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Murabaha and Mudarabah Financing in Islamic Banking

Overview:

Introduction:

This training program offers a concise yet comprehensive exploration of two key financing methods within Islamic banking. Participants gain practical insights into Murabaha (cost-plus financing) and Mudarabah (profit-sharing partnership), learning how these Sharia-compliant mechanisms operate and their significance in Islamic finance.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Acquire comprehensive knowledge of the Islamic Banking System and its primary products.

  • Demonstrate proficiency in comprehending and effectively utilizing the principles of the Islamic Finance System.

  • Develop confidence in communicating with Islamic Bankers and Islamic Financial Institutions.

  • Attain qualifications suitable for employment with consulting companies providing services to Islamic Banks.

Targeted Audience:

  • Investment bankers. 

  • Auditors, risk management experts, and compliance experts.

  • Finance professionals seeking to expand their knowledge of Islamic economics and finance principles.

  • Banking professionals interested in understanding Sharia-compliant financial practices.

  • Entrepreneurs and business owners aiming to incorporate Islamic finance into their ventures.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

 Foundations of Islamic Finance:

  • Islamic Finance.

  • Principles of Islamic Banking.

  • The Role and Expansion of Islamic Banks.

Unit 2: 

Comparative Analysis of Banking Systems:

  • Comparing the Islamic and conventional banking systems.

  • Items provided by Islamic banks.

Unit 3:

Model and Structure of Murabaha Financing:

  • Murabaha.

  • Rules.

  • Step by Step Process.

  • Contract.

  • Difference from conventional banking.

Unit 4:

Mudarabah Financing Models and Structures:

  • Mudarabah.

  • Types.

  • Officials in Rabbul-Maal (Investor).

  • Investments and Costs.

Unit 5:

Islamic Treasury Products

  • Gains and losses.

  • Discontinuation.

  • Mudarabah Collective and Running.

  • Deposit Side, Asset Side.

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