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Risk Management for Islamic Banks: Taking stock of risk as a mean to enhance value for the business

PROGRAM DETAILS

Programme Title: Risk Management for Islamic Banks: Taking stock of risk as a mean to enhance value for the business
Target Audience: Executives and above
Programme Duration: Two Days
Medium of instructions: English

Surpassing half a century of development, Islamic banking and banking activities dominates the current landscape of the Islamic finance industry. The flipside to the development is the increased risks faced by Islamic banks in terms of both the width and depth of what constitutes risk.

With the current uncertainties arising out of the global economic conditions, it is imperative for Islamic banks to refresh their current understanding of risk, review their risk management approaches in light of their current business strategies and other demands on the business.

The two day program sharpens and develops participants understanding of ICM/Sukuk through lectures, discussions and case studies. This is with the view of developing a critical and innovative outlook amongst the participants which are must needed skill & attitude in approaching the ICM discipline.

The program principally covers risk, from typology to processes. It looks into pertinent risk issues to Islamic banks namely on capital, capital allocation, on liquidity, on compliance to Basel II/Basel III and also arising out through the modality of Islamic banking through introduction of new laws, guidelines and directives often tied to enhancing both Corporate and Shariah Governance in Islamic banks.

The programme aims to cover the following areas:

  • The Shariah perspective on risk, on risk taking behavior and appetite applied to the business of Islamic banks
  • The foundations and basis of conduct within the current framework of Corporate and Shariah Governance
  • Typology of risks unique to the business of Islamic banks highlighting areas of concern
  • Risk management techniques, processes and instruments that are used in mitigating various types of risks faced by Islamic banks
  • Shariah risk management and compliance

  1. Understand and able to articulate the Shariah perspective on risk, on risk taking behavior and discuss risk appetite of Islamic banks

  2. Understand and able to link risk and risk management to the governance of Islamic banks under the respective Corporate or Shariah Governance framework

  3. Understand and critically discuss critical success factors (CSF) in running the business namely on the role of capital, managing capital, managing liquidity and sources or funds

  4. Understand the current and specific concerns of Islamic banks in terms of the structure of its balance sheet, on distinguishing the role of investment Vis a vis deposits as a major influence to its bottom line and lastly to address and acknowledge the important of managing Shariah non-compliance risk (SNCR)

By the end of the programme the participants will be able to critically identify risk and risk management as a major concern which needs to be pro-actively managed to protect and enhance the value proposition offered by Islamic banks either from the Shariah perspective or in terms of the business offerings in terms of their products and services.

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