1. The Islamic Finance Committee’s main objective is to promote Islamic Finance through various initiatives such as collaborations with relevant stakeholders and regional accountancy bodies.
  2. It aims to promote the adoption of IFRS and the international convergence of standards.
  3. The Committee also aims to support the government’s commitment to promote Islamic Finance to become a significant part of our economy and provide a competitive edge for the country.


  1. To be the single driver within MIA of the whole Islamic Finance (IF) agenda.
  2. To showcase our IF expertise and promote Malaysian accountants’ marketability locally and internationally.
  3. To promote adherence to IFRS and furtherance of the international convergence of standards by working closely with MASB.
  4. To develop the knowledge base on application of IFRS on IF.
  5. To encourage research on IF through collaborations and share findings with stakeholders.


Dato’ Mohd Muazzam Mohamed

Group Chief Executive Officer
Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad


Prof. Dato’ Dr Mohd Azmi Omar

President & Chief Executive Officer
International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF)

Mohamad Faisal Abdul Malik

Managing Partner
Faisal Malik & Co (FMC Group)

Mohd Khaidzir Shahari

Head of Risk Consulting
KPMG Malaysia

Dato’ Haji Mohd Redza Shah Abdul Wahid

Association of Seniors in Islamic Finance (ARIF)

Muhammad Syarizal bin Abdul Rahim

Partner, Islamic Financial Services, Assurance
Ernst & Young PLT

Tuan Haji Nasran Omar

Head, Accounting Division
Ministry of Education

Prof. Dato’ Dr Norman Mohd Saleh

Pro-Vice Chancellor, Strategic & Corporate Development
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

Sharifatul Hanizah Said Ali

Executive Director, Islamic Capital Market Development
Securities Commission Malaysia (SC)