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  • building_critical_awareness_opportunities_Islamic_finance_ezamshah.pdf.jpg
  • Academic Presentation


  • Authors: Ismail, Ezamshah (2015)

  • Risk is a major component of our environment; human beings are surrounded by innumerable risks from birth to death; humans learned to improve after experiencing misfortunes; quest for security evolved since the dawn of man’s existence. In Islamic jurisprudence, the legal maxim “al-ghorm bil ghonm“ or “no reward without risk“ holds true.

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  • PhD


  • Authors: Ismail, Norashikin (2011)

  • This study attempts to measure the relative efficiency of the Takaful industry and the conventional insurance industry in Malaysia. A sample of 18 frims consisting of 7 takaful operators and 11 insurance firms is examined over the period 2004 to 2009. The study employs Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to estimate the technical, cost and profit efficiencies for the takaful and insurance industry ... Available in physical copy only (Call Number: t HG 8049 M4 N822)

  • development_of_the_takaful_industry_in_malaysia.pdf.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Ismail, Ezamshah (2017)

  • Although the takaful industry in Malaysia, as seen today, may be deemed to have attained its major features only from 1984 onwards, the industry has a longer history which dates back to the 1970s (excluding the time insurance was already distinguishable in the country). Over this period, certain important political, economic, and social developments that took place must be taken into account ... Available in physical copy only (Call Number: HG 3368 A6 I82Mo)

  • IFHubEd7_education_propel_takaful_industry_next_decade_salim.pdf.jpg
  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Zain, Salim Majid (2017)

  • Takaful, a subset of the Islamic finance industry, has seen strong growth in the last decade due to the rising demand for Shariah compliant financial products globally. Increasing awareness in the global arena especially the Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC) and the predominant Islamic countries have helped fuel the growth of Islamic finance across the banking and insurance sectors. This is brought by the push of the respective Islamic countries to promote Islamic finance as an alternative to conventional finance.

  • exploring_family_takafuls_evolving_landscape_ezamshah_lahsasna_july_2010.pdf.jpg
  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Lahsasna, Ahcene; Ismail, Ezamshah (2010-07-01)

  • As the appetite for family takaful grows, its underwriting principles and conventions are facing closer scrutiny. Mr Ezamshah Ismail and Dr Ahcene Lahsasna, both council members of the Shariah Advisory Council of the RGA Global Reinsurance Co Ltd Labuan Branch Retakaful Window, examine family takaful’s strengths, and how it can serve its core market while continuing to evolve to serve a broader constituency.

  • Factors_Influencing_Market_Penetration_of_Takaful_Industry_in_Malaysia_(1985-2008)_babikir.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Babikir Mohamed, Omaima El Tahir; Alhabshi, Syed Othman; Sharif, Kamaruddin (2014)

  • This research provides insights into the factors influencing Takaful penetration rate of the Malaysian Takaful industry for the period 1985-2008. Its objective is to identify the factors that influence the market penetration from the perspective of Takaful participants. Data was collected through a survey and was analyzed using SPSS software. Employed techniques was Cross Tabulation & Chi-Square tests. It was found that the factors influencing Takaful penetration were age, gender, religion, marital status, education, income, awareness, product varieties, and knowledge of staff and agents of Takaful. The research findings suggest the need to increase product varieties, training of staf...

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  • PhD


  • Authors: Mohamed, Omaima Eltahir Babikir (2012)

  • This research provides insights into the factors influencing takaful penetration rate of the Malaysian takaful industry from the period 1985-2008. The methodology employed consist of both the quantitative and qualitative approaches. Three research objectives have been identified. First is to investigate the factors thats influence the market penetration from the perspective of takaful participants. Second is to find the obstacles that prevent non-takaful participants from participating in the takaful industry. Third is to gain further insight from the experience of the senior managers of Takaful operators ... Available in physical copy only (Call Number: t HG 4089 M4 M697)

  • 2013_mar_5_factors_influencing_the_penetration_rate_of_malaysian_takaful_industry_from_managers_perspective_slides_alhabshi.pdf.jpg
  • Academic Presentation


  • Authors: Mohamed, Omaima Eltahir Babikir; Alhabshi, Syed Othman; Sharif, Kamaruddin (2013-03-04)

  • The first takaful company was established in Sudan in 1979. It was no until six years laters that the first takaful company was established in Malaysia, which is Syarikat Takaful Malaysia after the promulgation of the Takaful Act in 1984. Malaysia has emerged as the largest Takaful market in South East Asia and the second largest after Saudi Arabia with a contribution of US$ 0.9 billion in 2008. (Ernst and Young World Takaful Report, 2010).

  • Factors_influencing_the_penetration_rate_of_Malaysian_takaful_industry_Omaima_Syed Othman.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Mohamed, Omaima Eltahir Babikir; Alhabshi, Syed Othman; Sharif, Kamaruddin (2015)

  • This paper sought to find the factors influencing Takaful market penetration based on the experience of managers of Takaful operators. Twenty (20) Takaful managers were randomly selected and interviewed. The method of analysis employed is The Thematic Analysis. The interviewees pointed out the factors that deter the public from participating in Takaful could be listed as follows: the lack of public awareness in the advantages of Takaful over insurance products, the limited range of product varieties, the shortage of relevant expertise to explain Takaful products, the need to improve the distribution channels and marketing strategies. The paper also suggested several ways of improving ...

Browsing by Topic Takaful

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Showing results 4 to 13 of 41
  • building_critical_awareness_opportunities_Islamic_finance_ezamshah.pdf.jpg
  • Academic Presentation


  • Authors: Ismail, Ezamshah (2015)

  • Risk is a major component of our environment; human beings are surrounded by innumerable risks from birth to death; humans learned to improve after experiencing misfortunes; quest for security evolved since the dawn of man’s existence. In Islamic jurisprudence, the legal maxim “al-ghorm bil ghonm“ or “no reward without risk“ holds true.

  • item.jpg
  • PhD


  • Authors: Ismail, Norashikin (2011)

  • This study attempts to measure the relative efficiency of the Takaful industry and the conventional insurance industry in Malaysia. A sample of 18 frims consisting of 7 takaful operators and 11 insurance firms is examined over the period 2004 to 2009. The study employs Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to estimate the technical, cost and profit efficiencies for the takaful and insurance industry ... Available in physical copy only (Call Number: t HG 8049 M4 N822)

  • development_of_the_takaful_industry_in_malaysia.pdf.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Ismail, Ezamshah (2017)

  • Although the takaful industry in Malaysia, as seen today, may be deemed to have attained its major features only from 1984 onwards, the industry has a longer history which dates back to the 1970s (excluding the time insurance was already distinguishable in the country). Over this period, certain important political, economic, and social developments that took place must be taken into account ... Available in physical copy only (Call Number: HG 3368 A6 I82Mo)

  • IFHubEd7_education_propel_takaful_industry_next_decade_salim.pdf.jpg
  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Zain, Salim Majid (2017)

  • Takaful, a subset of the Islamic finance industry, has seen strong growth in the last decade due to the rising demand for Shariah compliant financial products globally. Increasing awareness in the global arena especially the Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC) and the predominant Islamic countries have helped fuel the growth of Islamic finance across the banking and insurance sectors. This is brought by the push of the respective Islamic countries to promote Islamic finance as an alternative to conventional finance.

  • exploring_family_takafuls_evolving_landscape_ezamshah_lahsasna_july_2010.pdf.jpg
  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Lahsasna, Ahcene; Ismail, Ezamshah (2010-07-01)

  • As the appetite for family takaful grows, its underwriting principles and conventions are facing closer scrutiny. Mr Ezamshah Ismail and Dr Ahcene Lahsasna, both council members of the Shariah Advisory Council of the RGA Global Reinsurance Co Ltd Labuan Branch Retakaful Window, examine family takaful’s strengths, and how it can serve its core market while continuing to evolve to serve a broader constituency.

  • Factors_Influencing_Market_Penetration_of_Takaful_Industry_in_Malaysia_(1985-2008)_babikir.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Babikir Mohamed, Omaima El Tahir; Alhabshi, Syed Othman; Sharif, Kamaruddin (2014)

  • This research provides insights into the factors influencing Takaful penetration rate of the Malaysian Takaful industry for the period 1985-2008. Its objective is to identify the factors that influence the market penetration from the perspective of Takaful participants. Data was collected through a survey and was analyzed using SPSS software. Employed techniques was Cross Tabulation & Chi-Square tests. It was found that the factors influencing Takaful penetration were age, gender, religion, marital status, education, income, awareness, product varieties, and knowledge of staff and agents of Takaful. The research findings suggest the need to increase product varieties, training of staf...

  • item.jpg
  • PhD


  • Authors: Mohamed, Omaima Eltahir Babikir (2012)

  • This research provides insights into the factors influencing takaful penetration rate of the Malaysian takaful industry from the period 1985-2008. The methodology employed consist of both the quantitative and qualitative approaches. Three research objectives have been identified. First is to investigate the factors thats influence the market penetration from the perspective of takaful participants. Second is to find the obstacles that prevent non-takaful participants from participating in the takaful industry. Third is to gain further insight from the experience of the senior managers of Takaful operators ... Available in physical copy only (Call Number: t HG 4089 M4 M697)

  • 2013_mar_5_factors_influencing_the_penetration_rate_of_malaysian_takaful_industry_from_managers_perspective_slides_alhabshi.pdf.jpg
  • Academic Presentation


  • Authors: Mohamed, Omaima Eltahir Babikir; Alhabshi, Syed Othman; Sharif, Kamaruddin (2013-03-04)

  • The first takaful company was established in Sudan in 1979. It was no until six years laters that the first takaful company was established in Malaysia, which is Syarikat Takaful Malaysia after the promulgation of the Takaful Act in 1984. Malaysia has emerged as the largest Takaful market in South East Asia and the second largest after Saudi Arabia with a contribution of US$ 0.9 billion in 2008. (Ernst and Young World Takaful Report, 2010).

  • Factors_influencing_the_penetration_rate_of_Malaysian_takaful_industry_Omaima_Syed Othman.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Mohamed, Omaima Eltahir Babikir; Alhabshi, Syed Othman; Sharif, Kamaruddin (2015)

  • This paper sought to find the factors influencing Takaful market penetration based on the experience of managers of Takaful operators. Twenty (20) Takaful managers were randomly selected and interviewed. The method of analysis employed is The Thematic Analysis. The interviewees pointed out the factors that deter the public from participating in Takaful could be listed as follows: the lack of public awareness in the advantages of Takaful over insurance products, the limited range of product varieties, the shortage of relevant expertise to explain Takaful products, the need to improve the distribution channels and marketing strategies. The paper also suggested several ways of improving ...