5TH ASEAN UNIVERSITIES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ISLAMIC FINANCE
“ISSUES. CHALLENGES, AND FUTURE PROSPECT OF ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE’
ASEAN Universities International Conference on Islamic Finance (AICIF) has become a prestige international conference organized by co-organizers among six various universities across ASEAN alternately. The following are the lists of past conferences organized prior to this event:
1st AICIF was held on 6-7 November 2013 by International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM);
2nd AICIF was held on 13-14 November 2014 Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga, Jogjakarta;
3rd AICIF was held on 17-19 November 2015 by Universitas Islam Sultan Agung (UNISSULA), Semarang; and
4th AICIF was held on 6-8 December 2016 by IIUM.
Year 2017 will be the first AICIF held in Brunei Darussalam and Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University (UNISSA) will be hosting this esteemed conference. This conference is also part of UNISSA’s events in celebrating a decade establishment of UNISSA on 1st January 2007.
The objectives to be achieved in this 5th AICIF are:
1. To discuss and analyze the contemporary development on Islamic banking and Finance;
2. To provide recommendations to stakeholders of Islamic banking and finance (academicians,practitioners and policy makers) for the future prospect of Islamic banking and finance; and
3. To strengthen the relationship among the universities in ASEAN countries that offers Islamic finance programme through co-organizing in this conference.
1) Islamic Banking and Capital Market: Islamic Banking and Capital Market; Bank Management and Marketing; and Sukuk Markets.
2. Compliance & Governance of Islamic Financial Institutions (IFIs): Governance of Islamic Financial Institutions; Compliance and Legal Issues; Regulation and Supervision; Resolution; Consumer Protection; and Tax Policy.
3. Money, Payment System and Financial Innovation: Financial Technology and Innovation; Islamic Monetary System; Payment System; Financial Products and Services; Macroprudential Policy; Safety Nets; Financial Inclusion; Monetary Policy; and Fintech.
4. Takaful and Risk Management: Takaful; and Risk Management.
5. Islamic Social Finance: Islamic Social Finance; Microfinance; Islamic Third Sector; Crowdfunding; and Islamic Wealth Management.
6. Human Capital & Education: Public Financial Management; Theories; Case Studies; Human Capital in Islamic Finance; and Islamic Finance Education.
SULTAN SHARIF ALI ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY, NEGARA BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY OF MALAYSIA
UNIVERSITAS ISLAM NEGERI SUNAN KALIJAGA, JOGJAKARTA, INDONESIA
UNIVERSITAS ISLAM SULTAN AGUNG, SEMARANG, INDONESIA
UNIVERSITAS DARUSSALAM GONTOR, INDONESIA
MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY OF PHILIPPINES