Shari'ah Governance

Islamic Governance & Ethics: The Shari'ah governance framework is a set of institutional and organisational arrangements to oversee Shari'ah compliance aspects of Islamic financial institutions. Shari'ah governance is particular to Islamic finance, as it is the mechanism which determines the "Islamicity" of any particular Islamic business or financial institution as well as the system as a whole. The significance of Shari'ah governance transpires via its role of ensuring the confidence of the Islamic finance industry in the eyes of the public. More importantly, Shari'ah governance ensures that the industry is at all times in accordance with the wishes and laws of the Almighty by ensuring the legitimacy of the products offered.

Total Fatwas : 21
No. Title
1 Buying an Asset That Is Leased to a Third Party
2 Is It Permissible to Import Christmas Greeting Cards? Can KFH Open Letters of Credit for This Purpose?
3 Can a Financial Penalty Be Levied on Late Payment of a Loan?
4 The Shariah Advisory Council of Bank Negara Malaysia (the SAC) 141st Meeting
5 The Shariah Advisory Council of Bank Negara Malaysia (the SAC) 134th Meeting
6 Resolution No. 115(9/12): "Inflation and Change of Currency Value"
7 Resolution No. 112 (6/12): "Establishing Legal Proofs on Inferences and Signs"
8 قرار رقم 190 (5/20) بشأن دور المجامع الفقهية في ترشيد مسيرة المؤسسات المالية الإسلامية: آليات وصيغ
9 قرار رقم 177 (3/19) بشأن دور الرقابة الشرعية في ضبط أعمال البنوك الإسلامية أهميتها ، شروطها ، طريقة عملها
10 إمكانية مساهمة البنك في بعث صندوقين مشتركين للتوظيف





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