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									continuing professional education programmes for accounting and finance professionals




                      A series of workshops for Accounting and Finance Professionals
                      offering a comprehensive introduction to Islamic Finance, presented
                      by the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) in collaboration with
                      the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF),
                      the global university in Islamic Finance.




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A key priority that Malaysia has accorded in the
development of Islamic finance is the investment
in the development of talent and expertise.

This is a vital part of the advancement of Islamic
finance in terms of strengthening its intellectual
underpinnings of its development.

Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz
Bank Negara Malaysia Governor
introduction
The Islamic banking and financial services industry has experienced significant development. From being utilised only in
a handful of Muslim-majority countries, the industry has expanded into a viable and vibrant component of the global
financial system. In fact, Islamic finance is under the forethought, as Wall Street and the rest of the world witnessed one
of the biggest crises ever to hit the financial landscape in recent times. Conventional banks and insurance companies
from the US and Iceland to Singapore and Thailand are bracing themselves for fallouts from the turmoil.
However, countries with a robust Islamic financial services industry are weathering the storm well. Islamic finance is, in
fact, on the cusp of serious expansion. It is growing faster than any other subset of the world banking industry at 15–20
percent a year, with assets estimated at USD one trillion. However, Islamic finance currently makes up less than one
percent of world assets, suggesting a huge room for growth.
With its huge potential, the development of talent and expertise in Islamic finance and banking is necessary to drive
innovation and to raise the performance of this industry to greater heights. Realising this, Bank Negara Malaysia
established the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF)—the only university dedicated to Islamic
finance—in 2006, representing Malaysia’s commitment to sustain and support the future growth of this industry.
Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) recognising the increasing adoption of Islamic finance across the globe,
believes that Malaysian accountants must take developments in Islamic finance seriously as it is becoming an important
component within the financial services industry. In light of this, MIA has entered into a strategic partnership with
INCEIF to increase the awareness of Islamic finance amongst the accounting fraternity.
This series of five continuing professional education (CPE) programmes for accounting and finance professionals is
presented here as the first phase in this strategic partnership.



                                                                     the mia-inceif cpe programmes
                                                                     on islamic finance
                                                                     Venue
                                                                  	 INCEIF.		Annexe	Block,	Menara	Tun	Razak,	Jalan	Raja	Laut,	Kuala	Lumpur
                                                                     deliVery methodology
                                                                  •	 Lectures,	case	studies,	and	simulations
                                                                     Who Will Benefit
                                                                  •	 Financial	controllers,	accountants	and	finance	managers	who	are	directly	involved	in	
                                                                     Islamic	finance	
                                                                  •	 Senior	managers,	managers	and	credit	officers	who	are	directly	involved	in	Islamic	
                                                                     finance	
                                                                  •	 Lawyers	and	legal	officers
                                                                  •	 Academicians
                                                                  •	 Trainers	who	are	involved	in	the	Islamic	banking	training	programmes
                                                                  •	 Other	interested	parties
                                                                     executiVe certificate
                                                                  	 An	 Executive	 Certificate	 in	 Fundamentals	 of	 Islamic	 Finance	 will	 be	 awarded	 to	
                                                                    participants	who	have	completed	a	minimum	of	three	(3)	workshops	within	a	one-
                                                                    year	period.
                                                                  	 To	 qualify	 for	 this	 certification,	 it	 is	 compulsory	 for	 candidates	 to	 complete	
                                                                                                                                                             	
                                                                    Module	1:	Shariah	Aspects	of	Business	and	Finance.	
                                                                  	 This	certificate	is	endorsed	jointly	by	INCEIF	and	MIA.
                                                                  	 certificate of attendance
                                                                  	 A	Certificate	of	Attendance	will	be	awarded	to	participants	who	have	completed	
                                                                    one	(1)	or	two	(2)	workshops	only.
                                                                        module 1                                                                                                     module 2
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                        of BuSINeSS AND fINANce                                                                                                                   PrAcTIceS
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    shariah aspects of business and finance comprise                                                    this workshop will expose participants to the various
    three major parts namely Islamic Jurisprudence, Audit &                                             aspects of Islamic banking practices that include the
    Compliance and theory of Islamic contract.                                                          regulatory and legal requirements for an Islamic bank to
    besides highlighting the requirements of shariah in                                                 operate, products development and risks management.
    commercial transactions, this workshop will also cover
    categories of shariah principles governing commercial                                               oBjectiVes

    transactions.                                                                                    •	 To	examine	the	structure	of	Islamic	financial	markets,	instruments,	and	institutions.	
                                                                                                     •	 To	 provides	 the	 participants	 with	 an	 understanding	 of	 the	 various	 financial	 instruments	
    Participants will be exposed to the application and                                                 offered	by	Islamic	banking	companies,	the	risks	associated	with	Islamic	banking	products,	
    mechanism of the most widely used shariah principles                                                and	the	legal	aspects	of	Islamic	banking	products.
    such as mudarabah, murabahah, bai bithaman ajil /                                                •	 To	provide	participants	with	the	knowledge	on	how	financial	transactions	are	accounted	for	
    bai muajal, musharakah, salam, istisna, ijarah, bai al-                                             and	reported	by	Islamic	financial	institutions	including	mudaraba,	murabaha,	ijara,	salam,	
                                                                                                        istisna,	bba,	zakat	takaful	and	sukuk.	A	user	view	of	accounting	is	emphasized	as	opposed	
    inah, tawarruq, hiwalah, kafalah, wakalah, wadiah,                                                  to	a	preparer	view	to	be	in	line	with	the	objective	of	the	paper.
    ijarah and rahn.                                                                                 •	 To	also	provide	a	review	of	practices	and	issues	in	shariah	review	and	auditing	in	Islamic	
                                                                                                        Financial	Institutions.
    oBjectiVes                                                                                       •	 To	 provide	 participants	 all	 aspects	 of	 managing	 an	 Islamic	 financial	 institution.	 Including	
•	 To	 provide	 an	 overview	 of	 Shariah	 compliance	 review	 framework	 for	 Islamic	 financial	      organizational	 development,	 customer	 relationship	 management,	 strategic	 management,	
   institution.                                                                                         financial	management,	channel	distribution	management,	and	ethical	issues	in	management	
•	 To	provide	platform	for	discussion	on	issues	relating	to	Shariah	based	on	different	Islamic	         in	accordance	with	Shari'ah.
   schools	of	thought.                                                                               •	 To	 provide	 participants	 with	 all	 aspects	 of	 risk	 to	 which	 Islamic	 financial	 institutions	 are	
•	 To	review	what	are	the	issues	and	challenges	of	the	implementation	of	Shariah	compliance	            exposed	to,	and	focuses	on	identifying,	measuring	and	mitigating	risks	within	a	banking	
   and	governance	in	Islamic	financial	institutions.                                                    paradigm.	

    outline                                                                                             outline

•   introduction to shariah (islamic Law)                                                            • regulatory and Legal requirements
	   »	 Introduction	to	Islamic	terminologies                                                           »	 Islamic	 Banking	 Act	 1983,	 Shariah	 Supervisory	 Board,	 Taxation	 and	 Legal	 aspects	 of	
	   »	 Primary	sources	of	Shariah                                                                         Islamic	banking	business,	Malaysian	Islamic	Financial	Centre	(MIFC)	Initiatives
	   »	 Secondary	sources	of	Shariah                                                                    »	 Islamic	banking	–	Balance	Sheet	and	Income	Statement,	Key	Indicators
	   »	 Rules	and	objective	of	Shariah                                                                  »	 Islamic	banking	–	History	and	current	trends	and	lessons	from	Sub-prime	Crises	and	Credit	
•   islamic Commercial Law                                                                                Crunch
	   »	 Islamic	legal	maxims                                                                          • deposit Products
	   »	 Islamic	law	of	property	and	ownership                                                         	 »	 Transaction	deposits
•   islamic Law of Contract                                                                          	 »	 Investment	deposits
	   »	 Theory	/	formation	of	contract                                                                • islamic financial instruments
	   »	 Performance,	breach	and	remedies                                                              	 »	 Retail	financing
                                                                                                     	 »	 Enterprise	financing
speakers                                                                                             • islamic bank risk management
• assoc. Prof. dr. Mahmood bin Mohamed sanusi                                                        	 »	 Concept	of	risk	in	Islam,	type	of	risk	faced	by	Islamic	banks
	 Professor	of	Law	and	Islamic	Law	                                                                  	 »	 Capital	Management	under	Basel	II	and	Islamic	Financial	Services	Board	(IFSB)

                                                                                                     speakers

                                                                                                     • Prof. dr. saiful azhar rosly
                                                                                                     	 Professor	of	Islamic	Economics	&	Banking
                                                                                                     	 Head	of	Islamic	Banking	Department		
                                                                               module 3                                                                                                module 4
                                                           ISlAMIc cAPITAl                                                                                          ISlAMIc WeAlTh
                                                                   MArkeT                                                                                                PlANNING
                                                                         29 September 2009, Tuesday                                                                                 15 October 2009, Thursday

    this workshop critically examines the nature and theory                                                        this workshop covers the concepts of wealth, its
    of Islamic capital markets and the structure of capital                                                        generation, enhancement and distribution from both
    market instruments.                                                                                            conventional and Islamic perspectives as part of the
    topics include the historical development of Islamic                                                           processes of wealth planning. It will also cover the
    capital markets and its role in economic development,                                                          details of wealth allocation processes; wealth generation
    and Islamic capital mobilization via several shariah                                                           and enhancement through investments in securities and
    compliant products in the equity and debt markets.                                                             real estate; in wealth protection through insurance and
                                                                                                                   takaful; in planning for the future through estate, tax and
    oBjectiVes
                                                                                                                   retirement planning and in estate distribution through
•	 To	examine	the	structure	of	Islamic	capital	markets,	instruments,	and	institutions.	                            wills and law of inheritance.
•	 To	 provides	 the	 participants	 with	 an	 understanding	 of	 the	 various	 financial	 instruments	             the legal framework and issues will also be brought
   offered	by	players	of	the	Islamic	capital	market,	the	risks	associated	with	Islamic	capital	                    up as useful tools for would be wealth planners and
   market	products,	and	the	legal	aspects	of	such	products.
                                                                                                                   consultants.
•	 To	 provide	 participants	 with	 the	 knowledge	 on	 how	 financial	 transactions	 are	 accounted	
   for	 and	 reported	 by	 players	 in	 the	 Islamic	 capital	 market.	 	 A	 user	 view	 of	 accounting	 is	
                                                                                                                   oBjectiVes
   emphasized	as	opposed	to	a	preparer	view	to	be	in	line	with	the	objective	of	the	paper.
•	 To	also	provide	a	review	of	practices	and	issues	in	shariah	review	and	auditing	in	Islamic	                 •	 To	examine	the	details	of	wealth	allocation	processes.
   capital	market.                                                                                             •	 To	provide	participants	with	an	understanding	of	the	wealth	generation	and	enhancement	
                                                                                                                  through	investments	in	securities	and	real	estate.
    outline                                                                                                    •	 To	provide	participants	with	an	understanding	of	the	wealth	protection	through	insurance	and	
                                                                                                                  Takaful.
•   regulatory and Legal requirements
	   »	 Securities	Commission’s	Islamic	Capital	Market	Master	Plan                                              •	 To	provide	participants	with	an	understanding	in	the	planning	for	the	future	through	estate,	
	   »	 Role	of	Shariah	Advisory	Council                                                                           tax	and	retirement	plan.
	   »	 Trends	in	Capital	Market                                                                                •	 To	expose	participants	to	various	financial	instruments	offered	by	players	of	the	industry,	the	
                                                                                                                  risks	associated	with	them	and	the	legal	aspects	of	such	products.
•   Capital Mobilisation via the sukuk Market
	   »	 Islamic	asset	securitization                                                                            •	 To	provide	participants	with	the	knowledge	on	how	these	financial	transactions	are	accounted	
	   »	 Sovereign	and	corporate	Sukuk                                                                              for	and	reported.		A	user	view	of	accounting	is	emphasized	as	opposed	to	a	preparer	view	to	
	   »	 Recent	AAOIFI	statement	on	Sukuk                                                                           be	in	line	with	the	objective	of	the	paper.
                                                                                                               •	 To	also	provide	a	review	of	practices	and	issues	in	shariah	review	and	auditing	in	Islamic	
•   Capital Mobilisation via islamic equities
                                                                                                                  wealth	planning.
	   »	 Shariah	stock	screening	models	
	   »	 Expected	rate	of	return
	   »	 Role	of	CAPM	in	Islamic	equity	investment                                                                   outline

	   »	 Shariah	Issues	in	short	selling	and	derivatives                                                         •   Wealth from Conventional and islamic Perspectives
•   islamic equities : types, structures and Performance                                                       	   »	 Concept	of	wealth;	ownership,	rights	to	use	and	spending
	   »	 Islamic	Unit	Trust                                                                                      	   »	 Generation,	accumulation,	enhancement,	purification	and	distribution	of	wealth
	   »	 Islamic	Real	Estate	Investment	Funds                                                                    	   »	 Differences	between	conventional	and	Islamic	wealth	planning
	   »	 Islamic	Exchange	Traded	Fund                                                                            	   »	 Investment	channels
                                                                                                               	   »	 Stock	screening	process
speakers                                                                                                       •   insurance and takaful schemes
• Prof. dr. saiful azhar rosly                                                                                 	   »	 Role	of	Takaful	in	wealth	planning
	 Professor	of	Islamic	Economics	&	Banking                                                                     	   »	 Factors	affecting	the	need	for	Takaful
	 Head	of	Islamic	Banking	Department		                                                                         	   »	 Takaful	Concepts	and	Models
                                                                                                               	   »	 Insurance	and	Takaful	Products
• dr. Mohd-Pisal Zainal                                                                                        	   »	 Differences	between	Insurance	and	Takaful	laws
	 Lecturer,	Islamic	Banking	Department                                                                         •   Faraid as a foundation for estate Planning
                                                                                                               	   »	 Sources	of	Islamic	law	on	estate	distribution
                                                                                                               	   »	 Eligible	Heirs
                                                                                                               	   »	 Tenets,	conditions,	impediments	and	exclusions
                                                                                                               	   »	 Shares	in	estate	distribution
                                                                                                               •   Wealth Purification in islam
                                                                                                               	   »	 Zakat
                                                                                                               	   »	 Waqaf
                                                                                                               	   »	 Voluntary	donations	(Sadaqah)

                                                                                                               speaker

                                                                                                               • Prof. datuk dr. syed Othman alhabshi
                                                                                                               	 Chief	Academic	Officer	&	Dean	of	Faculty
                                                                                                               	 Head	of	Takaful	and	Wealth	Planning	Department
                                                                          module 5                       speakers’ profile

                               ISlAMIc ecoNoMIcS,                                                        PrOFessOr datuk dr. syed OtHMan aLHabsHi
                          eThIcS AND GoverNANce                                                          Chief Academic Officer & Dean of Faculty ı Head of Takaful and Wealth Planning Department
                                                                                                         Prof.	Datuk	Dr.	Syed	Othman	Alhabshi	joined	INCEIF	as	Professor	of	Islamic	Economics	&	Econometrics	and	Head	of	
                                                                       2 November 2009, Monday
                                                                                                         Takaful	Faculty	in	March	2007.	Since	July	2008,	he	has	been	promoted	to	the	position	of	Chief	Academic	Officer	
                                                                                                         and	Dean	of	Faculty,	INCEIF.	He	holds	a	B.Ec	(Hons)	in	Statistics	from	University	of	Malaya,	M.S.	(Statistics)	from	
    this workshop provides an understanding of Islamic                                                   University	of	Wisconsin,	U.S.A.	and	Ph.D.	in	Econometrics	from	University	of	Birmingham,	U.K.	
    economics by considering the implications of the                                                     Since	1969,	he	has	served	in	various	academic	capacities	in	four	public	universities	in	the	country,	namely	University	
    application of shariah law for the economic and                                                      of	Malaya,	Universiti	Kebangsaan	Malaysia,	International	Islamic	University	Malaysia	and	Universiti	Utara	Malaysia.	
    financial systems.                                                                                   In	 October	 of	 1997,	 he	 served	 as	 the	 Founding	 President	 and	 CEO	 of	 Universiti	 Tun	 Abdul	 Razak	 until	 March	
                                                                                                         2005,	after	serving	Institute	of	Islamic	Understanding	Malaysia	(IKIM)	as	the	Deputy	Director-General	from	1992	
    the workshop also guides candidates in understanding                                                 to	1997.	
    the concept, evolution and role of corporate governance                                              He	is	currently	a	member	of	the	Board	of	Directors	of	Etiqa	Takaful	Berhad;	Pak-Kuwait	Takaful	Pte	Ltd	Pakistan;	
                                                                                                         Maybank	Islamic	Berhad;	Asia	Unit	Trust	Berhad;	Prima	Prai	Sdn	Bhd.;	Epen	Bina	Sdn	Bhd.;	Kolej	Poly-Tech	MARA	Sdn	
    in a market-based economy, especially in the case of
                                                                                                         Bhd.	He	is	also	a	member	of	the	Council	for	Universiti	Kuala	Lumpur.	He	now	sits	on	Shariah	Advisory	Committee	for	
    the Islamic financial services industry.                                                             Labuan	Reinsurance	(L)	Ltd.;	MNRB	Retakaful	Berhad;	MIDF	Group	of	Companies;	Amanah	Mutual	Berhad	(formerly	
                                                                                                         known	as	Maybank	Unit	Trust	Berhad)	and	Singapore	Unit	Trusts	Ltd.	
                                                                                                         He	 has	 also	 been	 appointed	 as	 a	 member	 of	 the	 Board	 of	 Trustees	 for	 Yayasan	 Bank	 Rakyat,	 Yayasan	 Wakaf	
    oBjectiVes
                                                                                                         Malaysia	and	Dewan	Amal	Islam	Hadhari.	He	is	also	a	Certified	Shariah	Individual	by	the	Securities	Commission	of	
•	 To	provide	participants	an	overview	of	Islamic	economy	by	highlighting	the		different	works	          Malaysia.	He	has	written	more	than	200	papers	on	various	topics	related	to	Islam,	Economics,	Banking	and	Takaful	
   of	Muslim	scholars	in	the	field.                                                                      and	has	written	and	edited	a	total	of	12	books.
•	 To	highlight	on	the	importance	of	Islamic	worldview	to	economics.
•	 To	compare	the	Islamic	economic	system	with	other	systems.                                            PrOFessOr dr. syed abduL HaMid aLJunid
•	 To	provide	a	clear	explanation	about	the	concept	of	money	from	Islamic	point	of	view	and	to	          Professor of Applied Finance ı Head of Economics & Governance Department
   examine	the	nature	and	scope	of	Islamic	economics	and	its	relationship	with	conventional	
                                                                                                         The	former	President	&	Chief	Executive	Officer	of	Universiti	Tun	Abdul	Razak,	Malaysia,	Professor	Dr.	Syed	Abdul	
   economics.
                                                                                                         Hamid	AlJunid	now	heads	the	Islamic	Financial	Markets	Department	of	INCEIF.	A	holder	of	a	Ph.D.	from	University	
•	 To	appreciate	the	importance	of	self-governance	coupled	with	compliance	(Shariah	and	non-             of	Wisconsin	(Madison),	USA	and	Masters	of	Arts	from	State	University	of	New	York,	USA,	Dr.	AlJunid	is	also	a	
   Shariah),	 best	 practices	 and	 strategic	 alignment	 to	 long	 term	 shareholders	 and	 investor	   fellow	member	to	the	Malaysian	Institute	of	Chartered	Secretaries	and	Administrators	(MAICSA).
   value.
                                                                                                         His	 areas	 of	 interest	 include	 ethics	 and	 governance,	 philosophy	 of	 social	 science	 and	 economics,	 theory	 of	
                                                                                                         knowledge	as	well	as	value	and	value-based	leadership.	In	whatever	spare	time	he	has,	he	dabbles	in	writing	
    outline                                                                                              and	presenting	as	well	as	editing	intellectually	on	related	issues.	His	writings	and	presentations	include	ethics	
•   islamic economics                                                                                    and	corporate	governance,	role	of	religion	and	spiritual	capital	in	business	and	economic	development	as	well	as	
	   »	 Objectives	of	Shariah	and	provisioning	process                                                    value	and	value	transformation.
	   »	 Worldview	of	Islam	and	the	role	of	individual	and	community	in	defining	rationality
	   »	 The	role	of	markets	and	economic	decision	making	as	social	constructs                             PrOFessOr dr. saiFuL aZHar rOsLy
•   ethics and Governance                                                                                Professor of Islamic Economics & Banking ı Head of Islamic Banking Department
	   »	 Islamic	ethics	and	the	role	of	vicegerency                                                        Prof.	Dr.	Saiful	Azhar	Rosly	is	currently	on	attachment	at	INCEIF	as	the	Head	of	INCEIF’s	Islamic	Financial	Market	
	   »	 Ethical	principle	and	the	role	of	Shariah                                                         faculty.	He	is	also	Professor	of	Economics	at	the	International	Islamic	University	Malaysia.	Prior	to	joining	INCEIF,	
	   »	 Governance	from	Islamic	perspectives.	                                                            he	has	served	the	Malaysian	Institute	of	Economic	Research	as	Director	of	Research.	His	area	of	specialisation	
	   »	 The	role	of	self-governance	oversight	and	regulations	on	market	economies                         is	Islamic	financial	markets,	which	 include	 Islamic	banking,	 takaful,	unit	 trusts,	 capital	market	 and	financial	
                                                                                                         planning.	In	addition	to	this,	he	is	also	currently	an	independent	director	for	EON	Capital	Islamic	Bank	and	the	
                                                                                                         Federation	of	Malaysian	Unit	Trust	Management	(FMUTM).
speaker

• Prof. dr. syed abdul Hamid alJunid
                                                                                                         assOC. PrOF. dr. MaHMOOd bin MOHaMed sanusi
	 Professor	of	Applied	Finance
	 Head	of	Economics	&	Governance	Department                                                              Professor of Law and Islamic Law
                                                                                                         Prof.	Dr.	Mahmood	Mohamed	Sanusi	was	attached	to	the	International	Islamic	University	Malaysia	since	1984,	
                                                                                                         prior	to	his	current	position	at	INCEIF.	He	has	lectured	on	Islamic	Banking	and	Finance,	Transactions	in	Islamic	
                                                                                                         Law,	Islamic	Family	Law,	Islamic	Constitution	Law,	Islamic	Criminal	Law,	Islamic	Jurisprudence.	He	has	published	
                                                                                                         his	works	in	such	reputable	academic	journals	as:	International	Journal	of	Financial	Services,	Arab	Law	Quarterly,	
                                                                                                         Journal	of	Money	Laundering	Control	(Cambridge	University),	IIUM	Law	Journal,	Journal	of	Regional	Islamic	
                                                                                                         Council	of	Southeast	Asia	and	the	Pacific,	and	also	a	chapter	in	‘Innovation,	Regulation,	and	Legal	Perspective	an	
                                                                                                         Islamic	Finance	Book’	by	Edward	Elgar	Publication.	He	has	also	presented	papers	on	Islamic	Banking	and	Finance	
                                                                                                         at	 seminars	 and	 conferences,	 and	 has	 also	 conducted	 courses	 on	 Islamic	 Banking	 and	 Finance	 in	 Malaysia,	
                                                                                                         Singapore	and	Brunei	and	South	Africa.	

                                                                                                         dr. MOHd-PisaL ZainaL
                                                                                                         Lecturer, Islamic Banking Department
                                                                                                         While	pursuing	his	Ph.D.	in	Economics	at	the	Southern	Illinois	University	Carbondale,	USA,	Dr.Mohd-Pisal	Zainal	
                                                                                                         was	a	full-time	researcher	with	Project	12-Ways	SIUC	at	the	same	university.	Project	12-Ways	SIUC	is	part	of	the	
                                                                                                         Behaviour	Analysis	and	Therapy	Program	of	the	Rehabilitation	Institute	of	the	university.
                                                                                                         His	 teaching	 experience	 included	 serving	 as	 an	 adjunct	 lecturer,	 International	 Institute	 of	 Public	 Policy	 and	
                                                                                                         Management,	University	of	Malaya,	Malaysia	and	Graduate	Tutor	at	Department	of	Health	Care	Professionals,	
                                                                                                         Southern	Illinois	University	Carbondale,	USA.
                                                                                                         Dr.	 Mohd-Pisal	 has	 participated	 and	 presented	 papers	 in	 professional	 meetings	 and	 at	 international	
                                                                                                         conferences	 which	 include	 Midwest	 Economic	 Association	 Annual	 Conference	 in	 Chicago,	 USA;	 Missouri	
                                                                                                         Economic	 Association	 Annual	 Conference	 in	 Kansas	 City,	 USA	 and	 Hawaii	 International	 Conference	 on	
                                                                                                         Business	in	Honolulu,	Hawaii,	USA.
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    Islamic	Economics,	Ethics	and	Governance,	2	November	2009	(Monday)                                              p e                               for	each	module	registered	for!
                                                                                                                                                    	 Fee	is	made	payable	to	Mia-MPdC.
1.	 FULL	NAME	AS	PER	I/C		(Dato’	/	Datin	/	Dr	/	Mr	/	Mrs	/	Ms):                                                                                     	 Fee	includes	course	materials,	two	tea	breaks	and	lunch	per	day.
                                                                                                                                                    	 Admittance	will	only	be	permitted	upon	receipt	of	full	payment.	
                                                                                                                                                       Registration	 made	 by	 fax	 must	 be	 followed	 immediately	 by	
                                                                                                                                                       payment.
	 DESIGNATION:	                                                                                                                                     1	
                                                                                                                                                       Sponsoring	member	is	required	to	indicate	his	name,	designation	
                                                                                                                                                       and	membership	number	in	the	registration	form.	The	sponsored	
                                                                                                                                                       staff	must	report	directly	to	him	in	his	firm	or	company,	but	for	the	
	 MEMBERSHIP	NO.1	:	                                                                                	VEGETARIAN	MEAL	                q	 YES	           latter,	not	in	a	subsidiary	or	related	company.	In	the	absence	of	
                                                                                                                                                       written	information	on	sponsoring,	no	refunds	will	be	applicable	
2.	 FULL	NAME	AS	PER	I/C		(Dato’	/	Datin	/	Dr	/	Mr	/	Mrs	/	Ms):                                                                                        after	confirmation	of	acceptance	of	registration.	
                                                                                                                                                    	 Terms	and	conditions	apply.

                                                                                                                                                                                       Based on the merit
                                                                                                                                                                                        of each applicant
	 DESIGNATION:	

                                                                                                                                                     REGISTRATION	/	ENQUIRY
	 MEMBERSHIP	NO.1	:	                                                                                	VEGETARIAN	MEAL	                q	 YES	         CALL	  :	    Rozline	
                                                                                                                                                     TEL	   :	    03.2279	9361
3.	 FULL	NAME	AS	PER	I/C		(Dato’	/	Datin	/	Dr	/	Mr	/	Mrs	/	Ms):
                                                                                                                                                     FAX	   :	    03.2273	5167
                                                                                                                                                     EMAIL	 :	    mpdc@mia.org.my	
                                                                                                                                                     ADD	 :	      Malaysian	Institute	of	Accountants
                                                                                                                                                     	      	     Dewan	Akauntan		
	 DESIGNATION:	
                                                                                                                                                     	      	     No.	2,	Jalan	Tun	Sambanthan	3	
                                                                                                                                                     	      	     Brickfields,	50470	Kuala	Lumpur
	 MEMBERSHIP	NO.1	:	                                                                                	VEGETARIAN	MEAL	                q	 YES
                                                                                                                                                     TRAINING	VENUE
   ORGANISATION:                                                                                                                                     INCEIF.		Annexe	Block,	Menara	Tun	Razak	
   	                                                                        	                        	                                               Jalan	Raja	Laut,	50350	Kuala	Lumpur
                                                                                                                                                     TIME
   INDUSTRY:	                                                               CONTACT	PERSON:                                                          9.00am	to	5.00pm
                                                                                                                                                     CLOSING	DATE
   ADDRESS:	                                                                	                                                                        One	week	before	the	programme.
                                                                                                                                                     CPE	HOURS
   	                                                                        	                                                                        You	 will	 be	 presented	 with	 a	 Certificate	 of	 Attendance	 upon	
                                                                                                                                                     successful	completion	of	the	programme.	As	for	MIA	members,	
                                                                                                                                                     CPE	hours	will	be	credited	into	the	Membership	System	within	
   E-MAIL:	
                                                                                                                                                     2	weeks	of	the	programme	date.	To	qualify	for	the	CPE	credit	
                                                                                                                                                     hours	and	Certificate	of	Attendance,	participants	are	required	
   TEL:	                                                                    FAX:                                                                     to	attend	the	event	in	full.	
                                                                                                                                                     CANCELLATION
   TOTAL	FEE	:		RM	                                                         CHEQUE	NO.	:                                                             Upon	 registering,	 participant(s)	 are	 considered	 successfully	
                                                                                                                                                     enrolled	in	the	event.	Should	participant(s)	decide	to	cancel	their	
                                                                                                                                                     enrollment;	a	cancellation	fee	will	be	levied.	Written	cancellations	
                                                                                                                                                     received:
                                                                                                                                                     •	 One	 (1)	 week	 before	 the	 event,	 a	 refund	 (less	 an	       	
                                                                                                                                                     	 administrative	charge	of	20%)	will	be	made.
                                                                                                                                                     •	 For	 no-show	 on	 the	 day	 of	 the	 event,	 no	 refund	 will	   	
   SIGNATURE	&	COMPANY	STAMP
                                                                                                                                                     	 be	entertained.
                                                                                                                                                     You	can	substitute	an	alternate	participant(s)	if	you	wish	to	avoid	
   PAYMENT	BY	CREDIT	CARD	                      q	VISA	 q	MASTER	(tick whichever applicable)	            CARD	EXPIRY	DATE:                           cancellation	charges.	Any	difference	in	fee	charges	will	be	charged	
                                                                                                                                                     accordingly.
   CARD	 NO.:	 	 |      |       |       |      | / |        |       |   |       | / |      |    |        |     | / |         |   |       |     |	    Cancelled	unpaid	registrations	will	also	be	liable	for	full	payment	
                                                                                                                                                     of	the	registration	fee.
   CARDHOLDER	NAME	:	                           	               	                                                                                    DISCLAIMER
                                                                                                                                                     Malaysian	 Institute	 of	 Accountants	 (MIA)	 reserves	 the	 right	 to	
   	I	AUTHORISE	PAYMENT	OF	RM		                                                                                                                      change	the	facilitator,	date	and	to	cancel	the	programme	should	
                                                                                                                                                     circumstances	beyond	its	control	arises.	MIA	also	reserves	the	right	
   DATE	:	                                      SIGNATURE	:                                                                                          to	make	alternative	arrangements	without	prior	notice	should	it	
                                                                                                                                                     be	necessary	to	do	so.	Upon	signing	the	registration	form,	you	are	
                                                                                                                                                     deemed	to	have	read	and	accepted	the	terms	and	conditions.
malaysian institute of accountants
dewan akauntan
2, Jalan tun sambanthan 3
50470 kuala lumpur

tel   03.2279 9200
fax   03.2273 5167
web   www.mia.org.my

								
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