Shari'ah governance applicable to Islamic banks in Malaysia: effect of Islamic Financial Services Act 2013
This chapter aims to explore the Shari'ah governance rules applied in the Malaysian Islamic banking arena and the effect of Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 on it. This is a legal exploratory study primarily focused on library research. Shari'ah governance is a concept that have been developed and applied gradually in Malaysia and the new Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 has taken it to the next level. However, this does not mean that it has resolved the problems in Shari'ah governance that existed before the enactment of the act.
Banking , Islam , Malaysia , Shari'ah governance
Muneeza, A. (2014). Shari'ah governance applicable to Islamic banks in Malaysia: effect of Islamic Financial Services Act 2013. In Fouad H. Beseiso (Ed.), Developing role of Islamic banking and finance: from local to global perspectives contemporary studies in economic and financial analysis (pp. 31-44). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
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