Licensees which are guided by the principles of Islamic Shari'a have additional responsibilities to their stakeholders. Licensees which refer to themselves as "Islamic" are subject to additional governance requirements and disclosures to provide assurance to stakeholders that they are following Shari'a Principles. In ensuring compliance with Shari'a principles, each licensee must establish a Shari'a Supervisory Board consisting of at least three Shari'a scholars.

January 2013