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Ak Dr Md Hasnol Alwee Pg Hj Md Salleh Lecturer, UBD School of Business and Economics

About Me Publications

Ak Dr Md Hasnol Alwee Pg Hj Md Salleh

Lecturer, UBD School of Business and Economics hasnol.salleh@ubd.edu.bn


ABOUT ME

Ak Hasnol is a lecturer in the field of Islamic Finance, with current research interests on three main themes:

1. Establishment of an inclusive financial planning approach to assist those in poverty.

2. Exploring philanthropic awqaf and contemporary forms of zakatable assets.

3. Development of financial literacy in Brunei.


Prior to joining Universiti Brunei Darussalam, he was a Training Analyst and Customer Support Team Lead at Brunei Accenture Group Networks. He completed his Masters in Finance from Lancaster University (UK) in 2006, and completed his Doctorate degree in Islamic Finance from Durham University (UK) in 2013.

Recent publications include:

Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee (2015) ""Integrating financial inclusion and saving motives into institutional zakat practices: A case study on Brunei"", International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, Vol. 8 Iss: 2, pp.150 - 170

Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee (2015) ""A comparison on financial literacy between welfare recipients and non-welfare recipients in Brunei"", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 42 Iss: 7, pp.598 - 613

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Personal Finance
Financial Literacy
Islamic Financial Literacy
Islamic Financial Planning
Zakat
Awqaf


RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee (2015) ""Integrating financial inclusion and saving motives into institutional zakat practices: A case study on Brunei"", International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, Vol. 8 Iss: 2, pp.150 - 170
Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee (2015) ""A comparison on financial literacy between welfare recipients and non-welfare recipients in Brunei"", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 42 Iss: 7, pp.598 - 613
Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee (2015). Financial exclusion and saving motives in Brunei: A need to re-define zakat & awqaf institutions. In H A El-Karanshawy et al. (Eds.), Access to finance and human development – Essays on zakah, awqaf and microfinance. Doha, Qatar: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation


GRANT DETAILS

Grant type: URG, Grant Number: UBD/PNC2/2/RG/1(307), Project Title: Retirement Preparedness and Planning in Brunei: Transitioning from a Defined Benefit to a Defined Contribution Plan, Investigators (PI/Co-PI): PI, Funding Details: , Start Date: 19/10/2015, End Date: 19/10/2015


RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee (2015) ""Integrating financial inclusion and saving motives into institutional zakat practices: A case study on Brunei"", International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, Vol. 8 Iss: 2, pp.150 - 170

Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee (2015) ""A comparison on financial literacy between welfare recipients and non-welfare recipients in Brunei"", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 42 Iss: 7, pp.598 - 613

Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee (2015). Financial exclusion and saving motives in Brunei: A need to re-define zakat & awqaf institutions. In H A El-Karanshawy et al. (Eds.), Access to finance and human development – Essays on zakah, awqaf and microfinance. Doha, Qatar: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation

Ahmed, Habib and Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee. Inclusive Islamic Finance Planning: A Conceptual Perspective. International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management (Awaiting Second Revision Acceptance).

Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee. Developing Islamic Financial Literacy from a Personal Finance perspective (Awaiting Paper Acceptance by Workshop Organizer UNISSA and IRTI).

Pg Md Salleh, Ak Md Hasnol Alwee and Abdullah, Rose. Framework for Credit Outlook in Islamic Finance: A Personal Financial Perspective (Awaiting Paper Acceptance)


Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Collaboration with Centre for Islamic Banking, Finance and Management (CIBFM) on the Islamic Finance Roundtable Discussion.

1st Islamic Finance Roundtable Discussion: Presented on 'Zakat and Awqaf in Brunei Darussalam' on 18th March 2015.

5th Islamic Finance Roundtable Discussion: Presented on 'Financial Exclusion and Saving Motives in Brunei: Redefining Zakat Institutions' on 30th September 2015.


SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

- Input towards assisting poverty alleviation and financial literacy efforts.