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source : Leadership.ng
The storm surrounding the introduction of Non-Interest Banking (NIB) commonly called Islamic banking is gradually settling down and it is important to begin to exhume the challenges that might crop up in its operations with particular reference to the taxation of the sub-sector by the relevant tax authorities, especially the setting of standards for the type of taxes that apply and that are to be collected from the transactions.
As the name implies, Non-Interest Banking (NIB) is a system of financial services that provide unique services in accordance with Islamic religious jurisprudence and Sharia principle and fully regulated by the relevant regulatory authorities as provided for in sections 9, 23 and 52 of the Banks and other Financial Institution Act (BOFIA) 1991 as amended. The CBN is empowered by law, to issue licenses to appropriate entities for the establishment of non-interest banks provided they meet the regulatory…
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