When it comes to pursuing an Islamic finance education, Pakistan may not seem like the likeliest choice for students who may instead look to Malaysia or to the UK, but considering the fact that many top Islamic bankers, leading Shariah scholars and prominent Islamic finance experts hail from Pakistan and are a product of a Pakistani education, VINEETA TAN posits perhaps it is time aspiring Islamic finance professionals turn to Pakistan for answers.[...]
The lack of soft skills among students and graduates entering the Islamic finance industry is the responsibility of three parties: universities, the Islamic finance industry and the government. Collectively, AGUS [...]
The Chartered Institute of Islamic Finance Professionals brings you an exclusive interview with Syed Adam Alhabshi, a manager of the Shariah Secretariat at Malaysian Industrial Development Finance (MIDF), a lawyer [...]
Developing a New Generation of Islamic Bankers
Part 1 of 3 Developing a skilled workforce to support the rapid development of Islamic finance in the region How do current industry...
In a sign of Pakistan’s maturing Islamic financial market, Islamic banking institutions now have the option to opt out from benchmarking certain products against interest-based benchmarks, a practice [...]