Aisha Mubarak – Solicitor & Advocate at Aisha Mubarak & Co. Aisha speaks on the challenges lawyers face when taking up waqf cases. She points most of the cases related to waqf in Malaysia are on ownership challenged by inheritors. She explains the current process of registering waqf property under Trust laws leaving a lot […]
Dr. Mohar Yusof – Siti Maya Professorial Chair in Family Business – UNIRAZAKAs a family business expert, he says 70% of business are family owned in Malaysia who are active in making and giving waqf for society. He speaks on the four essential principles of waqf and what do Muslim families in business wanting to make […]
Dr. Mohad Yaziz Bin Mohd Isa Humanistic Economy is the human psychology of economy. It is based on twin principles of humans and shared ownership of wealth by people. The Islamic concept of wealth is similar in that it does not belong to humans and rather to Allah (SWT) and its one’s effort to earn […]
Prof. Emer. Dr. Barjoyai Graduate School of Business UNIRAZAK The 4.0 economy will affect the service and finance by the migration to virtual world. Next move will remove the payment system from credit economy like Alipay to virtual currency. We will no longer use fiat or credit but cryptocurrency that will not be governed by any […]
Dr Magda Mohin – Associate Professor at INCIEF speaks about the importance of giving waqf in Islam from the earliest times as a perpetual reward beyond death for a person. It is truly a gift of God to mankind.she says. In the interview, she clarifies the meaning and type of waqf, the challenges in making […]
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In order to gain a better insight on Waqf, its practices in Maldives and the role Fintech could play in the future of Waqf Development, Finterra interviewed Dr. Aishath Muneeza, Chairperson of Maldives Center for Islamic Finance.