IBA-CEIF launches online AAOFI Shariah standards course for local and international markets

AAOFI are international standards of Islamic Banking which are followed across the world


The Centre for Excellence in Islamic Finance (IBA-CEIF) in collaboration with Dubai Islamic Bank Pakistan Limited (DIBPL) has initiated another online Shariah Standards course for local and international markets.

AAOFI (Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions) are international standards of Islamic Banking which are followed across the world.

This course is conducted by Shahriah experts and Islamic Banking professionals.

This course addresses the core need of capacity building of religious scholars / regulators and industry professionals.  This is a unique kind of training in the world which is being provided online.

Students from across the globe like USA, Hong Kong etc as well as from various regions of Pakistan are enrolled for the said online program.

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