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  1. 1. Two Days Specialized Training Workshop onIslamic Micro/Rural Finance 05 & 06 March 2010 Marriott Hotel, Karachi
  2. 2. AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics (CIBE); A pioneering effort to promote Islamic Banking and Finance inMasses through Advisory, Education, Training, Awareness Islamic Microfinance Product Development and Publications,with a view to support, sustain, spread and supplement SBP and Govt. Initiatives.Since, no institution or organization was involved in providing Advisory & Training in the field of Islamic Banking &Finance in Pakistan, AlHuda-CIBE has come up to promote this pioneer effort and beyond as well. We have so farorganized 300 Training Sessions/Workshops on Islamic Banking, Finance, Takaful & Sukuk all over the Pakistan, mainlyin Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad/Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Multan, Faisalabad, Hyderabad, Gujranwala, Mirpur (AJK) &Quetta and as well as Internationally in South Africa, Kazakhstan, UAE, Russia, Kenya, KSA etc.Prime aim of such activities is to cultivate and understand the spiritual and intellectual heritage of Islam with its contributionto Organization and Management of Business & Finance. AlHuda-CIBE seeks to create a new generation of Businessleaders, managers, academicians & researchers in this field of Islamic Banking and Finance.AlHuda CIBE is also working with 12 International Institutions as a partner for the development of Islamic Banking andFinance. We also publish a Bi-Monthly Online Magazine and Bi-Monthly Printed Magazine for the better awareness ofIslamic Banking and Finance.It is widely acknowledged factor that Islamic Microfinance is one of the fastest emergent area of Microfinance Industry.Although many organisations offer Islamic Microfinance awareness programs but AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking andEconomics is the only organization to serve Islamic Microfinance in detail by conducting workshops, trainings andawareness programs etc. In this connection, AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics is pleased to offer acomprehensive 2 days Training workshop on “Islamic Micro/Rural Finance” to provide latest knowledge and to introducelatest trends pertaining to Microfinance sector. Mufti Najeeb Khan Qazi Shoaib Ahmed Mr. Mujeeb Baig Shariah Advisor Senior Joint Director Head of Product Development Habib Metropolitan Bank Microfinance Department Dawood Islamic Bank State Bank of Pakistan Mr. Ahmed Ali Siddiqui Capt. Jamil Akhtar Khan Mr. Azeem Pirani Mr. Zubair Mughal Head of Product Development Renowned Takaful Expert Regional Head - FWU AG CEO - AlHuda CIBE Meezan Bank Ltd. Ex. CEO- Takaful Pakistan Chief Editor True Banking
  3. 3. Fundamentals of Islamic Finance What is Islamic Finance - Basic Concept Introduction & Types of Riba Islamic Financial Products Structures & Mechanisms for Islamic Micro Finance InstitutionsIslamic Micro Finance Incidence of Poverty and Low Economic opportunity Microfinance a tool for poverty alleviation Islamic Microfinance Shariah compliant way of poverty alleviation Challenges and Opportunities for Islamic Microfinance Institutions SBP efforts for Development of Islamic Microfinance Potential of Islamic Microfinance for social Development Need of Islamic Microfinance NetworkTrade Based Mode of Financing in Islamic MicrofinanceMurabaha Islamic Law of Contracts Understanding the key concepts of Murabaha Product composition of Murabaha Practical execution in IMF SystemBai Salam & Istisna Basic rules & types of Bai Bai Salam & Parallel Salam Bai Istisna Practical implementations in IMF InstitutionsPartnership based Mode of FinanceMudaraba & Musharaka What is Mudaraba & Musharaka? Internal Product Structures Profit & Loss Distribution How can serve up IMFRental Based Products practiced in Islamic MicrofinanceIjarah Ijarah as the alternative of Conventional Lease Product structure of Ijarah financing Rental Mechanism & Practicing in IMF instructionsDiminishing Musharaka Concept and Definition Determination of Rental Mechanism Unit Sale Mechanism DM as Micro Housing FinanceZakhat & Awqaf for Poverty AlleviationIslamic Microfinance Bank ModelMicro & BancaTakaful Principle of Takaful business Practical aspect of Micro Takaful BancaTakaful as distribution channel for Micro TakafulSukuk What is Sukuk? Shariah Legitimacy of Sukuk Sukuk for Microfinance SectorInnovation and Development inIslamic Microfinance Sector Technological Integration in Islamic Microfinance Sector Innovative Products for Islamic Microfinance Sector Web base Islamic Microfinance – A new Approach International Trends of Islamic Microfinance - Case Study Funding Sources of Islamic Microfinance How IMF is beneficial for donors agencies
  4. 4. Introduces Islamic Microfinance Help DeskVision and MissionAlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics (CIBE) is a pioneer organization committed to facilitate andstrengthened Microfinance Industry through Shariah Compliant Product Development, Innovation,standardization and Technical & Shariah expertise.The basic purpose of Islamic Microfinance Help Desk is to coordinate the Poverty Alleviation Factors throughIslamic Financial methodology for the broader prospects of social well being.Structure Development for Islamic Islamic Microfinance Microfinance Product Development Shariah Advisory Shariah Compliant Solution for Microf inance Shariah Audit & Review Training & Capacity Building Islamic Microfinance Publications of Islamic Documentations Microfinance Networking and Awareness ALHUDA CENTRE OF ISLAMIC BANKING AND ECONOMICS Head Office: Karachi Office: 192-Ahmed Block, New Garden, Office # 301, 3rd Floor, Al-Falah Court, Town, Lahore- Pakistan I.I. Chundrigar Road, Karachi-Pakistan Tel: +92-42-35913096-98 , 8407850, 35858990 Tel: +92-21-34254262 , 32210811 Fax: +92-42-35913056 Fax: +92-21-32210731 Email: - Website: