Muhammad Ridhwan Ab. Aziz, PhD is the Associate Professor at Faculty of Economics and Muamalat, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM). He received his first degree in Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons.) from the University of Malaya in 2001 and a Master's degree in Islamic Studies in 2008, specializing in Islamic Banking. In 2011, he was awarded a doctoral degree in Islamic Banking, also from the University of Malaya. His area of expertise is in the field of Islamic banking and finance, Islamic commercial law, Islamic money and capital market as well as Islamic financial institutions.
Until now, he has published several books namely Agriculture in Islam: From the Perspective of Economics, Banking & Finance (UTM Press Publisher), Introduction to Islamic Institutions in Economics and Finance (USIM Press), Islamic Banking and Finance in Malaysia: System, Issues and Challenges (USIM Press), The Principles and Practices of Islamic Banking and Takaful in Malaysia (USIM Press), Islamic Financial Services: History and Practices (USIM Press), The Fundamentals of Islamic Financial Institutions and Markets (USIM Press) and Essential Foundations of Islamic Money and Capital Market (USIM Press).
Author: Muhammad Ridhwan Ab Aziz
Islamic Commercial Law (Fiqh Muamalat): Theory and Application of Selected Contracts provides fundamental understanding on Islamic Commercial Law or Fiqh Muamalat in order to highlight the theory and application of the selected contracts in the Islamic financial institutions. The book includes a range of topics such as wadiah and wakalah, hibah and ‘ariyah, kafalah and hawalah, al-Jua’lah and al-Sabq, ar-Rahn and al-Qard, al-Shuf’ah and al-Sulh, waqf, luqatah and prohibited earnings, hybrid contracts as well as wasiyyah and mirath. This book tries to introduce a true picture of muamalat contracts applied by various Islamic financial institutions, allowing its practical application by all. This book is suitable for college and university students, academician, practitioner and the general public who are interested in obtaining basic theory and application of Islamic commercial law contracts in this country and worldwide.