18 Ramadan: Capitalizing on the Future

If you are familiar with the terms sukuk, Islamic unit trusts, or Islamic traded fund, chances are you have been involved or exposed to Islamic Capital Market. Today, the demand for Shariah-compliant instruments in this sector have grown tremendously, but there is a talent gap for knowledgeable and competent operators who can speak about these instruments at length. There is a future for you, if you invest in knowledge within the Islamic Capital Market industry.

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The Associate Qualification in Islamic Finance (AQIF) is designed specifically for meeting industry’s needs and standards. AQIF is developed to equip and assist working adults as well as industry practitioners in enhancing their competencies, skills and knowledge in Islamic finance.

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Acquire basic knowledge of Shariah, the requirements of Mualamat contracts and the differences between Islamic and Conventional Finance;
  • Apply various Shariah contracts commonly applied in mainstream Islamic finance products and services;
  • Understand the fundamental knowledge of ethics from Islamic perspective and its relation to Islamic finance;
  • Understand the principles of Islamic law and other regulatory framework that govern the Islamic Financial system; and
  • Identify the basic components in contemporary Islamic Architecture.

Successful candidates will be awarded the AQIF certification.

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