Registered Shariah Advisers
Shariah adviser means a person or a company approved and registered by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) as a Shariah adviser.
Shariah advisers play an important role in ensuring and maintaining public confidence in the Islamic Capital Market industry. Therefore, any institution intending to issue any Islamic financial instruments shall appoint Shariah advisers to ensure that the range of products and services offered by market participants are in accordance with Shariah rules and principles.

The SC may register or renew the registration of registered Shariah advisers subject to the applicant satisfying the criteria set out in the Registration of Shariah Advisers Guidelines.

The Registration of Shariah Advisers Guidelines is issued by the SC under section 377 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007.
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