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Appreciating the Takaful value proposition built on strong Shariah fundamentals

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Programme Title: Appreciating the Takaful value proposition built on strong Shariah fundamentals
Target Audience: Executives and above
Programme Duration: Two Days
Medium of instructions: English

The global Islamic Finance industry grows by leaps and bounds annually. Without a shadow of doubt, the growth is continuing to put tremendous pressures on the human capital supply chain to support the various components of Islamic Finance. Other pressures take form in terms of traditional/non-traditional competition, tightening regulations, capital constraints etc

All of the above and more are affecting the growth of the Takaful industry both locally and globally. This programme tackles Takaful within this context and aim to develop current understanding and upskill participants in Takaful keeping in mind of the tremendous growth potential

The two day program lays a heavy emphasis on the Shariah as the basis of Islamic finance but more so on the Shariah emphasis on values such as mutual cooperation, helping others that have been identified with the original basis of Takaful. This will be inculcated besides covering the technical/operational aspects of Takaful. This is with the view of developing an ethical outlook thus enhancing the appeal to customers deemed central to marketing success.

The program principally covers Takaful, through inception to current developments. It looks at Takaful as a business and social phenomenon, focussed on enhancing value and deepening customer relationship.

The programme aims to cover the following areas:

  • The Shariah as the basis of the Takaful business
  • The business, operational and technical aspects of Takaful versus Insurance
  • Products and services available in Takaful
  • The future of Takaful in light of developments in attitudes, perception of Islam

  1. Understand, able to articulate the Shariah, its sources, contracts applicable to Islamic finance.

  2. Understand, able to explain and link the Shariah back to the business of Takaful.

  3. Understand, able to articulate the operational workings of Takaful and contrast this to insurance.

  4. Understand why is Takaful better than insurance for the customers.
  5. Understand, able to explain and discuss the prospects of Takaful taking into account current developments.

By the end of the programme the participants will be able to understand and articulate the value proposition of Takaful and linked this to the Shariah. They will also be able to contrast Takaful versus conventional insurance

Please email your enquiry to cep@inceif.org

or Contact:

Mr. Azrul Amir + 603 7651 4174

Ms. Intan Zalina + 603 7651 4053

Contact Us

International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF)
Lorong Universiti A,
71800, Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
MALAYSIA

Name: Mr.Azrul Amin     Phone: + 603 7651 4174
Name: Ms.Intan Zalina    Phone: + 603 7651 4053
Email: cep@inceif.org

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  • Bank Negara Malaysia
  • Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA)
  • International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance
  • Securities Commission Malaysia (SC)
  • Shariah Advisory Council
  • Chartered Institute of Islamic Finance Professionals
  • Malaysia International Islamic Financial Centre (MIFC)
  • Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia