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  • Authors: Ghulam Shabbir (2021)

  • A significant challenge facing the Islamic banking industry in Pakistan is the scarcity of qualified Shariah scholars. Due to scarcity, the regulatory body in Pakistan has allowed Shariah Board members to serve in the Shariah Boards of up to three Islamic financial institutions. Does this create a conflict of interest as confidential corporate information may inadvertently be communicated across banks, impacting competitive advantage, or even worse, revealing private data? The situation requires a closer focus, especially when two out of three Shariah scholar members in the regulatory Shariah Advisory Committee (SAC) of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) serve on multiple Shariah Boards of ...

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  • Authors: Ghulam Shabbir (2021)

  • A significant challenge facing the Islamic banking industry in Pakistan is the scarcity of qualified Shariah scholars. Due to scarcity, the regulatory body in Pakistan has allowed Shariah Board members to serve in the Shariah Boards of up to three Islamic financial institutions. Does this create a conflict of interest as confidential corporate information may inadvertently be communicated across banks, impacting competitive advantage, or even worse, revealing private data? The situation requires a closer focus, especially when two out of three Shariah scholar members in the regulatory Shariah Advisory Committee (SAC) of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) serve on multiple Shariah Boards of ...