Exposure Visit & Executive Training on

Basics and Practical Aspects of Islamic Banking and Finance

18 - 22 August, 2024 at Manama, Bahrain

Exposure Visit & Executive Training on

Basics and Practical Aspects of Islamic Banking and Finance

18 - 22 August, 2024 at Manama, Bahrain

Event Summary

About AlHuda Center of Islamic Banking & Economics

Towards the pursuance of our goal to promote Islamic Banking and Finance all over the globe, AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics is working diligently since 2005. AlHuda CIBE has been acknowledged as a distinguished service provider due to our notable services, team of dedicated professionals and one stop solutions of Islamic Banking and Finance. Our aim is to provide state-of-the-art services of Islamic banking and finance. We are proud to be prominent for our Advisory and consultancy, research and development, education and capacity building, Shariah advisory, publication and events all over the world.

AlHuda CIBE is supported by many national and international organizations and institutions as Strategic Partners support and our Alumni have spread over 100 countries. We are proud to stand among world's largest presences for capacity building, trainings, consultancy and other services.


We offer the following services in the field of Islamic Banking and Finance:

• Advisory & Consultancy
• Education, Training & Capacity building
• International conferences and workshops on Islamic finance
• Research and Islamic Financial Product Development
• Shariah Audit and Advisory
• Publications

About Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions(AAOIFI)

AAOIFI, established in 1991 and based in Bahrain, is the leading international not-for-profit organization primarily responsible for development and issuance of standards for the global Islamic finance industry. It has issued a total of 100 standards in the areas of Shariah, accounting, auditing, ethics and governance for international Islamic finance. It is supported by a number of institutional members, including central banks and regulatory authorities, financial institutions, accounting and auditing firms, and legal firms, from over 45 countries. Its standards are currently followed by all the leading Islamic financial institutions across the world and have introduced a progressive degree of harmonisation of international Islamic finance practices. Website: https://aaoifi.com/

About Islamic Finance Industry:

The global Islamic finance industry grew year-on-year to USD 4 trillion, in assets in 2022, based on figures reported for 56 countries, mostly in the Middle East and South and Southeast Asia. Iran, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia remain the largest Islamic finance markets in terms of assets, while Cyprus, Nigeria and Australia saw the most rapid growth. Malaysia, Bahrain and the UAE again led the 131 countries assessed in terms of the Islamic Finance Development Indicator score, which aggregates indicator scores for Quantitative Development, Knowledge, Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Awareness. The crowned emerging Islamic finance markets which had most improvements in their financial and supporting ecosystems include Iraq, Suriname, Nigeria and Ethiopia. Many Islamic financial institutions are working worldwide as per the blow picture.

Digitalization has emerged as a major trend across different sectors of the Islamic finance industry, just as it is similarly shaking up the global financial system. Taking into consideration the performance of each sector of the Islamic finance industry and the development of its surrounding ecosystem, the report sees potential for the industry to grow USD 6 trillion by 2026 in terms of assets. Islamic finance industry is segmented as per below:

Exposure Visit & Executive Training on Basics and Practical Aspects of Islamic Banking and Finance

Exposure Visit:

  • Exposure visit is a tool that is used to facilitate the professionals’ learning through interactive industry visits. The exposure visit involves two or more parties where one is learning from the other. It promotes issues of good practices and a process of building on underlying concepts. Our arrangements for exposure visit will assist the professionals to be inculcated by the practical knowledge of different segment of Islamic finance industry; which involves Islamic banking, Takaful, Islamic leasing, Sukuk and other Islamic financial markets exposure. It also will include Islamic Finance education provider top ranked university.

*These will be the tentative industry program and may vary slightly.

Exposure Visit Tentative Agenda:

  • General Council for Islamic Banks and Financial Institution (CIBAFI)
  • Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions(AAOIFI)
  • Islamic International Rating Agency (IIRA)
  • International Islamic Financial Market (IIFM)
  • Citi Islamic Bank and Regulators
  • Executive Training (20–21 August, 2024)
  • City Tour (22 August, 2024)

Training Contents

Exposure Visit & Executive Training on Basics and Practical Aspects of Islamic Banking and Finance

Key Objective of Exposure Visit

  • Promote the Awareness of Islamic banking and Finance
  • Recognize the Islamic banking and Finance as sustainable financial solution
  • A milestone of strengthening Islamic Banking and Finance Human Resource
  • A platform to discover best successful practices in the industry
  • Learn winning strategies from the experts of the forefront of the Islamic finance industry

Benefits of Attending:

  • A platform to discover best successful practices in the industry
  • Chance to explore new horizon of Islamic Finance industry.
  • Enhance your understanding of the complexities of Islamic banking and finance products’ structure and how it can leverage to add to your portfolio.
  • Provides a guarantee that your organization will ideally be positioned to meet challenges and to capitalize the opportunities.
  • Ensure the sustainable growth of your institution in the future.
  • Learn winning strategies from the industry experts of the forefront of the Islamic banking and financial industry.

Who Should Attend?

  • Conventional, Islamic banks and Islamic financial institutions
  • Retail, Corporate, SME and Treasury Bankers
  • Financial Consultants
  • Fund Managers and Selectors
  • Islamic Microfinance Banks, Institutes and support programs
  • Government Officials and Representatives
  • Financial Consultants and Advisors
  • Economists and Policy Makers
  • Stock Brokers and Shareholders
  • Financial Market Regulators
  • Financial Controllers and Account Managers
  • Academia and Researchers
Contact Info
contact us
AlHuda CIBE FZ LLE - U.A.E (Advisory, Consulting & Capacity Building)
P.O. Box 120867, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.