Islamic Finance and Capital Markets: Structure and Trading of Sukuk

Islamic Finance and Capital Markets: Structure and Trading of Sukuk

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Syllabus

Week 1 - Innovations in Islamic Markets

  • Introductory overview of Islamic finance and capital markets
  • Key Innovative Activities Shaping Financial Markets
  • The Islamic Financial System and Financial Engineering
  • Derivatives and the Islamic Financial Markets
  • Historical Financial Innovation in Islamic Finance
  • Scope of Islamic Financial Engineering
  • Approaches for Financial Innovation in Islamic Finance
  • Challenges to Innovation in Islamic Markets

Week 2 - Securitisation in Islamic Finance

  • Sukuk as a Sharī‘ah-Compliant Instrument
  • Framework for an Islamic Capital Market
  • Securitisation and Sukuk
  • More about Sukuk
  • Advantages and Pricing of Sukuk
  • Parties in a Sukuk Issue

Week 3 - Structure of Sukuk

  • Chapter Introduction
  • Classes of Securitised Papers
  • The SPV
  • Types of Permissible Sukuk

Week 4 – Categories of Sukuk

  • Muqaradah or Mudarabah Sukuk
  • Musharakah Sukuk
  • Basics of Ijarah Sukuk
  • Aspects of Ownership, Rent and Expenses
  • Basics of Salam Sukuk
  • Istisna‘a Sukuk
  • Murabaha Sukuk
  • Mixed Sukuk

Prerequisite

None.

Instructors

Ahmed Iskanderani
Former Director, Islamic Finance Capacity Development
The Islamic Research and Training Institute

Yahya Aleem ur Rehman
Lead Islamic Finance Specialist
Islamic Development Bank Group

Khalifa M. Ali Hassanain
Senior Economist
The Islamic Research and Training Institute

Abdullahi Mohamed
Shari’ah (Islamic Law) expert

Azmi Omar
Former Director General
The Islamic Research and Training Institute

Conor Damien Murphy
Former Manager, Corporate Audit Division, Group Internal Audit Department
Islamic Development Bank

Abdul Ghafar Ismail
Former Head of Research Division
Islamic Research and Training Institute

Turkhan Ali Abdul Manap
Senior Economist
Islamic Research and Training Institute

Editor

The Islamic Research and Training Institute

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