Islamic Finance

Some articles on finance, islamic finance, islamic:

Abbas Mirakhor - Notable Books
... Risk Sharing in Finance The Islamic Finance Alternative, Zamir Iqbal, Abbas Mirakhor, Hossein Askari, Noureddine Krichene, 2011 An Introduction to Islamic Finance Theory and Practice ... Khan, 2005 Theoretical Studies in Islamic Banking and Finance (1st Edition), Abbas Mirakhor (Editor), Mohsin S ... Khan, 1988 Islamic Banking, Abbas Mirakhor, Zubair Iqbal, 1987 ...
Ecole Supérieure Des Affaires - Academics - Programs and Degrees
... Specialized Master in Finance Specialized Master in Marketing The specialized Master in Marketing is an 18 months program part-time program ... Rotterdam School of Management Islamic Finance The ESA developed the Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ) as a result of a joint initiative between the Securities Investment Institute ... The IFQ provides the first international benchmark in the area of Islamic finance ...
Monash University Malaysia Campus - Academics - Conferences
2008, the campus hosted the 6th International Islamic Finance Conference, which has emerged as an important international platform for the sharing of knowledge in Islamic finance ... will offer participants wide perspectives on developments in Islamic finance, in areas like Islamic Finance Law, Taxation, recent legal developments in the field, rating mechanisms, takaful, sukuk and other ... organised by Monash University and the Institut Bank-Bank Malaysia Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia ...
Iqbal Khan (banker)
... Khan is also a board member of Brunei Islamic Development Bank in Brunei Darussalam and Waqf Trust Services Limited in Dubai, United Arab Emirates ... held the position of Global Head of Islamic Finance for Citibank and prior to that was a Senior Investment Banker in Bahrain and London ... Khan is a founding member of the Harvard Islamic Finance Project at the Harvard University ...

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