Executive Diploma in Islamic Banking & Finance (EDIBF)

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First Global Academy’s iBanker Program is your best approach if you’re getting into, or trying to establish yourself in the lucrative Islamic Banking and Finance industry.

Consisting of 3 tiers – Certificate, Diploma and an Executive Diploma, iBanker is structured to build competencies at different levels by teaching both theory and practical knowledge – thus preparing the students to excel in corporate and entrepreneurial settings. These programs are jointly offered by First Global Academy (FGA) and MIT Global, through an online platform with virtual classroom style to study and get qualified ‘anywhere, anytime’ in the WORLD, at your own pace and convenience.

The iBANKER programs are tried, tested and talented, have groomed talents to serve the promising and lucrative Islamic finance industry. It is your time now, to be an iBANKER, in your chosen field. Be One.

Executive Diploma in Islamic Banking & Finance (EDIBF) – Curriculum – (Continuation from CIBF & DIBF)

Chapter 1 – An Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance
Chapter 2 – Shariah Supervisory Boards (SSB)
Chapter 3 – IFQ Speed Chapter 2
Chapter 4 – IFQ Speed Chapter 2
Chapter 5 – Key Principles that Distinguish between Islamic and Conventional Banking
Chapter 6 – Islamic Commercial Ethics and Principles of Exchange
Chapter 7 – Moving from Interest Bearing to Profit and Loss Sharing
Chapter 8 – Sources and Applications of Funds
BONUS Chapter – Case Study of Profit Distribution Rates (BS&IS)
Chapter 9 – Islamic Banking Product Development Cycle
Chapter 10 – Major Islamic Finance Products
Chapter 11 – Islamic Finance for Micro & SMEs – MSMEs
Chapter 12 – Islamic Corporate Banking & Trade Finance (LCS, LGS etc.)

Chapter 13 – Islamic Investment Banking – Funds, Assets and Wealth Management
Chapter 14 – Islamic Stocks Selection Process/Mechanisms
Chapter 15 – Islamic Capital Market and Sukuk (Islamic Bonds)
Chapter 16 – Takaful (Islamic Insurance)
Chapter 17 – Islamic Corporate and Shariah Governance
Chapter 18 – Comparative Analysis of Banking Regulations & Supervision BCBS & BIS
Chapter 19 – Introduction to Risk Management and the Challenges Faced by both Islamic and Conventional Banks
Chapter 20 – Islamic Finance and the Challenges of the Digital World