ENSURING EFFECTIVE REGULATION OF ISLAMIC BANKS

 

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

This 5-day programme will provide insights on the landscape of the global Islamic banking industry, Shari’ah governance framework as the underlying fundamentals and approaches for effective regulation and supervision of Islamic banks. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to: 

  • Identify different Islamic banking practices across different jurisdictions
  • Link expectations of Shari’ah Governance with measures for Shari’ah Risk Management
  • Analyse issues and challenges in key regulatory areas pertinent to Islamic banking
  • Discuss key supervisory issues of Islamic Banking institutions

CONTENT

  • Overview of the global Islamic banking and finance industry including Malaysia
  • Shari’ah governance framework for Islamic banks – International Standards and global practices
  • Ensuring end-to-end Shari’ah compliance in Islamic banks
  • Approaches for effective regulation and supervision of Islamic banks

DELIVERY METHODOLOGY

  • Presentations, case studies and research findings
  • Discussions by participants and sharing of experience by subject matter experts comprising academicians, regulators and industry practitioners

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Officials from central banks and regulatory agencies involved in developing policies and regulation for Islamic banks.
  • Applicants are expected to have working knowledge of the application of Shari’ah principles in Islamic banking activities and contracts. The programme is suitable for participants from countries that currently have Islamic banking operation.