Wednesday 22 June 1pm- 4pm Al-Maktoum College, Dundee
This workshop offers an introduction to the potential opportunities in the highly relevant and fast-evolving sector of Islamic Banking and Finance, with a focus on Islamic mortgages. The workshop aims to trace succinctly the history of Islamic mortgages in Britain. Our notable speakers will discuss the potential advantages of Islamic banking and finance in general and those of Islamic mortgage finance in particular from the perspective of British Law. In addition, we will give an independent overview of the various products and services currently available in Islamic finance law.
Who should attend? Students interested in Banking and Finance, especially in Islamic Banking and Finance; Institutions keen to create an Islamic Finance Window in their organisations; Mortgage providers; Financial advisors from various financial institutions such as banks/building societies.
Professor Malory Nye, Principal of Al-Maktoum Institute, Dundee, Scotland
Dr Alhagi Manta Drammen, Lecturer in Study of Islam and Muslims, Al-Maktoum Institute
Dr Luqman Zakariyah, Teaching Fellow in Study of Islam and Muslims, Al-Maktoum Institute
Ms Tahreem Khan, PhD Candidate, Al-Maktoum Institute
Mr Saftar Sarwar, Managing Partner of Kingdom Capital Partners LLP
After the workshop the participants:
√ will be acquainted with various opportunities in Islamic mortgage markets.
√ will acquire knowledge of terminologies commonly used in Islamic Banking and Finance especially with mortgage products.
√ will be able to spot the similarities and differences between conventional and Islamic mortgages.
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