Browsing by Author M. Kabir Hassan

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: M. Kabir Hassan; Aishath Muneeza; Zakariya Mustapha (2021)

  • This research investigates how Islamic banking institutions control default cases and the mechanisms they employ in handling such cases with reference to Malaysian Islamic banking regime. It was conducted on an exploratory design that employed doctrinal approach. Data were sourced from relevant statutes, regulatory guidelines, policy documents and established practices among Islamic banking institutions as well as academic texts that pertain to default cases. The data were examined with legal reasoning and qualitative analysis. The research finds that Islamic banks are prone to default cases and provide internal and external mechanisms to handle such cases in their operations. Though ...

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  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: M. Kabir Hassan; Aishath Muneeza; Mehmet Sarac (2021)

  • The history of Islamic finance began with the inception of Islam in the world. However, the modern institutionalization of Islamic finance began in the 1960s with the establishement of the first Islamic bank, Mit Ghamr in Egypt in 1963. prior to this, Islamic finance was practices in isolation at an informal level in communities where Muslims wanted to practice muamalat or commercial matters in accordance with Islamic law. These ad hoc practices were customized as pert the requirement of the societies and the benefits from these practices were enjoyed by Muslims of selected communities. When institutionalization of Islamic began, the compatibility of it with the conventional financial...

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  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: M. Kabir Hassan; Aishath Muneeza; Ashraf Khan (2021)

  • Islamic economics and finance derived its axioms from Shariah. Irrespective of the faith convictions, Islamic economics and finance has gained momentum in the world today. It is reported that by 2024, the global Islamic finance industry assets will reach USD$3.69 trillion and in 2019, it is estimated that Muslims have spent USD$2.02 trillion on halal sectors inspired by ethical consumption needs while it is anticipated that by 2024, this amount will reach to USD$2.4 trillion at a five-yaer cumulative annual growth rate of 3.1% (Dinar Standard, 2020). It is also forecasted that there will be 8% decrease in global Muslim spending in 2020 due to pandemic on sectors covered by report publ...

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  • Academic Presentation


  • Authors: Aishath Muneeza; M. Kabir Hassan (2021)

  • These are the slides presented by Associate Professor Dr. Aishath Muneeza entitled "The role of technology in effective distribution of zakat to poor and needy" at the International Conference on Islamic Finance (ICIF) 2021, Doha, Qatar.

Browsing by Author M. Kabir Hassan

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  • Mechanisms_to_handle_default_cases_Islamic_banking_aishath.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: M. Kabir Hassan; Aishath Muneeza; Zakariya Mustapha (2021)

  • This research investigates how Islamic banking institutions control default cases and the mechanisms they employ in handling such cases with reference to Malaysian Islamic banking regime. It was conducted on an exploratory design that employed doctrinal approach. Data were sourced from relevant statutes, regulatory guidelines, policy documents and established practices among Islamic banking institutions as well as academic texts that pertain to default cases. The data were examined with legal reasoning and qualitative analysis. The research finds that Islamic banks are prone to default cases and provide internal and external mechanisms to handle such cases in their operations. Though ...

  • Need_to_redefine_Islamic_finance_in_the_light_of_maqasid_al_shariah_Aishath.pdf.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: M. Kabir Hassan; Aishath Muneeza; Mehmet Sarac (2021)

  • The history of Islamic finance began with the inception of Islam in the world. However, the modern institutionalization of Islamic finance began in the 1960s with the establishement of the first Islamic bank, Mit Ghamr in Egypt in 1963. prior to this, Islamic finance was practices in isolation at an informal level in communities where Muslims wanted to practice muamalat or commercial matters in accordance with Islamic law. These ad hoc practices were customized as pert the requirement of the societies and the benefits from these practices were enjoyed by Muslims of selected communities. When institutionalization of Islamic began, the compatibility of it with the conventional financial...

  • Pandemic_crisis_digitalization_and_social_responsibility_Aishath.pdf.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: M. Kabir Hassan; Aishath Muneeza; Ashraf Khan (2021)

  • Islamic economics and finance derived its axioms from Shariah. Irrespective of the faith convictions, Islamic economics and finance has gained momentum in the world today. It is reported that by 2024, the global Islamic finance industry assets will reach USD$3.69 trillion and in 2019, it is estimated that Muslims have spent USD$2.02 trillion on halal sectors inspired by ethical consumption needs while it is anticipated that by 2024, this amount will reach to USD$2.4 trillion at a five-yaer cumulative annual growth rate of 3.1% (Dinar Standard, 2020). It is also forecasted that there will be 8% decrease in global Muslim spending in 2020 due to pandemic on sectors covered by report publ...

  • The_role_of_technology_in_effective_distribution_of_zakat_to_poor_and_needy_Kabir_Aishath.pdf.jpg
  • Academic Presentation


  • Authors: Aishath Muneeza; M. Kabir Hassan (2021)

  • These are the slides presented by Associate Professor Dr. Aishath Muneeza entitled "The role of technology in effective distribution of zakat to poor and needy" at the International Conference on Islamic Finance (ICIF) 2021, Doha, Qatar.