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External Audit and Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks

Abdelgadir Banaga

External Audit and Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks

A Joint Practitioner-Academic Research Study (Avebury Series in Philosophy)

by Abdelgadir Banaga

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Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banking,
  • Islamic studies,
  • Banks & Banking,
  • Auditing,
  • Banks And Banking,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12004909M
    ISBN 101856284417
    ISBN 109781856284417

    Most known relevant publications are those issued by Basel Committee on Corporate Governance principles for banks, and publication issued by the (OECD). It is worth mentioning that QCB has issued guidelines on corporate governance in Instructions to Banks book, and guidelines on corporate governance for financial institutions in checklist is not exhaustive, and the audit team should review and update it regularly, based on lessons learned. Reporting the Results of an Internal Audit An internal auditor should report directly to the Board of Directors and not to the Director or the senior management .

    Corporate Governance and Sustainability Reporting Practices:The Moderating Role of Internal Audit Function mostly focused external audit function. into the relationship between a firm's. in its green paper on corporate governance in financial institutions and remuneration policies, making greater use of external experts on a thematic basis, as part of supervisors’ overall This ‘Audit of banks: lessons from the crisis’ project follows up on the work of the UK House of.

    useful tool to improve corporate governance in companies whose shares are not publicly traded. While some of the Principles may be more appropriate for larger than for smaller companies, poli cymakers may wish to raise awareness of good corporate governance . The Islamic Finance section has been contributed by law firm Winston & Strawn London LLP; it provides an overview of the UK regulatory and tax framework for Islamic finance, requirements for Islamic banks and takaful operators to operate and Shari'a-compliant products and transactions. Corporate Governance Practices in Islamic Banks


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External Audit and Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks by Abdelgadir Banaga Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. External audit and corporate governance in Islamic banks: a joint practitioner-academic research study. [Abdelgadir Banaga; Graham H Ray; Cyril Tomkins] -- This work establishes the need for accounting and auditing standards for Islamic banks and other institutions.

After a review of the development of such standards in the West, it is concluded that a. Through an effective treatment of each of these elements, and the way that they interact with one another, the book offers a fresh take on how robust sharī'ah governance of Islamic banks can be successfully accomplished.

It is a comprehensive resource for academics, regulators, directors, lawyers, auditors, consultants, employees, and. Chapter 9 External Auditors' Roles and Responsibilities INTRODUCTION EXTERNAL AUDITING AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE EXTERNAL AUDITOR RESPONSIBILITIES AUDITOR COMPETENCY AUDIT FAILURES AND AUDIT QUALITY PUBLIC COMPANY ACCOUNTING OVERSIGHT BOARD AUDIT COMMITTEE - Selection from Corporate Governance and Ethics [Book].

INTERNAL AUDITING’S ROLE IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Introduction The word governance has become a staple of the boardroom and C-suite lexicon, but just what governance is c an sometimes become muddled. At its core, governance simply is the amalgam of processes and structures designed to help the organization achieve its objectives.

The focus in P7 is on the impact that corporate governance principles and practice can have on the audit process, and this article explores some of these issues. Basic principles of corporate governance – a reminder. Corporate governance is the system by which organisations are directed and controlled.

on Improving Corporate Governance of Banks in the Middle East and North Africa Policy Brief on Improving Corporate Governance of Banks in the Middle East and North Africa Policy Brief on Improving Corporate Governance of Banks in the Middle East and North .English, Book edition: External audit and corporate governance in Islamic banks: a joint practitioner-academic research study / Abdelgadir Banaga, Graham.

Regulations re Liquidity at Banks Circular Number 33/ OPEN DOWNLOAD. Financial reporting and external audit Financial Reporting and External Audit Regulation UAE Basel II-Guidelines for Banks Corporate Governance Guidelines Bank Provisions Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

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governance. Only inBanaga, et al. published a book entitled External Audit and Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks, A Joint Practitioner-Academic Research Study. Another study was carried out by Chapra and Ahmed () where they produced a book.

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Besides the external SSB Islamic financial institutions set up an internal sharia review (Sharia Compliance Islamic banks in these countries may establish Sharia Boards but there is no legal and the Green Book on Corporate Governance for Financial Institutes from The Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions(AAOIFI) is an Islamic international autonomous non-for-profit corporate body that prepares accounting, auditing, governance, ethics and Shari’a standards for Islamic financial institutions and the industry.

The topics discussed in this book cover various issues in Shariah governance and assurance ranging in different sectors such as Islamic banking, Islamic capital market, Islamic social finance and.

BNM/RH/GL__3 Islamic Banking and Takaful Department Shariah Governance Framework for Islamic Financial Institutions Page 1/48 PART 1: OVERVIEW 1. Introduction Shariah principles are the foundation for the practice of Islamic finance through the observance of the tenets, conditions and principles espoused by Shariah.

Downloadable. This paper is one of few papers that highlight the importance of studying corporate governance for institutions offering Islamic financial services. The book is of value in describing governance in Islamic institutions and how there are many issues under the investigation process, especially issues related to the shari‘a Supervisory board and its functionality.

This module focuses on the characteristics of public firms, management of different stakeholders, and corporate social responsibility. It also describes various mechanisms of corporate governance used to mitigate agency problems and align managerial action with stakeholder (particularly shareholder) goals.

IFSB Principles of Corporate Governance for Islamic Banks Adapting the External Audit to Specific Circumstances and Needs Contents xi. xiii Risk Analysis for Islamic Banks. Risk Analysis for Islamic Banks.

Hennie van Greuning. Zamir Iqbal. The,: and ((,). Corporate governance is the core element of our publishing and research. We aspire to develop corporate governance values by uniting the efforts of academics and practitioners around the acutest problems of corporate governance.

The performance and accountability of boards of directors and effectiveness of governance mechanisms continue to be a matter of concern. Focusing on differences between conventional banks and Islamic banks, we examine the effect of (i) Shari’ah supervision boards, (ii) board structure and (iii) CEO-power on performance during the period –Cited by: This paper is one of few papers that highlight the importance of studying corporate governance for institutions offering Islamic financial services.

The book is of value in describing governance in Islamic institutions and how there are many issues under the investigation process, especially issues related to the shari‘a Supervisory board and Author: Hussein Elasrag.Factors affecting the quality of Auditing: The Case of Jordanian Commercial Banks -KhaddashHusam Al Professor of Accounting Hashemite University, Zarqa, Jordan there has been considerable dissatisfaction with the effectiveness of corporate governance, the quality of the audit process and the roles of auditors and auditing.

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