The Centre for Excellence in Islamic Finance, IBA is conducting the 2nd batch of an online course on Islamic Finance for Ulama & Shari'ah Scholars to provide in-depth understanding of Islamic Financing, Economic & Banking concepts and the related Shari'ah principles governing Islamic Finance.
The course is uniquely designed to provide the participants insights to various elements of Islamic Finance together with the latest practices adopted by the Industry.
Approximately 250 participants from various parts of the country as well as international participants belonging to countries such as UAE, India, Ghana, USA, Jamaica, Bangladesh, Australia, Saudi Arabia, UK, Japan and Canada are enrolled/registered in this course including a large number of Aalima (female religious scholars). This course is being offered free of cost in order to create awareness of Islamic Banking & Finance.
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