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SALIHIN Shariah Advisory is a registered Shariah Adviser with the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC). As a registered Shariah Adviser, we advise on all Shariah-based products and services regulated by the SC and qualified to be appointed as a Shariah adviser. It is essential to ensure Shariah compliance to the core. With our finest shariah expertise, we assist in the following areas:
Leveraging on its experienced international and local Shariah advisers as well as drawing on the global knowledge and resources of SALIHIN member firms, SALIHIN Shariah Advisory provides advisory and others services to ensuring Shariah compliance with ease and professionalism. We internalise and implement human governance in accordance with Shariah values to deliver excellent services. As a Shariah driven advisory firm, we go beyond conventional approaches to help organisations and individuals create sustainable and meaningful value.
SALIHIN is dedicated to protecting the confidentiality and privacy of information entrusted to it. As part of this fundamental obligation, SALIHIN is committed to the appropriate protection and use of personal data that has been collected through its web sites or events, conferences, seminars or talks organized or sponsored by SALIHIN, client service teams or other marketing and communication channels from time to time. Generally, our intent is to collect only the personal data that is provided voluntarily by visitors to our web sites or attendees to events, conferences, seminars or talks organized or sponsored by SALIHIN so that we can communicate with you to offer information and/or services to those individuals or offer information about employment opportunities. Please review this Privacy Statement to learn more about how we collect, use, share and protect the personal data that we have obtained.
Collection and use of personal data
We obtain personal data about you (includes but not limited to your name, designation, company name, National Registration Identification Number, postal address, telephone number, email address, fax number) if you choose to provide it — for example, to contact mailboxes, to enquire or to register for certain services or events. In some cases, you may have previously provided your personal data to SALIHIN (if, for example, you are an applicant for a position with SALIHIN or former employee). By registering and/or submitting personal data to us or if you were an attendee or participant in events, conferences, seminars or talks organized or sponsored by SALIHIN or attendee in meetings with our SALIHIN personnel, you are also agreeing to the use of such data in accordance with this Privacy Statement. Your personal data is not used for other purposes, unless we obtain your permission, or unless otherwise required or permitted by law or professional standards. For example, if you send us an email message requesting information about SALIHIN, we will use your email address and other information you supply to respond to your request and communicate to your events or details or send you newsletters about SALIHIN services which we believe may be of interest to you. If you send us a resume or curriculum vitae (CV) to apply for a position with SALIHIN, we will use the information that you provide to match you with available SALIHIN job opportunities.
SALIHIN generally collects only the personal data necessary to fulfil your request. Where additional, optional information is sought, you will be notified of this at the point of collection. SALIHIN only collects "sensitive" personal data when the relevant individuals voluntarily provide us with this information or where such information is required or permitted to be collected by law or professional standards. Sensitive personal data includes personal information regarding a person’s political beliefs, trade union membership, religious or similar beliefs, physical or mental health, sexual life or criminal record. Please use your discretion when providing sensitive information to SALIHIN, and under any circumstances, do not provide sensitive information to SALIHIN, unless you thereby consent to SALIHIN 's use of that information for its legitimate business purposes and consent to the transfer and storage of such information to and in SALIHIN databases. If you have any questions about whether the provision of sensitive information to SALIHIN is, or may be, necessary or appropriate for particular purposes, please contact SALIHIN at the address indicated below.
Automatic collection of personal data on websites
In some instances, SALIHIN automatically collects certain types of information when you visit our web sites and through emails that we may exchange. Automated technologies may include the use of web server logs to collect IP addresses, "cookies", and web beacons. The collection of this information will allow us to better understand and improve the performance, usability and effectiveness of SALIHIN web sites and to measure effectiveness of our marketing activities.
An IP address is a number assigned to your computer whenever you access the internet. It allows computers and servers to recognise and communicate with one another. IP addresses from which visitors appear to originate may be recorded for IT security and system diagnostic purposes. This information may also be used in aggregate form to conduct web site trend and performance analysis.
A web beacon is a small image file on a web page that can be used to collect certain information from your computer, such as an IP address, the time the content was viewed, a browser type, and the existence of cookies previously set by the same server. SALIHIN only uses web beacons in accordance with applicable laws. SALIHIN or its service providers may use web beacons to track the effectiveness of third party web sites that provide us with recruiting or marketing services or to gather aggregate visitor statistics and manage cookies. You have the option to render some web beacons unusable by rejecting their associated cookies. The web beacon may still record an anonymous visit from your IP address but cookie information will not be recorded. In some of our newsletters and other communications, we may confirm a recipient’s email address through embedded links within the messages. We collect this information to gauge user interest and to enhance future user experiences.
Sharing and transfer of personal data
We do not share personal data with unaffiliated third parties, except as necessary for our legitimate professional and business needs, to carry out your requests, and/or as required or permitted by law or professional standards. In some instances, SALIHIN may also share personal data about you with our third-party service providers working on our behalf to help fulfil your requests. SALIHIN may also disclose personal data in connection with the sale, assignment, or other transfer of the business of the site to which the data relates, in order to respond to requests of government or law enforcement agencies or where this is required by applicable laws, court orders, or government regulations. These disclosures may also be needed for data privacy or security audits and/or to investigate or respond to a complaint or security threat. SALIHIN does not sell personal data to any third parties. Also, SALIHIN will not transfer the personal data you provide to any third parties for their own direct marketing use.
SALIHIN understands the importance of protecting children's privacy, especially in an online environment. In particular, our web sites are not intentionally designed for or directed at children under the age of 13. It is our policy never to knowingly collect or maintain information about anyone under the age of 13, except as part of an engagement to provide professional services.
If you have submitted personal data to SALIHIN, under most circumstances you have the right to reasonable access to that data to correct any inaccuracies. You can also make a request to update or remove information about you by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will make all reasonable and practical efforts to comply with your request, so long as it is consistent with applicable law and professional standards.
Data security and integrity
SALIHIN has reasonable security policies and procedures in place to protect personal data from unauthorized loss, misuse, alteration, or destruction. Despite SALIHIN’s best efforts, however, security cannot be absolutely guaranteed against all threats. To the best of our ability, access to your personal data is limited to those who have a need to know. Those individuals who have access to the data are required to maintain the confidentiality of such information. We also make reasonable efforts to retain personal data only for so long as the information is necessary to comply with an individual’s request or until that person asks that the information be deleted.
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Changes to this policy
SALIHIN may modify this Privacy Statement from time to time to reflect our current privacy practices. When we make changes to this statement, we will revise the “updated” date at the top of this page. We encourage you to periodically review this Privacy Statement to be informed about how SALIHIN is protecting your information.
Policy questions and enforcement
SALIHIN is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal data. If you have questions or comments about our administration of your personal data, please contact us at email@example.com. You may also use this address to communicate any concerns you may have regarding compliance with our Privacy Statement.
Throughout this web site, “SALIHIN,” “we,” “our,” and “us” refers to SALIHIN, a firm established under Malaysian law.
We provide conferences and seminar, and offers opportunity to be introduced to several Islamic Finance experts and allowed to build network with others who work in Islamic Finance field. The certified trainer will provide a magnitude of usable content regarding Islamic Finance.
We are hired to plan and execute some company meetings and special events especially in Islamic Finance field. It also include the training conducted by us to other participants. We able to prioritize on tasks and execute it in both creativity and flexibility
Conferences & Seminars
Achieving a high standard of audit quality builds trust and confidence in the audit profession.
The quality of audit engagement has been a great concern among various stakeholders in recent past. Regulators, standard setters, profession bodies have been putting in place difference frameworks from one time to the other in ensuring the achievement of audit quality. For instance, ISQC1 has gone through difference updates and IAASB has issued various international standards on auditing to ensuring the quality of audit. With all these efforts, the global economy is still not immune from number of spectacular business failure, the recent be Carillion, a global construction company.
The stories of WorldCom and Enron and their auditor, Arthur Andersen (2001) is still very fresh in our memory; we are still in shocked from Refco and Grant Thornton LLP (2005); Northern Rock and PwC (2008); Parmalat and Grant Thornton and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (2004) relationship.
Specifically, Parmalat, the Italian food and dairy company, sued its two former auditing firms, saying that they should have detected the fraud that caused the collapse of Parmalat earlier in the year. The company contended that two partners of Grant Thornton's Italian arm were involved in the fraud, and that Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu failed to follow proper auditing procedures that would have uncovered the fraud far earlier than it was found.
Looking at all these celebrated corporate failures, it could be concluded that most of auditors are big four. Could we then conclude that big four synonymous to corporate failure? Disturbed by the trend of the events, the quality of service by the so call big four has been put into question. Thus, political office holder such as parliamentarians have renewed the calls for an overhaul of the audit industry in their jurisdictions. Also, some concerned authorities have lunched enquiries into role of big four in domination of audit services. For instance, the competition authority in Britain launched an investigation into whether the dominance of the big four accountancy firms is driving down auditing standards due recent collapsed of Carillion.
The oligopoly nature of big four has been equally be questioned as KPMG chair calls Big Four an ‘oligopoly’ after Carillion collapse just as British MPs have demanded the UK's big four accountancy firms be referred to competition authorities for potential break-up following the collapse of government contractor Carillion, calling them a "cosy club incapable of providing the degree of independent challenge needed"
The recommendation by members of two powerful parliamentary committees was contained in a damning 100-page report on Carillion's failure, which also accused the government, regulators and Carillion board members of failing in their responsibilities, often because they acted "entirely in line with their own personal incentives.
The joint selects committee’s claims of auditor failings in its report on the collapse of Carillion marks a ‘watershed’ for the accountancy profession according to the head of the ICAEW, with the Big Four firms also acknowledging that the statutory audit market needs reform. Although Deloitte was Carillion's sole internal auditor, all three of the other big four did work for the group, with KPMG serving as external auditor, EY providing turn round advice and PwC advising the company, its pension schemes and the government.
The report called on the government to refer KPMG, EY, PwC and Deloitte to the Competition and Markets Authority for potential break-up, or splitting the firms' audit functions from non-audit services. Meanwhile, KPMG is already under investigation by the UK's accountancy regulator for its role. The above left us with question: can the world of accountancy ever produce quality audit and free from corporate failure with the dominance of big four?
Risk within an enterprise can come from various sources. By implementing an enterprise risk management (ERM) framework, organization can reduce the likelihood of unexpected disruptive business events in their environment. By focusing resources on critical areas of your operations, we at SALIHIN will help you to identify control deficiencies and other threats to your business goals and remediate the problems.
Risk Management Process
Our offering covers:
- Organizational risk tolerance and risk management objectives
- Organizational governance and control structures
- Risk management policy and procedures
- Audit risk management programs
- Best practices to resource-constrained public entities
- Trading and hedging strategies
- Selecting & implementing risk information systems
- Best practice risk gap analysis
- Risk modeling
- Real options modeling
- Decision analysis modeling
- Custom analytics
- Hedge and portfolio optimization
- Trader coaching
- Corporate training