IBFIM

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IBFIMIslamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia
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Adi Setia, The Book of the Proprieties of Earning and Living (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2013).
This is where IBFIM, a Malaysia- based Islamic finance training institute, comes in.
What have IBFIM's main achievements been so far in 2014?
For a detailed report, see Wan Mohd Aimran Wan Mohd Kamil, Aliff Basri, and Adi Setia, "Engaging Structural Greed Today: A ChristianMuslim Interfaith Dialogue, Report and Reflections" in Adi Setia (trans.), The Book of Earning a Livelihood (Kitab al-Kasb of Imam Muhammad alShayban') (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2011), Appendix III: 227-288.
(1.) See, for instance, Wahbah al-Zuhayli, Usul al-Iman wa al-Islam (Damascus: Dar al-Fikr, 2009), 2:720-722; trans., Nicholas Mahdi Lock, "The 41st Foundation from the Foundations of Faith: Thrift in Expenditure and the Prohibition of Consuming Wealth by False Means," as Appendix II in Ibn Abi al-Dunya, The Restoration of Wealth: Islah al-Mal, trans., Nicholas Mahdi Lock and Adi Setia (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2015).
The event was organised in collaboration with the Securities Commission Malaysia, Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM), Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia (IBFIM), Malaysian Takaful Association (MTA), International Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA) and Bursa Malaysi.
al-Bishri al-Shurabji (Cairo: Maktabat al-Kulliyyat al-Azhariyya, 1977); annotated translation and introduction by Adi Setia as The Indicator to the Virtues of Commerce (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2011).
Adi Setia and Mahdi Lock, The Virtue of Working for a Living (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2012), 10-11.
GIFF 2014 is organised by the Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM), in collaboration with Bank Negara Malaysia, Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), the Malaysian Takaful Association (MTA), International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) International Shari'ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA) and Islamic Banking & Finance Institute Malaysia (IBFIM).
Summary: The Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia (IBFIM) is determined to set the standard for Islamic finance education, at home and abroad
(1.) A shortened, alternative rendering is The Guide to the Merits of Commerce; complete English translation by Adi Setia, The Indicator to the Virtues of Commerce (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2011).
(19.) See Adi Setia and Mahdi Lock, trans., Right Livelihood and the Common Good: Three Classics from the Islamic Tradition (Kuala Lumpur: IBFIM, 2013).