Union of Arab Securities Authorities.



Training Program on Islamic Finance

Published on: 05-Nov-2017

The Union of Arab Securities Authorities and Jordan Securities Commission held a training program on Islamic Finance in Amman from 31 October to 02 November 2017. The training program attended by (20) trainees from the Jordan Securities Commission, Saudi Capital Markets Authority, the Syrian Commission on Financial Markets and Securities, and Morocco AMMC (Autorité Marocaine du Marché des Capitaux). In addition to Central Bank of Jordan, and a number of Jordanian entities operating in financial markets, brokerage companies and Banks. The program is designed to equip candidates with the requisite technical understanding and professional skills on Shari’ah compliance and review processes for the international Islamic banking and finance industry, and advanced knowledge on the influence of Shari’ah in a business context and prepares candidates to hold key positions in the Islamic finance; beside that this training focus on Sukuk its principles, structures, methodologies, and practical transactional issues. This program represents a part of the UASA Strategic Plan 2016 – 2020 approved by the Union Board last year. Within the framework of capacity building pillar, the plan aimed to hold series of training programs and workshops to contribute in developing the regulators’ supervisory capacities and to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness. It is worth mentioning that participants in this program will obtain a certificate of participation issued by the UASA and a professional qualification from the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment “CISI” after passing the appropriate exam.

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