Our Islamic finance courses cover everything from operations and the structure of financial products to the Sukuk market and Sharia-compliant alternatives to traditional insurance.
Understanding the world of Islamic banking and finance gives you access to a number of lucrative, emerging markets. Our Islamic finance instructors are all established experts in the field and bring real-life experience and practical knowledge in order to design and deliver Islamic banking and finance training that is highly practical and immersive.
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Stay ahead in global Islamic finance markets with this courseLocationDatesDaysDubai15-19 Dec 20195
Develop in Islamic Finance equity & private transactions with this courseLocationDatesDaysTBCTBC2
Public Course Testimonials
There is no-one better to tell you how good our public courses are than those who attended them. From developing new financial products in the Sukuk market to developing Sharia-compliant alternatives to traditional insurance, our courses will help you tap into lucrative, emerging markets.
A good introduction to Islamic Finance which will be useful for my company
- Corporate Finance & Treasury
What do previous attendees think of this public course?The course is beneficial and elaborates on plenty of job-related controversial matters
- Office II Compliance & Financial Supervision
Comprehensive course with lots of instruction, tailored to the individual participants' needs.
- Past attendee
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Meet the Faculty
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Specialism: Islamic finance, bankingI try to deliver the benefit I have gained from my experience working in the sector through practical application, rather than theory. I want the delegates to understand exactly why everything is done in a certain way, rather than just tell them how it is done.
- Course Instructor
- Islamic Finance
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