IBFIMIslamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia
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Nicholas Mahdi Lock and Adi Setia, The Restoration of Wealth (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2016); Abu Bakr al-Khallal (d.
This is where IBFIM, a Malaysia- based Islamic finance training institute, comes in.
Adi Setia, The Book of the Proprieties of Earning and Living (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2013).
You have to understand that IBFIM does not just do training.
Adi Setia, The Book of Livelihoods and Scrupulousness (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2015).
The Book of Earning a Livelihood: Kitab al-Kasb (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, forthcoming).
of Imam Muhammad ibn al-Hasan al-Shaybani, Kitab al Kasb), The Book of Earning a Livelihhod (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2011), 56-57 and 83-84.
Although when first approached with these business opportunities, IBFIM was the first to point out that it was established, first and foremost, as a training and professional development centre for the then newly established Islamic finance landscape.
Speaking at the MoU signing ceremony, Dato' Dr Adnan Alias, Chief Executive Officer of IBFIM said, "With the increasing importance of Islamic finance in the global financial markets today, it is crucial to equip university students with the fundamentals of Islamic finance.
In terms of industry training, IBFIM has to date trained 32 per cent of the total Islamic finance industry workforce.
al-Isharat ila Mahasin al-Tijarat (Cairo: Maktaba al-Kulliyyat al-Azhariyya, 1977); complete English translation by Adi Setia, The Indicator to the Virtues of Commerce (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2011).
Right Livelihood & the Common Good: Three Classics from the Islamic Tradition (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2013).