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INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON ISLAMIC BANKING & FINANCE FOR ASIA - MIDDLE-EAST DIALOGUE (AMED) MEMBER COUNTRIES (SYB 217)

ICDIF LPPI


INTERNATIONAL COURSE

ON ISLAMIC BANKING & FINANCE
FOR ASIA - MIDDLE-EAST DIALOGUE (AMED) MEMBER COUNTRIES

JAKARTA, INDONESIA 

 


INTRODUCTION

The development of Islamic banking and finance experienced its dawn in the 1980’s, where it emerged only as a minor industry but with potential for growth. From a fringe industry it has evolved over time into a growing business encompassing banking, insurance and capital markets. More recently, this industry is progressing rapidly worldwide and offering an extensive range of financial products and services with approximately $1.3 trillion in designated assets. This growth increases is coupled with the establishment of 620 Islamic Financial Institutions operating in more than 75 countries and by the emergence of new players, not only in Muslim countries but also in non-Muslim countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

The International Center for Development in Islamic Finance (ICDIF), in cooperation with Bank Indonesia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is proud to hold a Course on Islamic Banking and Finance covering the most important characteristics of Islamic finance. This course has been conceived as a continuation to the Course on Islamic Banking and Finance previously held twice in Jakarta on November 2009 and October 2010 as part of the Executive Plan of Action for Cooperation among the Asia Middle East Dialogue Members. This Course will enable participants to learn the fundamentals of the Islamic banking and financial system and provide them with a broad understanding of the subject aimed to increase the wealth of their institution.


OBJECTIVES

After completion of this course, participants will understand:

  • The philosophy and concepts governing Islamic banking and finance transactions;
  • The operations of the Islamic banking and finance business, including insurance and capital market; and
  • The role of the Authority in developing the Islamic banking and finance industry.


METHODOLOGY

The Course will be highly interactive, incorporating presentations, lectures, field visit and discussions. Participants are expected to participate actively in order to gain maximum benefits from the Course.


PARTICIPANTS

This course is beneficial for anyone who wishes to learn about Islamic banking and finance transactions and for investment managers who deal with Islamic Banking and Finance products. This course is also useful for banking and financial regulators.

Due to limited capacity, only 40 successful candidates will be accepted as participants of this course are first come first serve basis.


RESOURCE PERSONS

The instructors for the Course will be practitioners and technical experts (national and International), as well as regulators from Bank Indonesia.


PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The Islamic Banking and Finance program starts in the morning and ends in the afternoon. The program is conducted for 3 (three) days in class intensively and 1 (one) day field visit.


COURSE CONTENTS

  1. Fundamentals of Islamic Banking and Finance.
  2. Funding of Islamic Bank.
  3. Financing of Islamic Bank.
  4. Fee-Based Services of Islamic Bank.
  5. Risk Management of Islamic Bank.
  6. Fund Management & Accounting in Islamic Bank.
  7. Blue Print of Islamic Banking Development in Indonesia.
  8. Islamic Insurance.
  9. Islamic Capital Market.
  10. The Sovereign Sharia Securities (SUKUK).



SPEAKERS FROM

  1. Financial Services Authority.
  2. Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia.
  3. Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia.
  4. National Sharia Board, Indonesia.
  5. Sharia Commercial Bank, Indonesia.
  6. Islamic Insurance Association, Indonesia.

 

VENUE

Bumi LPPI Campus, Jl. Kemang Raya No.35, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia


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