Introduction to Takaful & Salient Features of a Takaful Organisation

Introduction to Takaful & Salient Features of a Takaful Organisation

This module highlights the essential structure and features of Takaful transaction as practiced in modern day financial system. It will also differentiate the characters of Takaful vis-à-vis conventional insurance system and the reason behind the prohibition of the conventional insurance from Shariah perspective. This module brings out the essential component of regulatory requirements, legal and Shariah governance framework that are applicable to enable the operation of Takaful in a particular jurisdiction.

Islamic Structured Product: The Process and Application

Islamic Structured Product: The Process and Application

This module explains and highlights the process and application of Islamic structured products with specific reference to Islamic risk management. It will demonstrate the main differences between Islamic and conventional structured products. It will show some of the main Islamic contracts and Shariah principles applied within the architecture of the structured products as well as highlighting the importance of continuous product development process in Islamic finance.

Foundation of Shariah for Islamic Finance

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 Shariah-compliant financial products.

Reporting of Financial Risk: Reporting Standards, Governance & Transparency

Reporting of Financial Risk: Reporting Standards, Governance & Transparency

The module highlights the importance of risk management for Islamic banking business operation. It will stress on some critical processes that are needed in establishing a proper and solid risk mitigation parameter. It will also provide an analysis on risk management from the perspective of IFSB (Islamic Financial Services Board) and AAOIFI (Accounting and Auditing for Islamic Financial Institutions). Finally it will lay down some critical parameters on the process of reporting of financial risk.

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