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Islamic Finance & Banking Training Programmes - IFT2017

24 January 2017 25 January 2017

Venue: IAIS Malaysia, Jalan Elmu, Off Jalan Universiti, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Organiser:  International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia.

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KEY COMPONENT FEATURES

TRAINING ON LEGAL & SHARI'AH COMPLIANCE FRAMEWORK IN ISLAMIC FINANCE

• The Historical Development of the Islamic Banking & Finance
• Islamic Banking in Malaysia and other Selected Jurisdictions
• Overview of International Islamic Finance Regulatory Framework
• Legal and Regulatory Framework of Islamic Finance Industry in Malaysia
• Relevant Acts Governing Islamic Financial Institutions
• Position of the relevant associations
• Dispute Resolutions in Islamic Finance
• Impacts of IFSA 2013
• Shari’ah as the backbone of Islamic banking and finance industry
• Selected Issues on the Challenges Faced by the Islamic Financial System

TRAINING ON SHARI'AH AUDIT AND REVIEW FOR ISLAMIC BANKING & FINANCE

• Fundamental of Shari’ah Compliance in Islamic Banks (IBs)
• Shari’ah Audit for Islamic Banks
• Shari’ah Review for Islamic Banks
• Key Audit and Review Areas in Islamic Banks-Deposit Mobilisation
• Key Audit and Review Areas in Islamic Banks-Financing
• Dealing with Shari’ah Non-Compliant Finding

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Training two: Shari'ah Audit and Review for Islamic Banking & Finance

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FEES

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CONTACT INFORMATION

International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia.
Jalan Ilmu, Off Jalan Universiti 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: +603-7956 9188
 

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Who are the learned? Those who practice what they know. (hadith)

Quotable Quotes

Success depends upon previous preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure. - Confucius

Humour Without Malice

Haris bin 'Abbad, one of the rulers of Andalus, was looking to capture 'Adi bin Abi Rabi'ah in order to exact revenge from him. His problem, and that of many of his guards, was that he didn't know what Ibn Abi Rabi'ah looked like. A prisoner said to one of the guards, "Will you free me if I show you where Abi Rabi'ah is?" He said, "Yes, I promise." After an oath from him, he said, "I am 'Adi bin Abi Rabi'ah," and remembering his promise and oath, the guard just let him go free.

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