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Dr Noor Suhaida Kasri

(researcher at Int’l Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA

Dr Noor Suhaidah Kasri is currently a researcher at Int’l Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA). She can be contacted at noor@isra.my

Dr Noor Suhaida binti Kasri is currently a researcher at International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA). She also heads the Islamic Capital Market Unit established under the ISRA’s Research Affairs Division. She received her Bachelor of Laws from the International Islamic University of Malaysia.  Her Master in Laws was from King’s College of London and for her master programme; she was funded by the British Chevening Scholarship Award. She was later awarded Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Banking Finance and Management by the University of Gloucestershire (in collaboration with Markfield Institute of Higher Education) which was sponsored by ISRA. Her doctoral research was on Malaysia’s crude palm oil futures contract where she critically analyzed the adequacy of the resolution of the Malaysian Securities Commission Shariah Advisory Council in permitting crude palm futures contract.

Her areas of interest includes law and regulation of Islamic banking, finance and capital market as well as ethical issues surrounding the application of Islamic law in the operation of Islamic banking, finance and capital market.  She has vast experience in Malaysian legal practice, having practiced as a civil and Shariah lawyer. She was a member of the Malaysia’s Investigating Tribunal Panel, Advocates & Solicitors Disciplinary Board and headed the Shariah Legal Clinic of Kuala Lumpur Bar Legal Aid Centre

مقالات الكاتب :

Malaysian Islamic Financial Services Authority 2013 – The Extent of Shariah Inclusivity

أكتوبر 2013

Malaysia has once again proven itself to be a leading player in the Islamic banking and financial market. On June 30, 2013, another building block was added to the regulatory structure: the Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 (IFSA). The IFSA provides for “regulation and supervision of Islamic financial institutions, payment systems and other relevant entities and the oversight of the Islamic money market and Islamic foreign exchange market to promote financial stability ...

Marketing and Promotions of Islamic Credit Cards: A Case of Malaysian Islamic Financial Institutions

فبراير 2015

Credit cards, also known as ‘plastic money’, are one of the most established contemporary modes of payment in today’s society. By owning a credit card, the owner would be entitled to a number of benefits such as credit facility, cash advance, paperless or easy payment, prestige and e-commerce transacting (Billah, 2007). Its attractiveness lies in granting the cardholder the permissibility of purchasing goods and services within the credit limit even when ...

WAQF AND SUKUK: ADDRESSING THE HUMANITARIAN FUNDING GAP

مارس 2016

Noor Suhaida Kasri (PhD)[i]

The United Nations (UN) latest report issued in January 2016 entitled “Too Important to Fail-Addressing the Humanitarian Financing Gap” showed a huge jump in the number of people seeking humanitarian aid. At ...