Islamic Banking Course
|Islamic Banking Course|
Bank of Tanzania Training Institute in Collaboration with Professional Consultants and Trainers, PCT Group and Dhow Financial Ltd.
International Islamic Banking Trainer
Prof. Dr. Khalil Al Shamma, Chairman,
Board of Directors, PCT, Amman, Jordan.
The goal of this seminar is to provide financial professionals in Tanzania with Islamic Banking and Finance training on Islamic Banking products, management, and financial contracts program.
- Deepen the understanding of Islamic Banking in Tanzania.
- The programme will offer participants a hands-on experience based on case studies in Islamic products and structuring.
Who are to Attend
This intensive seminar will benefit any professional who will be required to work in or expects to work in Islamic Banking or originate, underwrite or manage the activities of an Islamic banking window/branch. This seminar is a useful training session for;
- Commercial Banks (with or without Islamic banking window) represented by Senior Officials, Board members, Advisors on Islamic banking, other officials responsible for Islamic banking products.
- Pension Funds – Investment Officers
- Individuals with interest in Islamic Banking and Finance
February 21th – 23rd February 2012 (3 days)
The Bank of Tanzania Training Institute
VENUE: Bank of Tanzania, HQ, Dar es Salaam
TZS 850,000.00 per participant to cover tuition, seminar materials, lunches and refreshments for 3 days, payable to Dhow Financial Ltd.
MODE OF APPLICATION
Please send by fax or email a duly filled registration form (attached) to
Bank of Tanzania Training Institute
P.O. Box 131 Capri-Point
Prof. Mohamed H. Warsame (PhD, CPA, CFA)
Dhow Financial Ltd.
Tel: +255 22 212-4833/ +255 756 981768
Fax: +255 22 212-4801
Click HERE to download the Registration Form (PDF)
To effectively facilitate the development of Central Banking knowledge and skills commensurate with the Bank of Tanzania objectives.
Grow into a superior and dynamic Training Institution of excellence that promotes effectiveness of the role of the Central Banking Functions.