Browsing by Topic Islamic accounting::Islamic auditing

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  • Authors: Muhammad Sori, Zulkarnain; Ramadili Mohd, Shamsher Mohamad (2015-09-29)

  • Failures of major financial institutions globally that have supposedly audited has led to major criticism of the auditing profession. The collapse of many large companies and the demise of one of the major auditing firm, Arthur Andersen, have damaged the credibility of financial statements and undermined the reputation of audit profession. Among the many explanations for these failures (like investors’ irrational exuberance, infectious greed, and foolishness; the bursting of the bubble; the impoverished morality of CEOs), the tendency of management to cook the books; the failure of the gatekeepers; and the ambiguities in application of financial reporting standards, which have encour...

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  • Authors: Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed (2012)

  • This study guide is to develop an understanding of the accounting issues in Islamic finance in the framework of Islamic accounting concepts. This guide covers the view od practices and issues in shariah review, and auditing in Islamic financial institutions and performance of analysis of Islamic banks.

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Najeeb, Syed Faiq; Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed (2014)

  • The paper presents arguments on the need for inventing the profession of Shari'ah auditing and why Malaysia should take the lead to create an Association of Chartered Shari'ah Accountants and Auditors (ACSAA) that can result in long run economic benefits for the country. The paper also critically analyzes how accounting and auditing membership is being exported worldwide by few dominant players to generate economic benefits for their respective origin countries and how existing Islamic accounting and auditing qualification suppliers have failed to deliver and create holistic Shari'ah accountants/auditors required to serve in an ideal Islamic economy. The paper proposes 2 models throug...

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Kasim, Nawal; Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed; Sulaiman, Maliah (2009-09-01)

  • Persistently high expectations from the operations of Islamic financial institutions (IFIs) appears to give way for a gap to exist between “what ought to be” shariah auditing and the current practice of shariah audit in IFIs in Malaysia. Sulaiman (2005) mentioned that “what ought to be desired (the desirable)” may not coincide with “what is actually desired (the desired)” and in consequent “what is actually desired” may not be the same as “the actual” practice. This paper aims to explore empirically the gap between “the desired” and “the actual” practice of shariah auditing in IFIs in Malaysia. It is found that there exists a gap between the two concepts in terms of certain issues dis...

Browsing by Topic Islamic accounting::Islamic auditing

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  • auditor_independence_corporate_governance_zulkarnain_shamser_2015.pdf.jpg
  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Muhammad Sori, Zulkarnain; Ramadili Mohd, Shamsher Mohamad (2015-09-29)

  • Failures of major financial institutions globally that have supposedly audited has led to major criticism of the auditing profession. The collapse of many large companies and the demise of one of the major auditing firm, Arthur Andersen, have damaged the credibility of financial statements and undermined the reputation of audit profession. Among the many explanations for these failures (like investors’ irrational exuberance, infectious greed, and foolishness; the bursting of the bubble; the impoverished morality of CEOs), the tendency of management to cook the books; the failure of the gatekeepers; and the ambiguities in application of financial reporting standards, which have encour...

  • IE1002_reporting of islamic financial transactions.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed (2012)

  • This study guide is to develop an understanding of the accounting issues in Islamic finance in the framework of Islamic accounting concepts. This guide covers the view od practices and issues in shariah review, and auditing in Islamic financial institutions and performance of analysis of Islamic banks.

  • professionalizing_role_shariah_auditors_malaysia_generate_economic_benefits_shahul.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Najeeb, Syed Faiq; Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed (2014)

  • The paper presents arguments on the need for inventing the profession of Shari'ah auditing and why Malaysia should take the lead to create an Association of Chartered Shari'ah Accountants and Auditors (ACSAA) that can result in long run economic benefits for the country. The paper also critically analyzes how accounting and auditing membership is being exported worldwide by few dominant players to generate economic benefits for their respective origin countries and how existing Islamic accounting and auditing qualification suppliers have failed to deliver and create holistic Shari'ah accountants/auditors required to serve in an ideal Islamic economy. The paper proposes 2 models throug...

  • shariah_auditing_islamic_financial_institutions_exploring_gap_between_desired_actual_shahul.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Kasim, Nawal; Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed; Sulaiman, Maliah (2009-09-01)

  • Persistently high expectations from the operations of Islamic financial institutions (IFIs) appears to give way for a gap to exist between “what ought to be” shariah auditing and the current practice of shariah audit in IFIs in Malaysia. Sulaiman (2005) mentioned that “what ought to be desired (the desirable)” may not coincide with “what is actually desired (the desired)” and in consequent “what is actually desired” may not be the same as “the actual” practice. This paper aims to explore empirically the gap between “the desired” and “the actual” practice of shariah auditing in IFIs in Malaysia. It is found that there exists a gap between the two concepts in terms of certain issues dis...