DR. SHERIN BINTI KUNHIBAVA
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Lawsherin@um.edu.my
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FINTECH REGULATORY SANDBOXES IN AUSTRALIA AND MALAYSIA: A LEGAL ANALYSIS
Constitutionality of Sections 56 and 57 of the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 2009 - JRI Resources Sdn Bhd v Kuwait Finance House (Malaysia) Bhd,
Corporate Social Responsibilty: Past, Present and Future
Court Referral And Nigeria's Financial Regulation Advisory Council Of Experts
Regulating FinTech Businesses: The Malaysian Experience.
Chapter 5. Regulating FinTech Through Sandboxes: Entering the UK and Malaysian Regulatory Sandbox.
Chapter 16: Islamic Derivatives and Hedging Market
Chapter 12 Shari ah Law: Application in Islamic Banking and Finance
Judicial Dispute resolution in teh Nigerian Islamic Finance Industry: learning From Malaysia and South Africa
Regulatory Sandbox: Malaysia’s Response in Regulating Fintech
Facilitating Innovation and Mitigating Risks through Regulation for Digital Currency Exchanges and Fintech Businesses: The Malaysian Experience
Green Banking for Islamic Banks in Malaysia