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Shariah Principles

Foundation of Shariah for Islamic Finance

This module introduces the participant to the foundation of Shariah for Islamic Finance. It will highlight the main differences between Islamic and conventional finance. The basis of Islamic law and methodology of Ijtihad(interpretation) as practiced within Islamic commercial law are explained. It will show how the features of Islamic finance are derived from Shariah principles to enable the development of Shariahcompliant financial products.

Training Outline

  • Shariah: meaning, scope and application
  • Fiqh: meaning, scope and application
  • Sources of Islamic law: both primary and secondary sources
  • Theory and methodology of interpretation (ijtihad) particularly in Islamic finance
  • Introduction ofShariah, Fiqh and Legal Maxims Governing Islamic Finance
  • Shariahvis-a-visfiqh
  • The governing principles of Islamic commercial law and the leading legal maxims
  • Theory and principles to some leading Islamic finance practices Learning Outcomes
  • Understand the meaning of Shariah and how it applies in the context of Islamic Finance
  • Understand the meaning of Fiqh and how it applies in the context of Islamic Finance
  • Able to describe the origin and sources of Islamic law
  • Understand the theory and methodology of Ijtihad
  • Explain the Legal Maxims Governing Islamic Finance
  • Able to differentiate Shariah and Fiqh

Transactions in Islamic Finance

This module introduces the fundamental aspect of transactions in Islamic finance which is the forms of the contracts underlying the transactions. This module will start by explaining the definition, salient features and essential elements as well as conditions of an Islamic contract. It will further discuss the nature and structure on each contract in Islamic finance along with highlight the main underlying Shariah principles. The contracts will be discussed in relation to corresponding financial products in the industry to relate the theory to practice. It will show how the features of these contracts are being applied in the modern financial process.

Training Outline

  • Introduction to Islamic Contracts
  • Definition of a contract
  • Tenets of a contract
  • Conditions of Contract
  • Types and classifications of Contract
  • Contract of exchanges
  • Contract of Security
  • Contract of Safe Custody
  • Contract of works and services
  • Contract of partnership
  • Unilateral contracts
  • Directory of some leading contract underlying the Shariah principles applied in Islamic Banking & Finance
    • Murabaha
    • Ijarah
    • Wadiah
    • Mudarabah
    • Musharakah
    • MusharakahMutanaqisa (diminishing Musharaka)
    • Istisna’ and parallel Istisna’
    • Daman &Kafalah
    • Wakalah
    • Salam
    • Parallel Salam

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain the meaning of contract in Islamic commercial law
  • Define a valid and enforceable contract
  • Describe the basis and classification of contracts
  • Compare and contrast various typesof contracts
  • Apply respective contracts to a specific case for a specific purpose
  • Illustrate the flexibility of Islamic commercial law to meet financial needs without resorting to lending for an interest payment
  • Describe the relationship between traditional contracts and Islamic finance products and services
  • Explain the leading contracts underlying

 

Experienced Trainers

 

Aflah bin Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili

Aflah bin Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili 

Ayman Khaleq

Ayman Khaleq 

drdaud

Dr Daud Bakar

Dr. Mohamed Ali Elgari

Dr. Mohamed Ali Elgari 

Dr. Osama Al Dereai

Dr. Osama Al Dereai

baiza

Baiza Bain 

John Willsdon

John Willsdon

M.Nazri Muhd

M.Nazri Muhd

Mohamad Damshal Awang Damit

Mohamad Damshal Awang Damit 

Mohamed Firdaus Bin Kader Mohideen

Mohamed Firdaus Bin Kader Mohideen

 MohamedVirani

Mohamed Virani

 Mohammad Nadeem Aslam

Mohammad Nadeem Aslam

 Mohammad Shaeed Khan

Mohammad Shaeed Khan

 Mr.Khalid Al Yahmadi

Mr.Khalid Al Yahmadi

Muhammad Amin al-Qattan

Dr. Muhammad Amin al-Qattan

 Muhammad Owais Ansari

Muhammad Owais Ansari

 Prof. Dr. Syed Musa Alhabshi

Prof. Dr. Syed Musa Alhabshi

 Riad Saad

Riad Saad

 Shaikh Salah Bin Hilal Al Mawali

Shaikh Salah Bin Hilal Al Mawali

  • TrainingThumbThe objective of the training program is to train the participant and enhance their understanding of the different areas of Islamic banking and finance. The participants will have a better knowledge of Islamic banking and finance in terms of the fundamentals as well as the different aspects of banking operations and products available globally. This will better equip them to have a more comprehensive understanding and a world view of the issues faced by them in their daily operations.

  • GECertGECert - Graduate Employability Certificate Programme

    The objective of the GECert programme is to assist and foster a higher education environment to produce competent, knowledgeable, and innovative graduates, with the right values, so they can fulfill their career dreams and fulfill the job market requirement. The GECert programme provides opportunities for every aspiring graduates to potentially obtaining and building career through development of skills, possessing the right sets of attributes required by industry, taking responsibility of self-development through learning and training, and adopting the concept of life-ling learning, in order to fulfill national and international manpower needs.
  • PublicWorkshopThis course will help the participants to have a good understanding of Islamic Finance. It includes an overview of the most important Islamic Finance contracts currently used in the market and reviews the Islamic Finance institutions operating today. The workshop uses practical case studies and group exercises to ensure learning through full interaction.

  • elearningAmanie Academy supports education and learning programs in the field of Islamic economics and finance in universities and institutions of higher learning across the globe. Amanie Academy started a new learning initiative to support the development and dissemination of knowledge in the field of Islamic economics, finance and banking. The first program under this initiative is to support an internationally recognized curriculum for academic  program in Islamic Finance and Banking. The courses has been carefully designed and developed. The program will be delivered through the internet to ensure maximum outreach. Amanie Academy will provide the following support to academic institutions wishing to be partner in this program.​

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