Islamic finance refers to how businesses and individuals raise capital in accordance with Sharia, or Islamic law. It also refers to the types of investments that are permissible under this form of law. Islamic finance can be seen as a unique form of socially responsible investment.
This course provides participants with a thorough grounding in Islamic finance. The course covers the principles behind Islamic finance and the relationship between Islamic and conventional financing.
During the Islamic Finance Management training course, participants will explore recent history and trends in Islamic finance. Course participants is also provided with the opportunity to learn how to structure cash flows for Islamic finance.
At the end of the Islamic Finance Management training course participants should be able to:
Understanding of the main principles of Islamic banking and finance
Developments of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance.
Identifying a range of commonly used Islamic Financial products and services
Considering the nature and scope of Islamic finance and its relationship with conventional finance
Creating awareness of the principles, trends and economic benefits of Islamic portfolios.
Critically evaluate the key differences between the Islamic and conventional securities market
Examine various risk management tools and techniques from an Islamic point of view.
Differentiate between conventional insurance and Takaful
Demonstrate practical skills of ethics for Islamic corporate governance.
Compare and contrast differences between Islamic accounting and conventional accounting.
Islamic Finance Management Training course course, is Ideal for: