Shariah Requirements and Arrangements for Islamic Financial Products & Features
• Tawarruq • Waad • Rahn
SIDC CPE - accredited: 10 CPE Points
Date: 18th January 2017 Venue: InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
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Bank Negara Malaysia recently released detailed Shariah guidelines, requirements and optional practices and arrangements for various Islamic financial contracts, products and features. Following on from this, banks and financial institutions will be required to submit action plans based around these requirements and practices. As such, a great deal of important information gathering and analysis will have to take place in a relatively short period of time.

REDmoney Seminars is pleased to offer an insightful, concise and incisive update on the Shariah standards and requirements, optional practices and arrangements for Tawarruq, Waad and Rahn. Industry experts will cover the most important elements of each, and will identify key areas for attention and action.

KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Identify and understand the announcement and implementation timetable for regulatory and Shariah standards and requirements
  • Assess and evaluate recent Shariah requirements and optional practices for Tawarruq-based structures and products
  • Examine and evaluate recent Shariah requirements and arrangements for Waad-based structures and products
  • Discuss the structure of treasury and retail uses for Waad based products
  • Examine and evaluate recent Shariah requirements and arrangements for Rahn
  • Ensure Shariah compliance throughout product development and facilitation for Tawarruq, Waad and Rahn and various combinations

 

Agenda

   
9:00 Welcome
9:15 – 10:30 Providing a Reminder on the Concept of Tawarruq and Examining Domestic & Shariah Resolutions on Tawarruq
  • Reminding ourselves of the structure, workings and uses of Tawarruq
  • Assessing the influence and ramifications of pronouncements made by each of the following organisations:
    • Shariah Advisory Council of Bank Negara Malaysia
    • Shariah Advisory Council of Securities Commission Malaysia
    • Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI)
    • OIC Fiqh Academy
Associate Professor Dr Rusni Hassan — Deputy Dean IIUM Institute of Banking & Finance and member, Shariah Advisory Council, Bank Negara Malaysia
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee
11:00 – 13:00 Shariah Requirements, Optional Practices and Arrangement for Tawarruq (part 1)
  • Identifying opportunities for banks to incorporate Tawarruq structures and features
  • Examining and evaluating recent Shariah requirements for Tawarruq
  • Discussing the arrangement of Tawarruq structures and identifying key Shariah issues
  • Assessing the incorporation of Tawarruq with other contracts
  • Evaluating Shariah issues associated with dissolution and completion of Tawarruq
  • Ensuring Shariah compliance throughout product development and facilitation
Mohd Johan Lee — Managing Partner, J Lee & Associates
13:00 – 14:00 Luncheon
14:00 – 14:35 Shariah Requirements, Optional Practices and Arrangement for Tawarruq (Part 2)
14:35 – 15:55 Shariah Requirements, Optional Practices and Arrangement for Wa’d
  • Unilateral and Bilateral Wa’d and Shariah requirements for both
  • Discussing the arrangement of Wa’d structures in various Islamic Banking’s product and salient features
  • Assessing the incorporation of Wa’d with other contracts and addressing some key Shariah issues
  • Dissolution and completion of Wa’d; evaluating Shariah issues and its implication
  • Ensuring Shariah compliance throughout product development
Mohd Faris Ghazali — Deputy Manager, Shariah Risk Management, Bank Islam Malaysia
15:55 – 16:15 Coffee Break
16:15 – 17:15 Shariah Requirements, Optional Practices and Arrangement for Rahn
  • Identifying opportunities for banks to incorporate Rahn structures and features
  • Examining and evaluating recent Shariah requirements for Rahn
  • Discussing the arrangement of Rahn structures and identifying key Shariah issues
  • Assessing the incorporation of Rahn with other contracts
  • Evaluating Shariah issues associated with dissolution and completion of Rahn
  • Ensuring Shariah compliance throughout product development and facilitation

Mohd Faris Ghazali — Deputy Manager, Shariah Risk Management, Bank Islam Malaysia

17:15 Coffee and Networking

 

 

 

 


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