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FNB 405 - Regulation and Supervision of Islamic Banks

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
FNB 405 25 August 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 22 September 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 20 October 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 17 November 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 15 December 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 05 January 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 02 February 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 29 March 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 26 April 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 31 May 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 21 June 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 19 July 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 16 August 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 13 September 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 11 October 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 08 November 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
FNB 405 06 December 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 2950 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

The main objective of this course is to provide the participants with a comprehensive understanding of the prudential regulation and supervision of Islamic Banks considering their unique characteristics. It discusses the international banking standards from Basel Committee and IFSB and analyses the country approaches to regulating and supervising Islamic banks. The course identifies the various type of risks associated with Islamic banking and explains the supervisory processes including Shari’ah governance, consumer and investor protection and stress testing. The course also teaches the main components of the Basel III principles with their effects on Islamic Banks and examines the financial safety nets and resolution of Islamic banks through case studies particularly on deposit insurance schemes and liquidity management facilities by central banks.

Course Objectives

  • Broad understanding of the prudential regulation and supervision of Islamic banks both in the international and national level
  • Learning the management of unique risks in Islamic banks
  • Analyzing Basel III and IFSB 15 capital adequacy requirements 
  • Understanding the supervisory process including Shari’ah governance, consumer and investor protection and stress-testing
  • Discovering the new approaches on deposit insurance, central bank liquidity facilities and resolution 

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Regulation and supervision of Islamic banks: objectives, principles, components and models
  • Legal foundations for regulation and supervision of Islamic banks
  • Understanding the balance sheet and income statement of Islamic banks 
  • Prudential standards and regulations for Islamic banks
  • Country approaches to regulating and supervising Islamic banks 

Day 2

  • Risk exposures to Islamic banks
  • Risk management in Islamic finance: risk sharing vs. risk transferring
  • Application of conventional risks to Islamic banks
  • Unique risks for Islamic banks
  • Key risks in main Islamic financial products

Day 3

  • Basel III Principles and IFSB 15
  • New capital definitions
  • Capital buffers
  • Liquidity and leverage ratios
  • Calculation of capital adequacy requirement for Islamic banks

Day 4

  • Off-site surveillance and on-site examination of Islamic banks
  • Regulation of corporate and sharia governance in Islamic banks
  • Consumer protection, investor protection and market conduct
  • Stress-testing Islamic banks 
  • Challenges and capacity building for regulators and supervisors

Day 5

  • Financial soundness indicators for Islamic banks 
  • Deposit insurance schemes for Islamic banks
  • Islamic perspective on lender of last resort (LOLR)
  • Instruments by central banks as LOLR
  • Resolution of distressed Islamic banks