Diploma in Islamic Finance is the first semester of Certified Islamic Accountant.
Islamic finance is an important aspect of the global financial system, particularly in Muslim-majority countries. The basic principles of Islamic finance are based on Shariah, which prohibits interest-based transactions and promotes risk-sharing and socially responsible investment.
One of the key benefits of Islamic finance is that it encourages equity-based financing rather than debt-based financing. This means that investors and entrepreneurs share profits and losses, which can create a more stable and sustainable financial system. Additionally, Islamic finance can promote economic development by directing investments toward productive projects that benefit society as a whole.
Module 1: Principles of Islamic Economics and Finance
Module 2: Islamic Banking Products and Operation
Module 3: Takaful & Retakaful
Module 4: Islamic Fintech
Classes and Exams will be held online.
End of each Module there will be an assessment.
Duration: 3 to 4 Months
CPD Credit: 15 Hour
Course Fee: Tk. 30,000
After completing the course, you will receive a certificate from the Institute of Strategic Management & Finance (ISMF) in the USA. Additionally, this course is accredited by the International Institute of Islamic Economics & Finance in the UK