In conjunction with Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad’s 30 years anniversary (Bank Islam was established in 1983), the kind bank decided to release this useful book of knowledge of the various structures they have in the Bank for the public. Perhaps produced as a gesture for publicity and a bit of chest-thumping, but it is a useful insight on the mechanism that the bank use in its day-to-day operations. And it is written is simple language and illustrated to provide simple understanding, it can be a useful reference to new learners of Islamic Banking contracts and structures.
Have a read and you can get valuable insights on the simplicity of Islamic banking products and services.
Note: This booklet is written prior to the introduction of the Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 (IFSA 2013) so while some of the terminologies may now differ, conceptually I do not see any significant variations to the structures now prevalent in the market.
Download your copy of the Application of Shariah Contracts in Islamic Banking Products and Services (2013) here or on the picture above.