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Institusi yang terlibat dalam perkembangan sistem kewangan Islam di Malaysia & Pelan Sektor Kewangan (PSK) 2011-2020

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  • 1. DISEDIAKAN OLEH : NOR AZHAR BIN HJ ADUKA (IEM 110015) IJAZAH SARJANA MUDA PENGURUSAN MUAMALAT JABATAN SYARIAH DAN PENGURUSAN AKADEMI PENGAJIAN ISLAM UNIVERSITI MALAYA KUALA LUMPUR 2013/2014 Institusi yang terlibat dalam perkembangan sistem kewangan Islam di Malaysia & Pelan Sektor Kewangan (PSK) 2011-2020
  • 2. INSTITUTIONS INVOLVED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ISLAMIC FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA No INSTUTATIONS DEFINITIONS & DETAILS OBJECTIVES 1 IFSB The Islamic Financial Services Board An international standard- setting body of regulatory and supervisory agencies that have vested interest in ensuring the soundness and stability of the Islamic financial services industry, which is defined broadly to include banking, capital market and insurance. Level 5, Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara Malaysia, 2, Jalan Dato' Onn, 50480 Kuala Lumpur. Telephone: +6 03 9195 1400 Facsimile : +6 03 9195 1405 http://www.sc.com.my/ To promote the development of a prudent and transparent Islamic financial services industry through introducing new, or adapting existing, international standards consistent with Shar'ah principles, and recommending these for adoption. To provide guidance on the effective supervision and regulation of institutions offering Islamic financial products and to develop for the Islamic financial services industry the criteria for identifying, measuring, managing and disclosing risks, taking into account international standards for valuation, income and expense calculation, and disclosure. To liaise and cooperate with relevant organisations currently setting standards for the stability and the soundness of the international monetary and financial systems and those of the member countries.
  • 3. 2 INCEIF International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance A global university offering academic and professional qualifications in Islamic finance. Lorong Universiti A , 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Fax: +603 7651 4094 Tel: 03-7651 4000 http://www.inceif.org/ Promote and encourage related research in order to further enrich the development of education in Islamic finance. Provide the most stimulating and effective environment for the dissemination and discussion of strategies in Islamic finance education. Encourage young academicians to embark in new research in the area of Islamic banking and finance. Provide a venue to analyse the issues and challenges facing Islamic banking and financial markets, with particular focus on human capital development and education strategies. Provide wider opportunities to academicians and researchers to interact openly. Expose and elaborate on issues and challenges pertaining to the execution of global finance and banking systems in the new millennium.
  • 4. 3 SC Securities Commission A self-funding statutory body with investigative and enforcement powers. It reports to the Minister of Finance and its accounts are tabled in Parliament annually. 3, Persiaran Bukit Kiara Bukit Kiara 50490 Kuala Lumpur Tel: 603-6204 8777 Fax: 603-6201 5078 http://www.sc.com.my/ Supervising exchanges, clearing houses and central depositories. Registering authority for prospectuses of corporations other than unlisted recreational clubs. Approving authority for corporate bond issues. Regulating all matters relating to securities and derivatives contracts. Regulating the take-over and mergers of companies. Regulating all matters relating to unit trust schemes. Licensing and supervising all licensed persons. Encouraging self-regulation and ensuring proper conduct of market institutions and licensed persons.
  • 5. 4 REDmoney A publishing and events company focusing purely on the global Islamic finance market. Suite 22-06, 22nd Floor Menara Tan & Tan 207, Jalan Tun Razak 50400 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia General Line: +603 2162 7800 General Fax: +603 2162 7810 http://www.redmoneyevents.co m/ Offer expert advice and consultation to organizations in and associated with the Islamic finance industry included market positioning and research, Shariah advisory and the product development process. Giving first-hand knowledge and understanding of the Islamic finance markets and instruments from the specialists point of view. A world-class provider of quality public, sponsored and in-house financial training for banks, corporates, consultants, regulators and government bodies across Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Provide best-of-breed training solutions in the rapidly developing area of Shariah compliant finance. Offer Islamic finance professionals cutting edge knowledge which is both relevant and timely delivered by recognized experts in their respective fields.
  • 6. 5 BNM Bank Negara Malaysia @ Central Bank of Malaysia The Malaysian central bank or Malaysian Federal Reserve Jalan Dato' Onn P.O. Box 10922 50929 Kuala Lumpur Tel: 603-2698-8044 Fax: 603-2691-2990 http://www.bnm.gov.my/ Issue currency and keep reserves to safeguard the value of currency Promote monetary stability & sound financial structure Act as banker and financial advisor to the Government Influence the credit situation to the advantage of the country 6 ISRA International Shari'ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance A repository of knowledge for Shariah views or fatwas and undertake studies on contemporary issues in Islamic financial industry Lorong Universiti A, 59100 Kuala Lumpur. General Line : +603-7651 4200 Fax : +603-7651 4242 http://www.isra.my/ Spearhead and conduct applied shariah research in Islamic Finance Enrich resources of knowledge in Islamic Finance Provide avenues for the development of shariah practice in Islamic Finance Propagate harmonisation and mutual respect in Islamic Finance practices
  • 7. 7 AIBIM Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia An association that fostering the establishment and conduct of sound Islamic banking systems and practices in Malaysia. 4th floor, Menara Bumiputra 21 Jalan Melaka, 50100 Kuala Lumpur. Tel : 03-20268 002 / 003 Fax : 603-20268012 http://aibim.com/ To promote the establishment of sound Islamic banking systems and practices Promoting and representing the interests of members and to render where possible such advice or assistance as may be deemed necessary and expedient to members. To upgrade Islamic banking expertise in Malaysia and in pursuing the above objectives; AIBIM works in co-operation with other similar associations in the country and elsewhere in the world. 8 AAOIFI Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions An Islamic international autonomous non-for-profit corporate body that prepares accounting, auditing, governance, ethics and Shari'a standards for Islamic financial institutions and the industry. To develop accounting and auditing thoughts relevant to Islamic financial institutions. To disseminate accounting and auditing thoughts relevant to Islamic financial institutions and its applications through training, seminars, publication of periodical newsletters, carrying out and commissioning of research and other means.
  • 8. BLOCK 304, AL MUTHANA ROAD, YATEEM CENTER Tel : +973 17 244 496 Fax : +973 17 244 496 http://www.aaoifi.com/ To prepare, promulgate and interpret accounting and auditing standards for Islamic financial institutions To review and amend accounting and auditing standards for Islamic financial institutions 9 MIFC Malaysia International Islamic Financial Centre An initiative of Malaysias financial market regulators and relevant government agencies dedicated to developing Malaysias Islamic finance market by engaging with industry and government. Sasana Kijang 2 Jalan Dato' Onn 50480 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Telephone: +603 2692 3481 http://www.mifc.com/ Accelerating the process of bridging and strengthening the relationship between the international Islamic financial markets and thereby expand the investment and trade relations between the Middle Eastern, West Asia and North Africa regions with East Asia. To act as a centre for origination , issuance and trading of Islamic capital market and treasury instruments such as sukuks, and to act as an investment gateway to the region specialising in Islamic fund and wealth management, and as a takaful and retakaful centre. Promoting capital and cross-border trade flows between the financial communities of these regions, thereby strengthen the international integration of our (Malaysia) domestic Islamic
  • 9. financial system. To improve further the performance of the Islamic financial industry and strengthen its competitive edge in this increasingly more challenging global environment. 10 Labuan FSA The Labuan Financial Services Authority @ LOFSA Labuan Offshore Financial Services Authority A single regulatory body to spearhead

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