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Two Days Specialized Training Workshop on Islamic Microfinance


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AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking & Economics is going to organize “Two Days Specialized Training Workshop on Islamic Microfinance” planned to be held on 20th – 21st January, 2014 at Amman - …

AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking & Economics is going to organize “Two Days Specialized Training Workshop on Islamic Microfinance” planned to be held on 20th – 21st January, 2014 at Amman - Jordan.

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  • 1. Islamic Microfinance An Incredible Tool to Alleviate Poverty
  • 2. AlHuda CIBE is now firmly established in Islamic Financial market, working in the field of Islamic Banking & Finance for the last seven years dedicatedly. It has built up a range of excellent services to advance the company's core competences in the promotion of Islamic Banking & Finance into the masses through Advisory & Consultancy, Education & Trainings, Product Development & Publications, Conferences, Workshop and Awareness. To meet the exacting requirements, AlHuda CIBE has established a division called Center of Excellence in Islamic Microfinance to facilitate and strengthen the Microfinance Industry through Islamic Microfinance Product Development, Innovation, Standardization and provision of technical & Shari'ah expertise. Jordan is considered as one of the Arab World's most cosmopolitan countries, estimated at 6.05 million Inhabitants. Islam is the official religion of Jordan and more than 92% of the population is Sunni Muslim. Islamic Microfinance is escalating all around the world especially in Arab countries. Islamic Microfinance not only facilitates and strengthens Microfinance Institutes with its effective services; it is an ideal tool for Poverty alleviation. This training will provide complete edification of Islamic Microfinance which will be proved very beneficial in the emerging market of Jordan and also it creates an opportunity for those Muslims who wish to uplift their living standard according to Shari’ah mode but refuse to accept interest based financial services from Microfinance institutions.
  • 3. A Glance on Islamic Finance • Riba and Prohibition of Riba • Economic Rationale for Prohibition of Riba. • Difference between Islamic Finance & Conventional Finance Mechanism • Development of Islamic Finance in Jordan Shari'ah Foundation and Applications of Islamic Microfinance • Conceptual Framework of Islamic microfinance • Islamic Microfinance – Characteristics • Sustainability, outreach and Problems pertaining to microfinance system Microfinance & its Product Mechanism • Islamic Micro Finance as effective tool of poverty alleviation • Islamic Micro Financial Products Mechanisms & Compatibility with Conventional Microfinance Products • Trade Based Modes of Islamic Microfinance (Murabaha, Salam, Istisna etc.) • Mechanism of Trade Based Product (Murabaha, Salam & Istisna) Islamic Microfinance Products • Partnership based of Islamic Microfinance (Mudarabah & Musharakah) • Rental Based Mechanism/Products of Islamic Microfinance (Ijarah & Diminishing Musharakah) • Application of Partnership & Rental based modes in Islamic Microfinance Different Models & Deposit Management in Islamic Microfinance • Definitions, Concept & Uses of Waqf, Qarz-e-Hassan, Cooperatives & Zakat in Islamic Microfinance system • Liability (Deposit) Management Techniques for Islamic Microfinance • Product Development for Islamic Microfinance Institutions. • Development of Islamic Microfinance in Jordan - A Case Study Micro Takaful (Islamic Micro Insurance) & Risk Mitigation • Definition of Micro Takaful. How MicroTakaful products works with Islamic Microfinance • Structure, Operation and Performance of Micro Takaful for Poverty Alleviation • Opportunities and Challenges of Micro Takaful in Islamic Microfinance
  • 4. Qazi Abdul Samad is a skilled professional with proficiency in Shari'ah advisory, in-depth knowledge of Shari'ah Microfinance, innovative, commitment & pro-active approach to work, strong communications & analytical skills and able to manage and train others. Currently, he is working as a Shari'ah advisor of The bank of Khyber-Pakistan. He is also a visiting lecturer of Islamic Financial System in Management Science Department of city university, Peshawar. He has been providing Shariah advisory and supervision to many organizations. He is an author of many articles and presented these to numerous international conferences. Muhammad Zubair Mughal is a passionate and hardworking individual with a strategic vision on Islamic Microfinance. He is a skilled professional of Islamic Microfinance and an ardent learner of Islamic Microfinance and Islamic Micro Insurance with excellent speaking and training skills. He has 10 years of strong professional background on Islamic Banking & Finance. He has privileged to develop many Islamic Microfinance Products utilized in Pakistan, Middle East and Africa. Also, he has presented the research papers on Islamic Microfinance in many international conferences all around the world.
  • 5. Islamic Microfinance An Incredible Tool to Alleviate Poverty
  • 6. Registration Form Please complete and return by e-mail, regular mail or fax. Please note that the name you give here will be printed on participants’ list and on certificates. Mr. Ms. Mrs. Prof. Dr. First name Last name Organization Designation: Address Postal/Zip code City: Telephone: Country: Fax: E-mail: 2. Workshop Fee Workshop fees include admission to workshop sessions, tea/coffee, lunch, registration materials and Certificate. Event Name Participants Fee Two Days Specialized Training Workshop on Islamic Microfinance US $750 3. Discount Policy Five or more delegates from the same organization - 20% discount. 4. For International Trainees (Dollar Account) Beneficiary Name: Beneficiary A/C#: Bank Name: Branch Address: Bank Swift Code Corresponding Bank: Address: IBAN: Al Huda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics 0 1 – 1647086 – 0 1 Standard Chartered Bank Garden Town Branch, Lahore, Punjab – Pakistan SCBLPKKX Standard Chartered Bank One Madison ave, New York, NY 10010 – 3603. PK61SCBL0000101164708601 ** Please state the workshop name and the full name of the participant on the reverse of the cheque. Payments should be made in USD. 5. Additional Instructions Note vPayment Information Registration forms must be accompanied by full payment in order to be processed. vFull payment is due on registration vRegistration will not be confirmed until full payment has received vConfirmation Please allow 3 days for e-mail confirmation of your registration. We do not have any cancellation policy. If you are unable to attend, you may provide substitute in your place at no extra charges. v By sending this registration form, I acknowledge that I commit myself to the immediate payment of the full workshop fee. Date:_____/_____/_______ v Signature: _______________________________
  • 7. Shariah Compliance Solution for Microfinance Centre of Excellence in Islamic Microfinance Our Islamic Micro Financial Services Islamic Microfinance Product Development Training & Capacity Building Research and Innovation Shariah Advisory Networking and Awareness Publications & Reports w w w. a l h u d a c i b e . c o m / i m h d 160-B 1st Floor, New Garden Town, Lahore-Pakistan. Tel: +92-42 35913096-8 Fax: +92-42 35913056 E-mail: URL: