Gain the CIMA diploma in Islamic finance in less than six months with CIMA's blended learning package
With input from leading Shari’ah academics, CIMA’s blended tuition package includes:
- Initial kick-start session.
- Online and hard copy study materials.
- Five face-to-face revision seminars in Dublin.
- Email support provided from leading Shari'ah academics.
August 2016 course
Venue: CIMA Ireland office, 5th floor, Block E, Iveagh Court, Harcourt Road, Dublin 2.
||Sat 27 Aug
|Certificate in Islamic Commercial Law
||Sat 24 Sep
|Certificate in Islamic banking and takaful
||Sat 15 Oct
|Certificate in Islamic capital market and instruments
||Sat 5 Nov
|Certificate in accounting for Islamic financial institutions
||Sat 17 Dec
The CIMA diploma in Islamic finance is comprised of four individual certificates. Upon completion of all four of these certificates you will be awarded the CDIF.
- introduction to Islamic commercial law as it relates to Islamic finance
- the sources of the Islamic commercial law including the Qur’an and the traditions of the Prophet Mohammad
- the methodologies used to solve modern problems in Islamic finance
- shari’ah compliance and the importance of the shari’ah standards.
- the developments which have taken place with regard to Islamic financial institutions and systems
- the main source of funds available to banks and how these sources are rewarded
- the various products developed by Islamic banks for their customers
- the products and services offered under takaful and issues relating to underwriting, deficits, surpluses and retakaful.
- the differences between conventional and Islamic capital markets
- the primary and secondary capital markets
- regulation within the Islamic capital market
- screening processes used in accepting/ rejecting shari’ah compliant products.
- the reporting framework and standards of Islamic financial institutions
- the analysis and classification of Islamic funding and financing transactions
- how transactions adopting different contracts of financing are reported in the Islamic financial statements
- financial accountability and shari’ah compliance of Islamic financial institutions.