The Continuing Professional Sub-Committee of the Johore Bar is organizing a Seminar on Legal Documentation for Islamic Financing: Sale Based Structures.
The Seminar will cover as follows:
- general issues on documentation
- examination of sale based structures – Murabahah and Tawarruq (Commodity Murabahah)
- legal documentation for Murabahah and Tawarruq (Commodity Murabahah)
- relevant BNM Shariah standards
Particulars of the Seminar are as follows:
|Date||5th November 2015 (Thursday)|
|Time||2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. (Registration at 2.00 p.m.)|
|Venue||Level 1, Abdullah A. Rahman Auditorium
Johore Bar Building
No. 5 Jalan Tun Abdul Razak
Susur 1/1 80000 Johor Bahru
|Fees||RM 63.60 for Members of the Johore Bar
RM 31.80 for Pupils-in-Chambers l Law Students
RM 79.50 for law firm staff
(Fees are inclusive of 6% GST)
|CPD code||T3/05112015/JHB/JHB152422/2 (2 CPD points)|
About the Speaker
En. Megat Hizaini Hassan is an advocate and solicitor of the High Court of Malaya. He is a partner at Messrs Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill. He is a member of the Bar Council Islamic Finance Committee and a former lecturer at the International Islamic University Malaysia (“IIUM”).
He graduated with Master of Laws degrees from Harvard University and University of Cambridge, and a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) degree from IIUM. He is a co-author of The Law and Practice of Islamic Banking and Finance (First Edition (2003); Second Edition (2010); Third Edition (2015)); and An Introduction to Islamic and Conventional Corporate Finance (2012), published by Sweet & Maxwell. He has written articles on Islamic banking and finance for several publications.
Registration must be accompanied with payment to guarantee your place and is on a first-come first served basis.
Cash/Cheque should be crossed and made payable to Johore Bar House & Library Fund
Please direct all correspondence (including completed registrations form and proof of payment) to the Johore Bar Secretariat not later than Wednesday, 4th November 2015.
Continuing Professional Development