Centre for Islamic Finance Law and Communities
The research agenda focuses on various areas of Islamic banking and finance and priority research topics are proposed by the advisory committee. The research topics we currently support include the following:
- Sukok performance
- Islamic microfinance and development
- Financial performance of Islamic finance institutions
- Social responsibility and Islamic finance
Research chair and associates initiative
Under the direction of the Dean, the Centre will establish one Research Chair and two associates to support and develop the research output of the centre. The Chairs will operate in line with the key strategic areas of the Centre.
Islamic Finance Network
The Centre is developing a worldwide network of professional people, peer organisations and role players in the Islamic finance industry, in order to carry out its activities in an efficient and effective manner.
Open lectures and seminars
The Centre provides open lectures, delivered by professionals and academics, that provide Islamic banking solutions to financial institutions across the world. These events also bring together internal and external stakeholders, to pursue their joint interests in Islamic banking and finance.