Islamic Banking - Functions and Governance

Course Info

Date: June-17-2024

Length: 1 Week

City: Barcelona

Fees: 4,450

Type: In Classroom

Available Dates

  • June-17-2024

    Barcelona

  • July-15-2024

    Barcelona

  • Aug-19-2024

    Barcelona

  • Sep-16-2024

    Barcelona

  • Oct-21-2024

    Barcelona

  • Nov-18-2024

    Barcelona

  • Dec-16-2024

    Barcelona

Dates in Other Venues

  • June-17-2024

    Dubai

  • June-24-2024

    Amsterdam

  • June-24-2024

    London

  • July-15-2024

    Dubai

  • July-22-2024

    Istanbul

  • July-22-2024

    London

  • July-29-2024

    Kuala Lumpur

  • July-29-2024

    Amsterdam

  • Aug-19-2024

    Dubai

  • Aug-26-2024

    Amsterdam

  • Aug-26-2024

    London

  • Sep-16-2024

    Dubai

  • Sep-23-2024

    Istanbul

  • Sep-23-2024

    London

  • Sep-30-2024

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Sep-30-2024

    Amsterdam

  • Oct-21-2024

    Dubai

  • Oct-28-2024

    London

  • Oct-28-2024

    Amsterdam

  • Nov-18-2024

    Dubai

  • Nov-25-2024

    London

  • Nov-25-2024

    Amsterdam

  • Dec-16-2024

    Dubai

  • Dec-23-2024

    London

  • Dec-23-2024

    Istanbul

  • Dec-30-2024

    Amsterdam

  • Dec-30-2024

    Kuala Lumpur

Course Details

Course Outline

5 days course

 

Islamic Banks in the Context

 

  • The theoretical foundation of the institutionalisation of Islamic finance
  • The historical development of Islamic banking
  • The core objectives of Islamic banking
  • The conceptual difficulty of banking without riba
  • Business models – the bank model versus the non-bank model
  • Business lines – retail banks versus wholesale/investment banks
  • Surviving in a non-Islamic environment
  • The attitude of regulators – Muslim and non-Muslim
  • Competing alongside conventional banks
  • Liquidity management issues

 

Functions
 
Products and Services

 

  • Deposits
  • Trade finance
  • Corporate finance
  • Agriculture
  • Consumer
  • Treasury

 

Balance Sheet

 

  • Asset side
  • Liability side
  • Accounting peculiarities

 

Social Utility

 

  • Economic distinction?
  • Qard (interest-free loan)
  • Charity
  • Zakat (religious tax)

 

Governance

 

Regulation

 

  • Capital adequacy
  • Risk management
  • Reporting & disclosure
  • Central bank support

 

Shariah Oversight

 

  • Shariah supervisory boards, their role and purpose
  • Shariah compliance departments and advisers
  • Shariah auditors
  • The view of English law on Shariah
  • Reputation Management

 

  • Case study – Islamic Bank
  • Conclusion  

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