The Edinburgh Companion to Shari'ah Governance in Islamic Finance

Edited by Syed Nazim Ali, Wijdan Tariq, Bahnaz Al Quradaghi

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A reference guide to shari’ah governance in Islamic finance as practised in 17 countries
  • Comprehensive treatment of shari’ah governance in Islamic finance
  • Case studies of shari’ah governance practices from 17 key Islamic finance hubs: Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkey, UK and Europe
  • Presents key debates surrounding shari’ah governance practices in Islamic finance and critical analysis by leading scholars of the field
  • Brings indigenous knowledge of Islamic finance from around the world to a wider English-language audience
  • Sets an agenda for researchers in the fields of Islamic studies and Islamic finance, and for other social scientists studying the area of Islam and finance

Written by a group of prominent shari’ah scholars, academics and practitioners in the field of Islamic finance, this book contains 17 in-depth case studies of shari’ah governance practices and experiences as well as critical analysis of these practices. It serves as a standalone comprehensive reference work on shari’ah governance, containing an overview of its Islamic legal foundations, its evolution and development over the years, current practices and debates on shari’ah governance standards and future prospects for shari’ah governance in the global Islamic finance market.

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PrefaceSyed Nazim Ali

1. Introduction: Shari‘ah Governance in Islamic FinanceWijdan Tariq

Part I: Fundamentals of Shari‘ah Governance In Islamic Finance

2. Shari‘ah Governance: Principles and FoundationsAli Al-Quradaghi and Bahnaz Al-Quradaghi

3. Historical Development of Shari‘ah Governance Standard and Guiding PrinciplesRifaat Abdel-Karim and Umar Oseni

Part II: Case Studies of Shari‘ah Governance In Practice

4. Shari‘ah Governance in International Sukuk MarketsAida Othman

5. BahrainMohammad Omar Farooq and Ahmed Mansoor Alkhan

6. BangladeshM. Kabir Hassan, Md. Hafij Ullah, and Ruma Khanam

7. EgyptWalid Hegazy

8. IndiaShariq Nisar and Umar Farooq

9. IndonesiaRifki Ismal and Wachid Asad

10. IranAmin Mohseni-Cheraghlou and Amir Ahmad Zolfaghari

11. KenyaHanaan Balala

12. KuwaitJamshaid Anwar Chattha and Syed Musa Alhabshi

13. MalaysiaMohamad Akram Laldin and Hafas Furqani

14. MoroccoDalal Aassouli

15. NigeriaUmar A. Oseni

16. PakistanUsman Hayat and Sarwat Ahson

17. QatarOsama Al-Dereaie, Fuaad Al-Dulaimi, Ebrahim Gamal, Muslehuddin Musab and Mohamed Nafeel

18. Saudi ArabiaAshraf Gomma Ali, Marjan Muhammad, Beebee Salma Sairally and Safiudin Ahmad Fuad

19. SudanIshraga Khattab

20. TurkeyZeynep Topaloglu Calkan

21. United Kingdom and EuropeSamir Alamad

Part III: The Future of Shari‘ah Governance in Islamic Finance

22. Authenticity of Shari‘ah Applications in Islamic Banks under the Principles of Corporate GovernanceAbdelrahman Yousri Ahmed

23. Contemporary Shari‘ah Governance Practices: A Perspective From Within The Islamic Finance IndustrySiraj Yasini

24. Juristic Authority and Financial Expertise: Politics of Translation between Shari‘ah Scholars and Finance ProfessionalsMahmood Ahmad and Sohaib Khan

25. Reforming Shari‘ah Governance in Islamic Finance for Achieving Sustainable Development GoalsTariqullah Khan

26. The Future of Shari‘ah GovernanceZulkifli Hasan

Syed Nazim Ali is Research Professor and the Director for the Center for Islamic Economics and Finance, Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies, at the Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar Foundation. He is author or editor of numerous books including Ali, S.N. and Nisar S. (eds.) Takaful and Islamic Cooperative Finance: Challenges and Opportunities (Edward Elgar, 2016), Ali, S.N. (ed.) Shari‘a-Compliant Microfinance (Routledge, 2011), and Ali, S.N. and Ali, N.N. Information Sources on Islamic Banking and Economics 1980-90 (Routledge, 1994).

Wijdan Tariq is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Islamic Economics and Finance, Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies, at the Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar Foundation. He is co-editor (with Bahnaz Al Quradaghi et al) of several books published by Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing in 2015: Access to Finance and Human Development: Essays on Zakah, Awqaf and Microfinance; Islamic Economics: Theory, Policy and Social Justice; Islamic Banking and Finance: Essays on Corporate Finance, Efficiency and Product Development; Ethics, Governance and Regulation in Islamic Finance; and Financial Stability and Risk Management in Islamic Financial Institutions.

Bahnaz Al Quradaghi is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Islamic Economics and Finance, Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies, at the Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar Foundation.

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