IPD01: Foundations of Islamic Banking & Finance $ 150

Objective: To build a foundational understanding of Islamic banking & finance

This course introduces fundamental concepts and principles relating to Islamic banking and finance. It defines the vocabulary and nomenclature of Islamic finance in addition to explaining how the Islamic commercial rules impact banking operations as the character of Islamic finance is rooted in Islamic commercial law as opposed to the concepts of lending money. The course also covers how the Islamic market functions with its unique rules. Candidates solve financing and banking problems based on the core Islamic rules of contract and the rules of sarf or monetary exchange. The main aim of the course is to enable the candidates to compare and contrast how various Islamic toolkit-sale based, lease based and equity based instruments are applied in Islamic banking operation.

This module is suitable for: All banking employees, all persons interested in Islamic finance


IPD02: AAOIFI Accounting $ 150

Objective: To review AAOIFI Accounting Standards for core Islamic Finance Instruments.

The course introduces AAOIFI Financial Reporting Standards and reviews the accounting implication of four core contracts; Murabaha, Ijara, Musharaka & Mudaraba. It covers the reasons for unique Islamic accounting standards. Simple examples for the non-accounting executive are given to illustrate the AAOIFI Accounting Standards in a manner that builds on the Foundations of Islamic Banking and Finance course and its transaction examples.

This module is suitable for: Bankers, Accountants, Audit Professionals, Operations Team Members, Shariah Auditors


IPD03: Islamic Trade Finance $ 250

Objective: To apply Islamic rules to the full trade finance cycle.

This course focuses on how the basic building blocks of Islamic banking and finance may be used to structure import and export transactions. It emphasizes on different tools applied by Islamic banks to finance import and export activities, manage currency risk, and fund post import activities.

This module is suitable for: corporate bankers, operations team members, lawyers, audit, Sharia`a and investment banking team members


IPD04: Islamic Treasury Application $ 250

Objective: To examine the key Islamic instruments utilized in treasury operations and explain Shariah limitations on these instruments

This course main focus areas are deposit instruments used to manage liquidity in the Islamic money market activities and Islamic equivalent to forward contract in forex operations. It seeks to describe the key Islamic instruments utilized in treasury operations and explain Shariah limitations on these instruments.

This module is suitable for: Treasury team members, audit, Shariah and sales team members selling treasury products.


IPD05: Sukuk & Islamic Securitization $ 250

Objective: To apply Islamic rules to the debt capital markets

This module will provide candidates with the knowledge and tools necessary to understand the fast-developing market for Islamic capital markets product; namely the Sukuk market. It examines how Shariah principles affect capital market activities and delineates rules that must be observed in structuring Sukuk. The main aim of the course is to illustrate the basic structures of Sukuk; sale based, lease based and equity based Sukuk. Securitization (asset backed Sukuk) are contrasted to securities (asset based Sukuk) issuance. It also reviews other topics like marketing Sukuk, Sukuk administration, Shariah rules in Sukuk trading and Sukuk pricing.

This module is suitable for: Corporate bankers, investment bankers, lawyers, Shariah audit professionals, and operations team members


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