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Senior Lecturer


Ainul Huda Jamil is a Senior Lecturer at Graduate School of Business, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM-GSB). She holds a PhD in Financial Criminology (focusing on money laundering risk judgment and decision-making). She has 15 years experience in Oil & Gas, Financial and Tourism industries. She was the industry and company trainer prior to serving the public sector. She is also nominated as the Head of Compliance Consultant for a private company and elected by the Bank Negara Malaysia as the committee member of Group of Compliance Officer (GOCO), responsible to assist Bank Negara Malaysia to ensure the AML compliance among Money Service Business (MSB) players at national level. Her research interests focus on financial crime issues, risk management, sustainable development, forensic accounting, anti-money laundering & countering financing terrorism (AML/CFT) compliance, regulatory compliance,management accounting, and Covid-19 pandemic impacts. She has won best paper awards, best speaker award and innovation awards in several conferences and innovation competitions.


Jamil, A.H., Mohd Sanusi, Z., Yaacob, N.M., Mat Isa, Y. and Tarjo, T. (2022), “The Covid-19 impact on financial crime and regulatory compliance in Malaysia”, Journal of Financial Crime, Vol. 29 No. 2, pp. 491-505.

Jamil, A.H., Mohd-Sanusi, Z., Mat-Isa, Y. and Yaacob, N.M. (2023), “Money laundering risk judgement by compliance officers at financial institutions in Malaysia: the effects of customer risk determinants and regulatory enforcement”, Journal of Money Laundering Control, Vol. 26 No. 3, pp. 535-552.

Sinniah, Suguna & Soomro, Mansoor & Rawshdeh, Mustafa & Rahman, Mara & Kadir, Kamarudin & Jamil, Ainul. (2022). Post-COVID-19 Organizational Resilience in the Manufacturing and Service Industries. Jurnal Pengurusan. 66. 10.17576/pengurusan-2022-66-02.

Nordin, M. N., Baharudin, S. M., Amin, F. A. M., Maizan, S. H., & Jamil, A. H. (2023). Blind Special Education Students’ Mathematics Psychology in the Pandemic: The Impact of Flipped Classroom Learning. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 6(3s), 31-38.


Accounting, financial criminology, risk management, sustainable development, anti-money laundering, regulatory compliance, corporate social responsibility.


Managerial Accounting, Business Ethics