Hafizuddin-Syah B.A.M

Hafizuddin-Syah B.A.M
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia | ukm ·  Faculty of Economics and Management

BBA (Finance), Master of Risk Management, Doctor of Business Administration

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This study examines the relationship between the mandatory adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and the disclosures of corporate risk among non-financial firms in Saudi Arabia. Based on the observation of 320 firm-year from 2015 until 2017, this study reveals a positive relationship between the mandatory adoption of IFRS a...
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Purpose This study aims to assess enterprise risk management (ERM) practices in waqf institutions (WIs) along with their strengths and weaknesses; highlight ERM trends in WIs; and determine the best ERM practices for these institutions. Design/methodology/approach Data were collected via structured interviews with nine WI managers in Malaysia. A s...
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Purpose Participation in micro-family takāful plans amongst low-income earners remains low despite the various initiatives promoted by the Malaysian Government. Therefore, this study aims to conduct an in-depth examination on the indicators of having micro-takaful tafakul in Malaysia. Design/methodology/approach Questionnaires were distributed to...
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This study examines the effect of political connections (PCONS) on firms’ disclosure of forward-looking information choices in the context of developing countries. Using multivariate regression of panel data comprising 360 firmyear observations of non-financial firms listed on Bursa Malaysia between years 2014 and 2017, PCONS are found to be positi...
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Research Aims - This study aims to identify the effect of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) on Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) performance. Design/methodology/approach - This study employed a multiple regression analysis. SME performance was treated as dependent variable, whereas ERM was the independent variable. Research Findings - Multiple reg...
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Takaful Dinamik Berhad (TDB) is one of the leading takaful companies in Malaysia. Yusof bin Ahmad purchased one of its products, the investment-linked takaful plan, five years ago. He had dutifully paid all his contributions (i.e., premium) since the policy was enforced. Sadly, Yusof was diagnosed with a Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis disea...
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Polisi takaful yang berkonsepkan takaful mikro sudah lama diperkenalkan di Malaysia. Rasional kepada pembangunan konsep takaful mikro ialah untuk memastikan setiap lapisan masyarakat di Malaysia mampu memiliki perlindungan takaful, khususnya mereka yang berpendapatan rendah seperti B40. Namun begitu, pemilikan perlindungan takaful atau insurans dal...
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This study aims to identify the demographic characteristics affecting the level of understanding of education takaful plan. The data was collected through questionnaires from 145 respondents in Klang Valley, Malaysia, which chosen based on the convenience sampling technique. Results from the independent sample t-test and one-way ANOVA showed that f...
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Enterprise risk management (ERM) manages risk in a holistic manner thus improves the traditional risk approach. Due to the potential increase in overhead costs, only firms with strong financial performance could afford to implement ERM; which is still a debatable issue. This study examines the effect of high-performance organization (HPO) on ERM im...
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This study aims to analyze the determinants of policy lapse of family’s takaful in Malaysia by examining the demographic characteristics of policyholders and the family takaful policy itself. The policy could lapse due to several reasons such as failing to make payment within the prescribed period, converting to a better policy, financial pressure...
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Malaysia is the world second largest palm oil producer with 17.4 million tonnes palm oil produced in 2016. The production is for both domestic and export which contribute towards country's income and economic growth. Despite the significant contribution to the economy, being one of the plantation sectors, Malaysian palm oil has been criticized by t...
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As the second largest palm oil producer in the world, Malaysian palm oil industry has contributed significantly to the national GDP. However, this industry has been under criticism for serious deforestation and open burning activities, which obviously opposing to the objective of the oil palm Good Agricultural Practice on zero burning. As a result,...
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This paper aims to examine the relationship between ERM and firm value in Malaysia. In the past literature, ERM had been argued to increase firm value but empirical evidence shows mixed and inconclusive results. Using sample from 2004 to 2012, this paper furthers the analysis on the relationship between ERM and firm performance among technology fir...
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Subject area Islamic Finance and Investment Study level/applicability Level of program/audience: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate. Courses Intermediate and Advanced Finance, Economics, Islamic Economics & Finance, Islamic Banking & Finance, Islamic Capital Market and other relevant courses. Specifictopics/syllabus Capital markets instrume...
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This paper aims to examine the relationship between ERM and firm performance of public listed firms in the main board of Bursa Malaysia. In the past literature, ERM is argued to increase firm value but empirical evidence shows mix and inconclusive results. Using sample from 2004 to 2012, this study further the analysis on the ERM and firm performan...
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The outstanding and enormous growth of sukuk industry has stood as an alternative for conventional bonds and sukuk have been massively used in financing for the last ten years. The Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI) has classified sukuk in 14 different categories but sukuk ijarah are chosen as they are...
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Sukuk have become increasingly popular as a feasible and viable shariah-compliant long-term financing instrument. Being the leader in sukuk market, Malaysia is committed to evolve its financial services sector to serve the needs of businesses and consumers, as well as to increase its appeal in the regional and global market shares of selected niche...

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