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EVENTS
Amanie Advisors
Conversion Process Towards Becoming an Islamic Financial Institution
18 Sep 2017 - 20 Sep 2017
09:00 am - 05:00 pm
Sasana Kijang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

Learning Objectives

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
  • Identify critical Shariah and operation issues in the conversion process.
  • Ascertain the proper steps and measures towards conversion.
  • Examine the real experience or case of a conversion.
Content Coverage
  • Shariah standards, parameters and guidance on conversion.
  • Nature and scale of conversion.
  • Management of post conversion issues.
  • Critical success and failure factors of conversion.
  • Duty of oversight and compliance.
Learning Methodology

A blend of presentations, case studies and group exercises.

While drawing from the Malaysian experience, participants are also expected to contribute actively from their countries' experiences during the programme.

Target Audience

Officials from central banks, regulatory agencies or government ministries involved in the development of Islamic finance industry and regulatory framework for Islamic banks.

Language

The programme will be conducted in English and due to the heterogeneous composition of the audience, representing numerous countries, regions and languages, no translation will be offered. Therefore applicants must be sufficiently fluent in English.

Fees

USD1,000 per person, payable to Amanie Academy.

Participants are responsible to make their own travel and accommodations arrangements.

About the Training Institution

Amanie Academy, the talent development arm of Amanie Group, was established to develop talents and human capacity building programmes, to support the demand and requirements of quality and skilful talents in Islamic finance, due to the dynamic growth and increasing acceptance of Islamic Finance and Banking system, locally and globally.

Closing Date: 4 August 2017

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http://if-cpifi.strikingly.com/
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