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22 May | Friday
Higher Shari’ah Authority at CBUAE hosts 2nd meeting of Centralised Shari’ah Authorities

ABU DHABI, 21st May, 2020 (WAM) -- The Higher Shari’ah Authority at the Central Bank of the UAE, CBUAE, has hosted the 2nd meeting of the Centralised Shari’ah Authorities to discuss the economic implications of COVID-19 pandemic and the different measures and resolutions undertaken by the Centralised Shari’ah Authorities to mitigate its effects.
 
The meeting was held via a recent video conference and was chaired by His Eminence Sheikh Dr. Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Al Haddad, Chairman of the Higher Shari’ah Authority. It was attended by more than 40 participants from the members of the Centralised Shari’ah Authorities from Kingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Malaysia, and Indonesia in addition to members of the Authority.
The meeting was also attended by the Islamic Finance Infrastructure Organisations including representatives of the Shari’ah board of the Islamic Development Bank, the Secretary General of the General Council for Islamic Banks and Financial Institutions, CIBAFI, the Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre in addition to Senior Officials from both the Accounting and Auditing Authority for Financial Institutions, AAOIFI, and the Islamic Financial Services Board.ABU DHABI, 21st May, 2020 (WAM) -- The Higher Shari’ah Authority at the Central Bank of the UAE, CBUAE, has hosted the 2nd meeting of the Centralised Shari’ah Authorities to discuss the economic implications of COVID-19 pandemic and the different measures and resolutions undertaken by the Centralised Shari’ah Authorities to mitigate its effects.
 
The meeting was held via a recent video conference and was chaired by His Eminence Sheikh Dr. Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Al Haddad, Chairman of the Higher Shari’ah Authority. It was attended by more than 40 participants from the members of the Centralised Shari’ah Authorities from Kingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Malaysia, and Indonesia in addition to members of the Authority.
 
The meeting was also attended by the Islamic Finance Infrastructure Organisations including representatives of the Shari’ah board of the Islamic Development Bank, the Secretary General of the General Council for Islamic Banks and Financial Institutions, CIBAFI, the Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre in addition to Senior Officials from both the Accounting and Auditing Authority for Financial Institutions, AAOIFI, and the Islamic Financial Services Board.

source: Emirates News Agency
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