Author: Mohammad Hashim Kamali, A.K. Abdullah
Publisher: International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (2014)
Pages: 196 Binding: Paperback 6 x 9 x 0.5"
Description from the publisher:
This collection of essays brings together leading scholars and practitioners to discuss contemporary issues in the rapidly-expanding sukuk market, and debates the challenges facing it since the 2008 financial crisis and a number of high profile sukuk defaults. It looks in particular at issues of Shari‘ah compliance, the issue of replication in Islamic finance, the need to have a true sale in the asset securitisation process, and the issue of sukuk defaults. It is highly recommended for practitioners, scholars and students of Islamic finance.
The contributors are : Abdul Karim Abdullah, Mohammed Imad Ali, Muhammad Al-Bashir Muhammad Al-Amineo, Rafe Haneef, Mohammad Hashim Kamali, Nermin Klopic, Raja Teh Maimunah, Faizal Ahmad Manjoo, Abbas Mirakhor, Sirajulhaq Hilal Yasini, and Sheila Ainon Yussof.
About the Editors
Professor Mohammad Hashim Kamali is the founding chairman and CEO of the International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) in Malaysia, and is a leading authority in Islamic jurisprudence, Islamic finance and human rights in Islamic law.
A. K. Abdullah is Research Fellow at the IAIS. He previously lectured at several private institutions of higher learning both in Canada and in Malaysia, and also at the University Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM).