Assoc. Prof. Dr. Said Bouheraoua
Qualification:PhD from IIUM Dept. of Fiqh and Usul al-Fiqh in 2002.
Fields/Area of Specialization:Islamic Law of Transactions, Islamic Banking Takaful, Islamic Capital Markets, and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Associate Professor Dr Said Bouheraoua is currently a Senior Researcher and Director of Research Affairs Department at the International Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance and a lecturer at the Global University of Islamic Finance (INCEIF). He is the editor-in-chief of ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, an Independent Board Member of Affin Islamic Bank. Dr Said has published six books, five chapters in books and several articles in refereed journals. He has also presented several papers at international conferences including the International Fiqh Academy of the OIC. He has conducted several trainings in Islamic banking and finance in Malaysia and abroad.

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  • Research Monograph


  • Authors: Said Bouheraoua; Fares Djafri; Sa'id Adekunle Mikail (2021)

  • The outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19), classified by the World Health Organization as a pandemic, has led to the emergence of many challenges. It started as a health crisis and then turned into a global economic crisis that most countries could not manage or control as a result of lockdown policies and restrictions on movement and travel. This is not to mention the forms of damage that have affected the contractual obligations and rights of various contracting parties at the level of financial institutions such as banks, takaful companies and others. The challenges imposed by the coronavirus pandemic have led to a reexamination of the fiqh treatment of catastrophes. The ...

  • Novel_coronavirus_(Covid-19)_from_the_Islamic_perspective_implications_and_solutions_Said Bouheraoua.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Said Bouheraoua (2020)

  • This paper contributes to the discussion forum of King Abdulaziz University for Islamic Economics on the economic, social and legal implications of the coronavirus. It aims to record some observations about the main paper of the forum and provide additional discussion of the economic, social and legal implications. In addition, it proposes solutions to these repercussions based on the principles of Islamic law and its overall objectives. The paper notes that efforts to monitor and analyze these repercussions were undoubtedly significant. However, some of them were characterized by a lack of precision and a piecemeal approach. It deals with some of the proposed solutions, especially on...

  • Islamic_finance_regulations_in_Malaysia_a_macro_maqasidic_approach_Younes_Said Bouheraoua.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Younes Soualhi; Said Bouheraoua (2018)

  • The research aims primarily to identify the main macro objectives of Shari'ah (macro maqasid) that the regulators are supposed to imbue in the Acts and guidelines governing Islamic Financial Institutions. Focusing on Malaysia, the research starts with the conceptual framework of Islamic finance regulations, which addresses the objectives enshrined in the Acts and guidelines promulgated. After exposing the overall environment of Islamic finance in Malaysia, the research discussed some obstacles of regulations, namely harmonization between Shari'ah and law and its potential impact on the realization of maqasid al-Shari'ah. In order to give a glimpse on further obstacles, the research br...

  • Zakat_al-duyun_al-masrifiyat_al-muajalat_Said Bouheraoua_Said Adekunle.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Said Bouheraoua; Sa'id Adekunle Mikail; Riaz Ansari (2016)

  • This research examines the issue of zakah on non-current banking debts within its theoretical framework. The main problems dealt with are the conflicting contemporary juristic opinions on the issue of zakah on non-current banking debts as well as the conflicting ways that these opinions have been implemented. This makes it necessary to pinpoint the most important causes for the controversy and to identify the weightiest opinion on the matter. The study begins by defining non-current banking debts and identifying their most salient characteristics. It then undertakes an explanation of the classical scholarly controversy regarding zakah on debts which are not yet due. The authors have c...

  • Shariah_issues_in_intangible_assets_Said Bouheraoua.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Said Bouheraoua; Shamsiah Mohamad; Noor Suhaida Kasri; Syahida Abdullah (2015)

  • Intangible assets are regarded as one of the most important asset classes for financial institutions, and their importance and consideration is rapidly increasing. There are existing, well established conventional standards on intangible assets (IA); however the Shariah standard on IA is discussed rather minimally. Thus, this paper attempts to discuss the vital issues related to intangible assets: recognition and measurement, financing and trading, and zakah, which represents a grey area for the Islamic finance industry. The research employs critical analysis. It aims to provide clarification on the concept of intangible assets from the point of view of the Shariah as well as an analy...

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Said Bouheraoua
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Qualification: PhD from IIUM Dept. of Fiqh and Usul al-Fiqh in 2002.
Fields/Area of Specialization: Islamic Law of Transactions, Islamic Banking Takaful, Islamic Capital Markets, and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Associate Professor Dr Said Bouheraoua is currently a Senior Researcher and Director of Research Affairs Department at the International Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance and a lecturer at the Global University of Islamic Finance (INCEIF). He is the editor-in-chief of ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, an Independent Board Member of Affin Islamic Bank. Dr Said has published six books, five chapters in books and several articles in refereed journals. He has also presented several papers at international conferences including the International Fiqh Academy of the OIC. He has conducted several trainings in Islamic banking and finance in Malaysia and abroad.
Showing results 1 to 6 of 6
  • The_emerging_Shariah_issues_of_the_Covid-19_pandemic_in_contemporary_Islamic_financial_applications_Said Bouheraoua_Fares_Said Adekunle.jpg.jpg
  • Research Monograph


  • Authors: Said Bouheraoua; Fares Djafri; Sa'id Adekunle Mikail (2021)

  • The outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19), classified by the World Health Organization as a pandemic, has led to the emergence of many challenges. It started as a health crisis and then turned into a global economic crisis that most countries could not manage or control as a result of lockdown policies and restrictions on movement and travel. This is not to mention the forms of damage that have affected the contractual obligations and rights of various contracting parties at the level of financial institutions such as banks, takaful companies and others. The challenges imposed by the coronavirus pandemic have led to a reexamination of the fiqh treatment of catastrophes. The ...

  • Novel_coronavirus_(Covid-19)_from_the_Islamic_perspective_implications_and_solutions_Said Bouheraoua.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Said Bouheraoua (2020)

  • This paper contributes to the discussion forum of King Abdulaziz University for Islamic Economics on the economic, social and legal implications of the coronavirus. It aims to record some observations about the main paper of the forum and provide additional discussion of the economic, social and legal implications. In addition, it proposes solutions to these repercussions based on the principles of Islamic law and its overall objectives. The paper notes that efforts to monitor and analyze these repercussions were undoubtedly significant. However, some of them were characterized by a lack of precision and a piecemeal approach. It deals with some of the proposed solutions, especially on...

  • Islamic_finance_regulations_in_Malaysia_a_macro_maqasidic_approach_Younes_Said Bouheraoua.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Younes Soualhi; Said Bouheraoua (2018)

  • The research aims primarily to identify the main macro objectives of Shari'ah (macro maqasid) that the regulators are supposed to imbue in the Acts and guidelines governing Islamic Financial Institutions. Focusing on Malaysia, the research starts with the conceptual framework of Islamic finance regulations, which addresses the objectives enshrined in the Acts and guidelines promulgated. After exposing the overall environment of Islamic finance in Malaysia, the research discussed some obstacles of regulations, namely harmonization between Shari'ah and law and its potential impact on the realization of maqasid al-Shari'ah. In order to give a glimpse on further obstacles, the research br...

  • Zakat_al-duyun_al-masrifiyat_al-muajalat_Said Bouheraoua_Said Adekunle.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Said Bouheraoua; Sa'id Adekunle Mikail; Riaz Ansari (2016)

  • This research examines the issue of zakah on non-current banking debts within its theoretical framework. The main problems dealt with are the conflicting contemporary juristic opinions on the issue of zakah on non-current banking debts as well as the conflicting ways that these opinions have been implemented. This makes it necessary to pinpoint the most important causes for the controversy and to identify the weightiest opinion on the matter. The study begins by defining non-current banking debts and identifying their most salient characteristics. It then undertakes an explanation of the classical scholarly controversy regarding zakah on debts which are not yet due. The authors have c...

  • Shariah_issues_in_intangible_assets_Said Bouheraoua.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Said Bouheraoua; Shamsiah Mohamad; Noor Suhaida Kasri; Syahida Abdullah (2015)

  • Intangible assets are regarded as one of the most important asset classes for financial institutions, and their importance and consideration is rapidly increasing. There are existing, well established conventional standards on intangible assets (IA); however the Shariah standard on IA is discussed rather minimally. Thus, this paper attempts to discuss the vital issues related to intangible assets: recognition and measurement, financing and trading, and zakah, which represents a grey area for the Islamic finance industry. The research employs critical analysis. It aims to provide clarification on the concept of intangible assets from the point of view of the Shariah as well as an analy...