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VOLUME 03 ISSUE 07 JULY 2020
Paper Type:Research
Paper Title:Assessing The Issues and Challen ges of Current Comp etency Issues Amongst The Islamic Legacy Planners in M alay sia
Author:1Shahizan Bin Md. Noh, 2Zurina Binti Shafii, 3Ainulashikin Binti Marzuki
About Author: 1Universiti Sains Isla m Malaysia, Malaysia
2Universiti Sains Isla m Malaysia, Malaysia
3Universiti Sains Isla m Malaysia, Malaysia
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While the increase of awareness for Islamic legacy planning encourages the need to have a competent Islamic legacy planner, the main challenge is a mismatch of talent pool between what isrequired by the clients and whatis offered by full-fledged Islamic trust companies in Malaysia. Thus, this paper argues for a competency framework for Islamic legacy planners within the full-fledged Islamic trust companies in Malaysia. Prior research reveals that the competency requirements for Islamic legacy planners were still not developed even though there is a need for it. There is indeed an urgent need to draft the competency requirements which will include the knowledge, skills, attributes and other characteristics requirements toensure an adequate supply of competent Islamic legacy planners to meet the expanding market demand. This paper proposes a model as a basis for competency framework for Islamic legacy planners that can uphold their effective roles serving the Islamic legacy planning industry.

Key-words:
Competent, knowledge, Islamic legacy planner, skill, Islamic legacy planning
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