Shariah Compliance


Al Ebreiz Global Capital Berhad (AGCB) is officially a Shariah-Compliant company as of 21st November 2020. AGCB has obtained the Shariah Compliance certification from Shariah Advisory Panel (SAP) to ensure that all matters related to trading, transactions, and business are in accordance with Shariah principles.

This certification officially verifies that AGCB complies with Malaysian recognized Shariah requirements with the guidelines set by Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) and Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM).

Being a Shariah-Compliant organization is a significant feat for us. It ensures AGCB’s technology-based platform maintains the high standards of operations and products and will continue to deliver substantial value to all stakeholders. In line with the mission and vision to be carried, AGCB wants to bring – “The Future of Islamic Hybrid Finance” aspirations to the international stage in the near future.


To become a fully integrated Shariah-Compliant Gold & Silver Bars and Gold Dinar & Silver Dirham Coins Trading Business, provide financial solutions to ensure all services according to the Shariah Principles, and become a convenient platform for customers to purchase and sell gold and silver.


To provide our stakeholders with flexible and convenient Shariah-Compliant financial solutions.


Business management and operation must comply with Shariah standards.
Spearhead and apply Shariah regulations in the management and operations of the gold trading business.
Integration of Shariah Compliance in business practices against Riba.
Spearhead and apply Shariah regulations in the management and operations of the gold trading business.
Enrich resources of knowledge and understanding in Islamic finance perspective.
Disseminate a harmonization amongst people and mutual respect in Islamic practices.
Provide avenues for the development of Shariah practices.



The Central Bank of Malaysia is the Malaysian central bank established on 26th of January 1959 as Central Bank of Malaya. Its primary purpose is to issue currency, act as banker and adviser to the Government of Malaysia, and regulate its financial institutions, credit system, and monetary policy.


Established on 1st of March 1993 under the Securities Commission Act 1993, SC is a self-funding statutory body with investigative and enforcement powers. It reports to the Minister of Finance, and its accounts are tabled in Parliament annually.


Established on 1st of January 1997, the Malaysian government is taking over the power and role of BAHEIS to ensure all in line with the growing development and progress of Islam in the country from the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM). The department is a federal government agency in Malaysia that administers Islamic affairs in Malaysia.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Shariah Compliant?

Shariah Compliance means ensuring that the organisation is effectively managed in accordance with universally accepted values like discipline, honesty, justice, sincerity, timeliness, and truthfulness. The halal and non-halal aspects of all processes vital for delivering services and products must also be identified and communicated to all employees and implemented effectively.

What are the benefits that a company gains from being Shariah Compliant?
  • Ensure that the universal values of justice, honesty, truthfulness, sincerity, timeliness, and discipline are integrated into your quality management practices.
  • Place greater emphasis on ethical standards in business processes.
  • Receive independent assurance that your organization’s processes and practices are in accordance with Shariah principles.
When did AGCB become Shariah-Compliant?
  • AGCB officially received its Shariah Compliance Certificate on 21st November 2020.
What is the certification received by AGCB that verifies its Shariah-Compliant Status?
How can a company maintain Shariah Compliance in the system
  • AGCB must ensure that they are continuously improving their business operations and values in accordance to Shariah principles, which will be ascertained by the Shariah Advisory Panel (SAP) through the approval of the business model.