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Professor Dr. Muhammad Ayub

Professor

Education​​

  • PhD Islamic finance, FMS, Riphah International University, Islamabad with course work at INCEIF, KL, Malaysia
  • Masters: Economics, Islamic Studies, Arabic,
  • Bachelor degree in Law [LLB]
  • Diplomaed Associate of the Institute of Bankers, Pakistan (DAIBP).
  • Graduation from Religious Madrasa (1972)

Publications

  • Conference papers that Won first position:

    • Ayub, M., Saba, I., & Kamran, S. (2022). Revisiting the conceptual and the operational frameworks for Sharīʿah governance of the Islamic banks. IBA CEIF World Islamic Finance Forum (WIFF). Retrieved from https://ir.iba.edu.pk/wiff/2022/agenda/3

    • Evolving monetary economics in Islamic perspective, 6th International Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance (IIMEFC) 2020 the Central Bank of Indonesia, Got 1000 US Dollar prize, published in the Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and

 

 

1

The role of Shari’ah Scholars in IFIs today and in the

Future

‘Alim- The Shariah Scholars Journal; Quarterly, WARRAQ FINANCE Publishing House,-Switzerland, Bahrain, UK; Vol 1; Issue 1, 2011

2

Difference between Interest and Trade Profit

Alim- The Shariah Scholars Journal; Quarterly, Vol. 1; Issue 2, 1st Quarter 2012.

3

True Spirit of Islamic Banking

MANAGER TODAY; Leading Edge, Lahore; Vol. 2; Issue. IX; Aug-Sep,

2010

4

Islamic banking in Pakistan:

Time to Assess the Achievements

Journal of Islamic Banking & Finance, Karachi, January-March. 2009

5

Corporate Finance decisions in Islamic Finance

Framework

Islamic Finance Today; Colombo, Sri Lanka, January – March 2009

6

Islamic banking in Pakistan: Time to Assess the

Achievements

Journal of Islamic Banking & Finance, Karachi, January-March. 2009

7

True Spirit of Islamic Banking

MANAGER TODAY; Leading Edge, Lahore; Vol. 2; Issue. IX; Aug-Sep, 2010

8

Financial Engineering – Some New Trends

Islamic Finance Today; Colombo, Sri Lanka, September, 2008

9

Overview of the Judgment of Supreme Court of Pakistan

on Riba

Journal of the Institute of Bankers, Pakistan; December 2000.

10

Can Banks Survive without Interest?

State Bank News – August, 2003

11

Takaful – An Alternative to

Insurance

State Bank News – September, 2003

12

Derivatives and Islamic Finance

State Bank News – April, 2004

13

Role of Commercial Banks in Mobilizing Savings in

Pakistan

Journal of the Institute of Bankers in Pakistan, September, 1994 pp: 75-105.

14

Usury-Free Banking in Iran

Journal of the Institute of Bankers in Pakistan, June, 1994 pp: 25-37

15

“Role of Islamic Development Bank in Promoting Economic Cooperation Among OIC

member States”

Pakistan & Gulf Economist, Karachi, Dec. 12-18, 1991 to Feb. 1-7, 1992

16

Financial Instruments Confirming to Shariah

Journal of Institute of Bankers in Pakistan, Karachi, September, 1993 pp: 31-66

17

Review of Measures taken to

Islamize the Financial System in Pakistan.

Journal of Islamic Banking & Finance, Karachi, July-Sept. 1994, pp:7-24

 

Contact

UAN: 033-11-000-111,
UAN Lahore: 042-111-747-424