Human capital development in Islamic finance: initiatives and challenges
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The chief of Bank Negara, the central bank of Malaysia, at the ceremony to mark the establishment of the International Center for Education in Islamic Finance in 2006, alluded to the fast growth of the Islamic finance industry during the previous ten years. This observation is all the more relevant as the industry was in the process of being integrated within the international financial system as shown by the increasing demand for Shari'ah (Islamic common laws)-compliant products and services that had been desined over some four decades.
Human capital , Development , Islamic finance
Aljunid, S. A. H. (2011). Human capital development in Islamic finance: initiatives and challenges. In Mohamed Ariff & Munawar Iqbal (Eds.), The foundations of Islamic banking: theory, practice and education (pp. 257-273). Cheltenham, Glasgow: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
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