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External Asessor (BIFB)

External Asessor (BIFB)

EXTERNAL ASESSOR OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

ISLAMIC FINANCE AND BANKING BACHELOR OF ISLAMIC FINANCE & BANKING (BIFB)

HUMAYON

DR. HUMAYON DAR

Professor Humayon Dar is Chairman, President & CEO of Edbiz Consulting Limited, a London-based Islamic financial consulting firm and has joined INCEIF as Adjunct Professor beginning January 2012. He is also a leading spokesman for the Islamic financial services industry, and has played lead roles in a number of global initiatives for the development of Islamic finance. As an Islamic financial innovator, he has helped a number of banks and financial institutions in developing cutting-edge products such as Islamic derivatives and structured products, Shari'a compliant short selling and structuring of Islamic hedge funds. His most recent contribution to the Islamic financial industry is the first-ever Islamic Socially Responsible Investing – SRI – screening methodology. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Global Islamic Finance Report – an annual publication he has founded and whose third issue is due to come out at the end of March 2012. He is also Editor-in-Chief of Islamic Finance Review (ISFIRE) – a quarterly magazine published by Edbiz Consulting from London.

Professor Dar holds a BSc (Hons) and MSc (both in Islamic Economics) from International Islamic University in Islamabad, where he studied with a number of top Islamic jurists and Muslim thinkers. He also has an MPhil and PhD (both in Economics) from Cambridge University, where he conducted research on Islamic finance. His post-doctoral research has focused exclusively on Islamic economics, banking and finance. Professor Dar also sits on the Board of Directors of Arab British Chamber of Commerce – a high-level body supported by the British government and the government of the Arab countries. He also sits on Shari'a Boards of several institutions, including Hong Leong Islamic Bank, Allianz Global Investors, Sharia UMEX and many more.

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

Humayon A. Dar, John R. Presley (1999) "Islamic finance: a Western perspective" International Journal of Islamic Financial Services 1(1).

Humayon A. Dar, John R. Presley (2000) "Lack of profit loss sharing in Islamic finance: management and control imbalances" International Journal of Islamic Financial Services 2(2).

Humayon A. Dar, Maximilian J. B. Hall Dadang Muljawan (2001) "A strategic design of Islamic banking regulations" Middle East Business and Economic Review 13 (2), 28 – 38.

Humayon A. Dar, John R Presley (2001) "The Gulf Co-operation Council: a slow path to integration?" The World Economy 24 (9), 1161 – 1178.

Humayon A. Dar (2002) 'Islamic house financing in the United Kingdom: problems, challenges and prospects' Review of Islamic Economics 12 (Winter).

Humayon A. Dar, Maximilian J. B. Hall, Dadang Muljawan (2003) "An empirical analysis of credit migration in Indonesian banking" Journal of International Banking and Regulation 5(2), 147 – 52.

Dadang Muljawan, Humayon A. Dar, Maximilian J. B. Hall (2004) "A capital adequacy framework for Islamic banks: the need to reconcile depositors' risk aversion with managers' risk taking" Applied Financial Economics 14 (6), 429 – 441.

Humayon A. Dar (2004) "On making human development more humane" International Journal of Social Economics 31(11/12), 1071 – 88.

M. Adnan Aziz, Humayon A. Dar (2006) "Predicting corporate bankruptcy: where we stand?" Corporate Governance 6(1), 18 – 33.

Mauro Boianovsky, Humayon Dar, John R. Presley, Pablo Brañas Garza (2006) "Cambridge and the Spanish connection: the contribution of Germán Bernácer" History of Political Economy 38(3):407-436.

Ali A. Tariq, Humayon Dar (2007) "Risk of Sukuk structures: implications for resource mobilisation" Thunderbird International Business Review 49(2), 203 – 23.

Books or contribution to Books

Co-authored with John R. Presley a chapter entitled "The Gulf Co-operation Council: a slow path to integration?"(chapter 5) in Chris Milner and Peter J. Lloyd (2002) The World Economy: Global Trade Policy 2001 Blackwell Publishing.

Co-authored with John R. Presley a chapter entitled "Islamic banking" (chapter 8) in Andrew W. Mullineux and Victor Murinde (2003) Handbook of International Banking Edward Elgar Publishing.

Authored a chapter entitled "Islamic home financing" in Munawar Iqbal and Rodney Wilson (2006) Islamic Perspectives on Wealth Creation Edinburg University Press.

Authored a chapter entitled "Incentive compatibility of Islamic financing" in M. Kabir Hassan and Mervyn K. Lewis (2007) Handbook of Islamic Banking Edward Elgar Publishing.

Humayon Dar "Shari'a Compliant Private Equity Investments", in C. Ameer (2008) Islamic Alternative Investments – A Guide to Managing and Investing Shari'a Compliant Private Equity, Real Estate and Hedge Fund. London: PEI Media.

Humayon Dar and Omar Moghul (2009) Sharia and Legal Aspects of Islamic Finance. Chancellor Publications.

Humayon Dar and Talha Ahmad (2010) Global Islamic Finance Report. A BMB Islamic Publication.

Humayon Dar and Talha Ahmad (2011) Global Islamic Finance Report. A BMB Islamic Publication.

Humayon Dar (2012) Global Islamic Finance Report. An Edbiz Consulting Publication (forthcoming).

Humayon Dar (2012) Shari'a and Finance. An Edbiz Consulting Publication (forthcoming).