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Training

IFIBAF offers firm internal workshop modules among others on following subjects:
  • Islamic Banking/Islamic Finance:
    • Market situation Islamic Banking/Finance (historical development, structure of Islamic banks, potential: Mass affluent, HNWI, SHNW, UHNW, Institutional) and country- specific particularities in the GCC region
  • Basics in Islamic economics and Islamic Banking instruments
  • Focus: Islamic investment and Banking instrumentals
    • Capital stock based techniques (Murabaha, Bay Inah and Tawarruq, Bay Salam, Istinaa, Arbun, Qard Hasan, etc.)
    • Own funds based techniques (Mudaraba, Musharaka, Ijarah)
  • Focus: Sukuk
  • Focus: Derivates
  • Focus: Islamic real estate Asset management & success factors for Islamic wealth management
  • Business etiquettes for Arabia and the Arabian business culture - Cross culture awareness
  • Understanding Islam - clear questions and clear answers!
  • Politics and Society in Islam
    • Islamic human rights on the grounds of democratic values
    • Gender relations
    • The meaning of „Jihad"
    • Ethics in Islam
The workshop modules are usually designed for max. 10 participants (greater groups possible after arrangement) and are meant to give a head start in a complex, and perhaps from a western perspective not easy to understand this matter. Building upon this knowledge, project and country specific solutions are well founded.

Sales-oriented trainings of the sales staff are possible on the basis of arrangements. Knowledge and skills concerning the Islamic relevant questions which arise at the point of sales are essential to ensure a successful market introduction and the acceptance of the target group.

For an individual in-house training (contents, participants, time and place) please contact us directly.

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Workshop "Qualified Islamic Finance Consultant"  24th -27th March 2012 in Dubai

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