21.08.2012 - Islamic finance body plans scholar accreditation
A fledgling industry body of Islamic scholars wants to develop a global code of ethics and a professional development program for scholars, in order to improve standards in the industry, its president said. The Malaysian-based Association of Shariah Advisers in Islamic Finance (Asas), set up in April last year, plans this year to launch a test for the financial literacy of scholars, and ask its members to sign up to a code of ethics; if they break the code, they may be reprimanded by Asas...............................................Full Article: Source
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