Advanced Islamic Banking and Finance (Intensive Full-Time)Advanced Islamic Banking and Finance(Intensive Full-Time) (Postgraduate Diploma)(European Countries)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In City of Doha (Qatar) and Tripoli (Libya)

£ 60,000 - (Rs 52,00,283)
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Suitable for: Islamic Bankers and Financiers. Managers of Islamic Banking. Managers of Takaful and Insurance. Finance and Account Managers. Shariah Analysts. Supervisory Authorities,. Corporate Treasurers. Financial Controllers. Consultants. Lawyers. Auditors. Accountants. Regulators, market supervisors, and government representatives

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Where and when

Starts Location
Flexible
City of Doha
Al Wahda Street, 25500, Doha, Qatar
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Flexible
Tripoli
Al Fatah Street, Bengasi, Libya
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Course programme

Comprehensive Islamic Banking and Finance

Part I- Sharia’a Law and Shari’a Boards: Roles, Responsibilities, and Membership

  • Sharia'a, Defined
  • Allah is the Law Giver.
  • Objectives of the Sharia'a
  • Sources of the Sharia'a
  • Sharia'a Islamic Investment Principles
  • Conditions for Investment in Shares
  • Sharia'a Supervisory Board (SSB)
  • Sharia'a Board Scholar Qualifications
  • State Bank of Pakistan (SBP): Proper Criteria for Appointment of Sharia'a Advisors

Part II – Definition of Islamic Banking

  • Conventional Bankers and Islamic Banking
  • Six Key Islamic Banking Principles
  • Definition of Asymmetric Information
  • Origins of Asymmetric Risk within Islamic Banking
  • Riba in the Qur'an and Sunnah or Hadith
  • Five Reasons for the Prohibition of Riba

Part III- Murabaha as a Mode of Islamic Finance

  • Murabaha Transactions
  • What Makes Murabaha Sharia'a Compliant?
  • Islam Treats Money and Commodities Differently
  • Murabaha and the Sharia'a
  • Practicalities of Implementing Murabaha
  • Sharia'a Rules Concerning Murabaha
  • Reasoning Behind Sharia'a Rules
  • Practical Examples of the Application of Murabaha
  • Key Issues Associated with Murabaha.
  • Comparison of Murabaha with Interest-Based Finance
  • Murabaha Differences from the other Islamic Financing Techniques

Part IV Mudaraba as a Mode of Islamic Finance

  • Definition of Mudaraba
  • What makes Mudaraba Sharia’a Compliant?
  • Practicalities of Implementing Mudaraba
  • Sharia'a Rules Concerning Mudaraba
  • Practical Examples of Mudaraba
  • Key Issues Associated with Mudaraba
  • Comparison of Mudaraba with the Conventional Banking Equivalent
  • Mudaraba: Differences from the other Islamic Financing Techniques

Part V – Musharaka a a Mode of Islamic Finance

  • Definition of Musharaka
  • What makes Musharaka Sharia'a Compliant?
  • Practicalities of Implementing Musharaka
  • Sharia'a Rules Concerning Musharaka
  • Practical Examples of Musharaka
  • Problems Associated with Musharaka
  • Comparison of Musharaka with the Conventional Banking Equivalent

Part VI- Ijara as a Mode of Islamic Finance

  • Definition of Ijara
  • What makes Ijara Sharia'a Compliant?
  • Practicalities of Implementing Ijara
  • Sharia'a Rules Concerning Ijara
  • Basic Rules of Islamic Leasing
  • Practical Examples of Ijara
  • Key Differences between an Ijara Contract and a Conventional Lease
  • Comparison of Ijara with the Conventional Banking Equivalent
  • Ijara: Differences from the other Islamic Financing Techniques

Part VII- Istisna’s as a Mode of Islamic Finance

  • Definition of Istisna'a
  • What makes Istisna’a Sharia'a Compliant?
  • Practicalities of Implementing Istisna'a
  • Sharia'a Rules Concerning Istisna'a
  • Practical Examples of Istisna'a
  • Key Issues Associated with Istisna'a
  • Comparison of Istisna'a with the Conventional Banking Equivalent
  • Istisna'a: Differences from the other Islamic Financing Techniques

Part VIII- Salam as a Mode of Islamic Finance

  • Definition of Salam
  • What makes Salam Sharia'a Compliant?
  • Practicalities of Implementing Salam
  • Sharia'a Rules Concerning Salam
  • Sharia'a Rules Concerning Parallel Salam
  • Practical Examples of Salam
  • Benefits of the Salam Contract
  • Problems Associated with Salam
  • Comparison of Salam with the Conventional Banking Equivalent
  • Salam: Differences from the other Islamic Financing Techniques.

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