The 3 Challenging Issues on Today’s Sharia Growth: Product Standardization, Awareness, and Human Resources

Why is the sharia growth stalled? In fact, the data point out to the significant growth, asked by one of the audiences. Held in MBA ITB Jakarta campus, this morning talk presented Keynote Speakers, the Executive Director of LPPI (Lembaga Pengembangan Perbankan Indonesia), Dr. Subarjo Joyosumarto, and the Founding Dean of SBM ITB, Professor Surna Tjahja Djajadiningrat. As from the Sharia practitioner, we invited Corporate Secretary for Bank Syariah Mandiri, Widodo Darojatun MBA, to give his insight upon the issues.

Why is the sharia growth stalled? In fact, the data point out to the significant growth, asked by one of the audiences. Held in MBA ITB Jakarta campus, this morning talk presented Keynote Speakers, the Executive Director of LPPI (Lembaga Pengembangan Perbankan Indonesia), Dr. Subarjo Joyosumarto, and the Founding Dean of SBM ITB, Professor Surna Tjahja Djajadiningrat. As from the Sharia practitioner, we invited Corporate Secretary for Bank Syariah Mandiri, Widodo Darojatun MBA, to give his insight upon the issues.

“It’s not about Fiqh. It’s not about religion. But it’s all about system, “stated by Pak Naya at the “Morning Talk on Sharia Growth in Indonesia” on last Thursday (18/10/12). Briefly about the event, this morning talk aimed to discuss about sharia business and its today’s challenge.

“Sharia principles are un-doubtful and applicable. It’s easily imitated without needing financial engineering. On the sharia issues in Indonesia, despite of it is still need some good innovation. But some surveys show a significant growth, “told the Commissioner for BTN since 2008.

Pak Naya added, “Nowadays sharia is considered as good solution for financial. Many conventional banks set up their sharia unit or event their sharia banking. For it is an ethical industry, there are three important points that must be adhered to. Those are: Value, Leadership, and System.”

 

“It’s not about Fiqh. It’s not about religion. But it’s all about system, “stated by Pak Naya at the “Morning Talk on Sharia Growth in Indonesia” on last Thursday (18/10/12). Briefly about the event, this morning talk aimed to discuss about sharia business and its today’s challenge.

“Sharia principles are un-doubtful and applicable. It’s easily imitated without needing financial engineering. On the sharia issues in Indonesia, despite of it is still need some good innovation. But some surveys show a significant growth, “told the Commissioner for BTN since 2008.

Pak Naya added, “Nowadays sharia is considered as good solution for financial. Many conventional banks set up their sharia unit or event their sharia banking. For it is an ethical industry, there are three important points that must be adhered to. Those are: Value, Leadership, and System.”