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تعلن الأكاديمية الدولية للتدريب والتطوير عن دورة


 

Sukuk Financing for Projects and Infrastructure

الصكوك التمويلية

للإستفسار

00447888883113

Course Information

Date and time: 24-27 August 2015 from 9:00am to 5:00pm (4 days)

Location: Cumberland hotel. London

 

 

Course Outlines - Click here to download the 4 days course outlines

Course Objectives

  • Recognise the different between Sukuk and Bonds.
  • Providing participants with basic concepts of Investment Sukuk.
  • Enable participants to understand required procedures for issuing Sukuk and know who are the related parties by studying different cases

 

Course contents

The course will require delegates to undertake exercises based on real-life transactions.

 

  • Definition of Investment Sukuk.
  • Shariah Aspects of Sukuk.
  • Differences between Sukuk and Bonds.
  • Practical case studies for different types of Sukuk (Murabaha, Ijara, Salam, Isti'sna, Mudharaba and Musharaka)
  • Understand important regulatory, insurance, ratings and risk issues

 

Course Background


Islamic finance considers a faster player in finance industry which is estimated in 2014 to exceed US$ one trillion in value, while growing at about 15% per annum. The use of Sukuk (Islamic bonds and asset securitisations) to access the financing side of capital markets, and as a backbone element in the development of Islamic capital markets, is one of the fastest growing areas of Islamic finance. Most issuances to date have been bond structures that are ultimately dependent upon a sovereign credit. However, the use of Sukuk is rapidly expanding into other areas, including

 

 

  1. Project, infrastructure and real estate financings;
  2. Corporate financings;
  3. Investment funds of all types; and
  4. True asset securitisations.

 

 

Illustrative of the perceived importance of Sukuk to the field of Islamic finance, AAOIFI issue a standard on Sukuk investment and reveal of 14 types of Sukuk models.


The aim of this course is to familiarise individuals practising in Islamic finance and those practising in conventional finance with the principles, structures, and methodologies of, and practical transactional issues relating to the use of, Sukuk in modern Islamic finance. That will also entail familiarisation with the various structures that underline Sukuk, including the Ijara (lease), Musharaka (joint venture), Mudharaba (service-capital joint venture), Murabaha (sale at a mark-up) and others.

 

Who Should Attend?

The following people, in both the Islamic finance and the conventional finance industries, should find this course of particular interest:

 

  • Bankers
  • Lawyers
  • Investment bankers
  • Export Credit Agency officers
  • Multilateral lenders
  • Special operations officers, including bankruptcy and work-out officers
  • Project, infrastructure and real estate developers
  • Government agency officers associated with project, infrastructure and real estate developments
  • Construction contractors
  • Equipment suppliers
  • Oil and gas, petrochemical, electricity and other energy professionals
  • Aircraft, vessel, rail and other transportation professionals
  • Securities and capital markets regulators
  • Investors, including Shariah-compliant investors
  • Fund managers and asset managers
  • Private equity professionals
  • Treasurers and corporate finance professionals
  • Entities involved in asset securitisations
  • Insurers
  • Finance lawyers
  • Accountants
  • Economics and finance students
  • Islamic Finance specialists
  • Researchers

 

Course Instructor

Dr Sadiq Mohammed Hammad Mohammedain

Shariah scholar and PhD in Comparative Jurisprudence and he is a Shari’ah board member in selected Islamic

institutions. Dr Sadiq is an Islamic finance researcher and Sukuk expert. He has a rich working experience in Islamic Finance developing products more than 20 years in GCC financial market. He reviewed several Sukuk decoumets from Shriah and law perspective. He is a certified trainer in different training centres and trainer at the Institute of Banking (SAMA), Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency. He publishes and speaks throughout the world on Islamic finance and project finance.

 

Course Information and Registration

Fee

The cost of the course will in GBP as follows:

 

  • £1590 (normal fee)
  • £1050 (Early bird) before 17 Aug 2015
  • £850 (3+ Groups)
  • £900 (students)

 

Venue

Cumberland Hotel, Great Cumberland Place, London, W1H 7D

Registration

To register please use ITDA online payment via the link below

 

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