Chapter 1: Introduction to Islamic Banking. Chapter 2: The Religious Foundations of Islamic Banking. Chapter 3: Prohibition of Riba and Gharar in Islamic Banking. Chapter 4: Islamic Contracts. Chapter 5: Islamic Deposits in Practice. Chapter 6:Islamic Financing in Practice. Chapter 7: Comparative Analysis: Islamic Banking Products and Services in Different Countries. Chapter 8: Information Technology in Islamic Banks. Chapter 9: Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks. Chapter 10: Islamic Capital Market. Chapter 11: Takaful. Chapter 12: Islamic Wealth Management.â
Dr Nafis Alam is an Associate Professor of Finance at Henley Business School, University of Reading Malaysia. His research is focused on banking regulation, corporate finance, Islamic banking & finance and financial intermediation. He has co-authored five books in Islamic Finance, including an Encyclopedia of Islamic Finance. Lokesh Gupta has 17 years of experience in Financial Solution Consulting and Implementation. Currently, he is involved in Asset Liability Management, Basel III, Reporting Data Mart Development, as well as Remittance & Payments Solution implementations in South East Asia region. He has co-authored four books in Islamic Finance and has published papers in various magazines. Professor Bala Shanmugam is an academic advisor to FedUni, Malaysia, as well as Adjunct Professor at Asia e University, Malaysia. Professor Shanmugam has extensive industry experience and has served as Consultant to many Financial Institutions, including the World Bank. He is also on the Editorial Boards of various journals in Banking and Finance domain.