Dr AbulKhair Jalaluddin
Dr. Jalal received his Ph.D. in financial economics from the University of Wollongong, Master of Taxation Law from the University of New South Wales, Master of Economics and Bachelor of Economics from the International Islamic University Malaysia.
He has professional experience in Islamic finance, income tax, indirect tax, superannuation guarantee, self-managed superannuation funds, taxation of Islamic finance, university level teaching and research.
He authored two books entitled The Role of Government in an Islamic Economy and Attitudes of Australian Small Businesses and Financial Institutions Towards Profit/loss Sharing Method of Finance. He presented research papers on economic and financial issues in international seminars/conferences in different countries including Australia, UK, Malaysia, Qatar and Bangladesh. His professional interests include Islamic finance, taxation, Shariah compliant superannuation and insurance, financial economics and marketing research.
He is a result oriented large market tax adviser. He has led and completed audits on large financial services companies including large Australian banks as well as large entities in various industries. He has completed tax settlement cases with specific settlement deeds on large financial services companies and mortgage originators. He has completed major indirect tax apportionment reviews for large financial institutions.
He has demonstrated knowledge of corporate governance, risk management, taxation legislation, accounting and auditing functions in business contexts. He has exceptional relationship building skills; managed entities with more than $500 million annual turnover in the financial Services industry, superannuation, transport, shipping and freight industries.
He is proactive and highly analytical, demonstrated the use of many compliance systems, computer assisted verification (CAV) and e-audit. He has delivered training on Islamic finance, taxation and financial regulations. He has provided consultations on taxation of Islamic finance, both income tax and GST.