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Dubai to Host Euromoney Training's First Islamic Finance Academy
COURSE DATE: 30 OCTOBER 2010 - 10 NOVEMBER 2010
COURSE VENUE: DUBAI, UAE
Euromoney Training's first Islamic Finance Academy will be held in Dubai, UAE in October 2010. This 10-day interactive program will be held from 30th October - 10th November 2010 and will feature everything you need to know about Islamic Finance, banking, risk management, insurance and accounting. The course is presented in 6 highly interactive modules: Islamic Finance, Islamic Finance products, Islamic Banking and Fund management, Risk management and Basel II for Islamic Banking, Accounting and Legal Issue and Takaful: Islamic Insurance.
This 10-day program is built up gradually starting with the foundations and principles in the initial modules and including more specialist modules towards the end of the academy. Although the modules are stand-alone programs and can be booked separately they are linked together by a natural sequence of understanding the concepts of Islamic finance (module 1), product development (module 2) and risk management (module 3). After closing the 3rd module- the program advances to include issues & particularities regarding Islamic banking and fund management (module 4) and a thorough analysis of the legal, audit & control and accounting aspects of Islamic finance and the documentation & compliance issues involved (module 5). The program will be closed with a full 2-day intense workshop on Islamic insurance which will include assessing the operational model, review of product ranges, risk assessment and this all assessed within a framework comparing Islamic insurance with conventional insurance products and business models.
Each module and sessions will include practical examples and cases as well as with regular intervals group and/or individual works to be performed often centered around a particular issue, opportunity or factual setting. Participants are encouraged to bring work related questions, issues and thoughts into the debates.
Islamic Finance Academy is taught by Professor Luc Nijs, a renowned industry expert and a professor at the Riga Graduate School of Law in Latvia. His lectures and research focuses on corporate and financial strategies for emerging markets, in particular the relationship between investment strategies and returns and the impact of country context and institutional voids on returns. He is also responsible for the emerging markets portfolio management and emerging markets PE & VC course and provides extensive executive coaching, training and consulting.
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About Euromoney Training:
Euromoney Training is part of Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, listed on the London Stock Exchange and a member of the FTSE-250 share index. It is a leading international business-to-business media group focused primarily on the international finance sector. It publishes more than 100 magazines, newsletters and journals, including the leading financial market titles Euromoney and Institutional Investor. It also runs an extensive portfolio of conferences, seminars and training courses and is a leading provider of electronic information and data covering international finance and emerging markets. Its main offices are located in London, New York and Hong Kong and nearly half its revenues and profits are derived from the United States. Please visit our website for the latest information on these: http://www.euromoneytraining.com/middleeast
For more information, please contact
Regional Marketing Manager
Euromoney Training EMEA
Public, Sponsored & In-House Financial Training
Tel: +44 207 779 8265
Fax: +44 207 779 8140
EuromoneyTraining Middle East
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