economical gap between societies around the world. In context of Islam, this practice is encouraged as its concept is in the ethics of Islamic administration. Thus, in making this aspiration becomes reality, the second IFID 2018 will be focusing in delivering the current scenario of Islamic economics and finance relating to the SDGs.
Sustainable Development Goals: Way Forward in Islamic Finance.
Prof. Datuk Dr. Mohd Azmi bin Omar
Professor Datuk Dr. Mohd Azmi Bin Omar is the President and CEO of International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF), an organization of the Islamic Development Bank Group. Prior to joining INCEIF, he was the Director General of the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), an organization of the Islamic Development Bank Group and as a Deputy Rector in charge of academic and research at the International Islamic University Malaysia. During his tenure, a number of milestones were achieved, among which was the establishment of the Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance as a center of excellence at the university. He holds a Doctorate in Finance from Bangor University, Wales, United Kingdom; a Master of Business Administration; and a Bachelor of Science (Finance) degree from the Northern Illinois University, United States of America.
Prof Dr Rusni Hassan
Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance (IIiBF)
International Islamic University Malayisa (IIUM)
Dr Noor Suhaida Kasri
International Shari’ah Research Academy for
Islamic Finance (ISRA)
Ustaz Mohd Zamerey Abdul Razak
Head of Syariah
Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Berhad
Assoc. Prof. Dr Madeline Berma
Faculty of Economics and Management
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
Ustaz Mohd Nazri Chik
Chief Syariah Officer
Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad
Dr. Hamim Syahrum Ahmad Mokhtar
Islamic Banking & Takaful Department
Bank Negara Malaysia
En. Kamaruddin Hashim
Market and Corporate Supervision
International Research Centre of Islamic Economics and Finance (IRCIEF)
IRCIEF is a research centre under the International Islamic University College Selangor (KUIS) that focuses on Islamic Banking and Finance. The uniqueness of IRCIEF is the collaboration between the industry players and academicians to mutually strengthen the Islamic economics and finance. Industry players provide services that fully comply to Syariah requirements while academicians are responsible to conduct research and share the current and latest findings for the advancement of Islamic economics and finance. In this respect, IRCIEF act as a centre allowing for academicians and industry players to meet and to discuss together on issues, solutions and recommendations in the field of Islamic Banking and Finance. Visit http://www.kuis.edu.my/ircief for further information.
In collaboration with:
College of Islamic Studies Johor (MARSAH)
The early history of MARSAH as a center of higher learning Islam and the Arabic language has been around in 1997 when the Johor Islamic Religious Council has decided to improve the standard of education in Maahad Johor to higher learning were to preserve the position of Maahad Johor as a high school and MARSAH as IPT. On 17 June 1997 the memorendem of understanding in the field of academic and cultural between the Majlis Agama Islam Johor and the University of Al-Azhar has been signed to allow the school to be established to operate the program and courses Kuliah Al-Dirasat Al -Islamiah Wa Al -Arabiah University of Al Azhar in MARSAH. On 4 November 1997 MARSAH started a course of Shariah Islamiah with a total of 42 students located in the building Maahad Johor. On July 5, 2000 MARSAH received acknowledgment from the University of Al-Azhar for Diploma in Shariah Islamiah and Ushuluddin. Visit http://www.marsah.edu.my/v6/index.php/ms/ for further information.
Knowledge Partner with:
Islamic Finance Knowledge Repository (I-FIKR)
Persiaran Seri Putra 1,
Bandar Seri Putra,
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Contact Person : EN. AHMAD FATIN
|Keynote Address: The Role of Islamic Finance towards Achieving Sustainable Development Goals||2018||English||26||Mohd Azmi Omar|
|Enhancing Shariah Compliance of Islamic Financial Institutions through Shariah Governance||2018||English||41||Rusni Hassan|
|PEMBIAYAAN MIKRO : AR RAHNU||2018||30||Mohd Zamerey bin Abdul Razak|
|[Not] Sharing the Fruits of Progress and Poverty Reduction in Malaysia’s Orang Asal||2018||English||25|
|Implementation of Sadaqa House and Waqf in the Islamic Banking Environment||2018||English||12||Mohd Nazri Chik|
|Value-based Intermediation: Strengthening the Roles and Impact of Islamic Finance||2018||English||5|
|Sustainable & Responsible Investments in the Islamic Capital Markets||2018||English||38|
|Khazanah SRI Sukuk: A Case Study||2918||English||57||Noor Suhaida Kasri|