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Introduction to Islamic Banking for Finance Managers (Online Training)

04 July - 05 July 2021
Online Training

Level: Intermediate

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Course Director

Arif Ahmed | Course Director

Arif Ahmed

Director
South Asian Management Technologies Foundation

Course Schedule
  • 04 Jul 2021 Online

Overview

Duration: Two sessions of 90 minutes with one 30-minute break
Timings: 10:30 to 14:00 GST

Usage of Islamic finance products in the global financial system is progressing rapidly. Islamic banks are offering an expanding range of services and products to corporates. This course provides financial managers an overview of how Islamic banking products can be considered as an alternative to conventional banking products. It explains the structure, and use of the Islamic banking products in the areas of trade finance, working capital finance, loan syndications, guarantees, letter of credit, etc.

Course Pre-requisite
Knowledge of banking products

Course Outline

Day One

Islamic Banking: Underlying principles

  • Prohibitions and permissions
  • Concept of the real owner
  • Wealth and resources
  • Role and nature of money
  • Economic trust
  • Types of Islamic finance contracts
  • Understanding Islamic financial contracts

Corporate Finance: Trade Finance

  • Financing of goods – Murabaha
  • Financing for manufacture/construction – Istisna
  • Supplier finance – Salam
  • Lease finance – Ijara
  • Case studies

Day Two

Working Capital

  • Funding a purchase – Murabaha
  • Deferred payment sale – Bay’ Bithaman Ajil
  • Partnering in profit – Mudaraba
  • Deferred payment purchase – Tawarruq
  • Suppliers’ finance – Salam
  • Agency function – Wakala
  • Case studies

Other Areas

  • Syndicate finance
    • Ijara syndication
    • Murabaha syndication
  • Current Account – Qard
  • Guarantee
    • Kafala
    • Wakala
  • Letter of Credit
    • Murabaha letter of Credit
    • Wakala-Murabaha letter of Credit
    • Musharaka letter of Credit
    • Cash-based letter of Credit
  • Case studies

Who Should Attend

The well-researched course will be useful for executives who are responsible for the finance and accounting function in their organisation. Finance Directors, Head of Finance, Finance Managers, Chief Finance Officers, Accounts Managers, Accountants, Auditors, and Analysts will find the course particularly useful.

Benefits of Attending

  1. Lucid explanation of the structure of Islamic Banking products
  2. Focus on how corporates can use these products
  3. Examples to understand practical issues
  4. Interactive session using polls, discussions and Q&A sessions

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Introduction to Islamic Banking for Finance Managers (Online Training)