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IFN Morocco Forum 2017

IFN Morocco Forum 2017

As Islamic finance continues to establish footprints in new exciting markets, the first-ever IFN Morocco Forum in Casablanca will allow market players to get a better depth and understanding of this fresh market, and strategize ways to tap into the increasing awareness of Shariah compliant finance and investments in the country.

9th May 2017 – Novotel Casa City Center, Casablanca

PROGRAM

08:00–09:00 Registration
09:00–09:10 Welcome Remarks

Chairperson: Anouar Hassoune – Managing Director, Euris Group

09:10–09:25 Keynote Address

Mohammed Boussaid – Minister of Economy and Finance, Kingdom of Morocco

09:25–10:10 Mapping the Moroccan Participative Finance Ecosystem

Industry leaders provide insight on what Moroccan participative finance landscape will look like in five years and what market players and regulators will need to do to get there. How can sustainable growth be achieved in Moroccan banking and capital market sectors? What liquidity management instruments are available for the newly established banks? What is Morocco capable of achieving domestically and what is the outlook for cross-border participative finance activities?

Moderator: Anouar Hassoune – Managing Director, Euris Group
Panelists: Gonzalo Rodríguez – General Coordinator, Saudi-Spanish Center For Islamic Economics And Finance (SCIEF), IE Business School, Spain

Said Amaghdir – Chairman, Moroccan Association for Participative Finance Professionals – Shariah Compliant (AMFP)

Youssef Baghdadi – CEO, Dar Assafaa

10:10–10:25 Morocco as an Islamic Investor’s Gateway to Africa

Rachid Boumehraz – Partner, Fidaroc Grant Thornton

10:25–10:55 Coffee Break
10:55–11:40 An Audience with Newly Established Participative Banks

The heads of the newly established participative banks share their experience in acquiring banking licences, where their institutions stand at the moment and their respective strategies for increasing market share.

Panelists: Abdessamad Issami — CEO, Umnia Bank

Mohamed Maarouf – CEO, Bank al Tamweel wa al Inma (BTI)

Mohamed Tahri – Deputy Managing Director, Société Générale Maroc

Fouad Harraze – Executive Director, Strategy and Development, Crédit Agricole of Morocco

11:40–12:10 How is Participative Finance Going to Help Revitalization of Capital Markets in Morocco?

Panelists: Houda Chafil – CEO, Maghreb Titrisation

Paul McViety – Legal Director, Head of Islamic Finance, DLA Piper, the UAE

12:10–12:25 NeXt Generation Participative Finance Platform: Built by Muslims, in Morocco, for the World?
Rachid Ouaich – Managing Director, Eethiq Advisors, Luxembourg
12:25–12:55 Investors Roundtable: Outlook for the Shariah Compliant Investment Market

What role can the industry play in attracting foreign investment to Morocco? What investment climate should exist in the country to attract more foreign capital? What asset classes Morocco has to offer Shariah compliant investors?

12:55–14:00 Luncheon
14:00–14:25 Paving the Way for Takaful Industry Segment

Panelists: Mohamed Zerrei – Partner, Fidaroc Grant Thornton

Zeroual Koudama – Project Director General of Takaful, Wafa Assurance

14:25–15:00 Global Market Perspective: What is the Way Forward for the Industry in Morocco?

This panel will feature global leaders in Islamic finance industry offering their views on how Moroccan market can leverage on the experiences from established participative finance markets of Malaysia, Turkey and the Gulf.

Moderator: Mustafa Adil – Head of Islamic Finance, Thomson Reuters
Panelists: Dr Mohamed Damak – Senior Director, Global Head of Islamic Finance, Standard & Poor’s

Dr Rusen Ahmet Albayrak – Executive Vice President, Treasury & International Banking, Kuveyt Turk, Turkey

15:00 End of Forum

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Publié par le avril 23, 2017 dans Maroc

 

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MIRAS

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MIRAS est la nouvelle appellation de l’Islamic  Finance Talent Development Program – IFTDP, créé en 2012 par l’Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector – ICD, filiale de la Banque Islamique de Développement BID. Il s’agit d’un programme dual de haut niveau qui comprend 2 affectations professionnelles d’une année chacune au sein d’une division ou filiale de la BID assortie d’une formation de Master professionnel assurée par IE Business School, leader mondial dans le domaine des MBA en ligne.

Mission

Destiné à répondre aux besoins pressants en matière de ressources humaines compétentes pour l’industrie de la finance islamique en général et pour le réseau et les filiales d’ICD en particulier, l’objectif du MIRAS est de constituer un pool de jeunes cadres de la finance islamique très talentueux:

  • Capables de répondre aux exigences professionnelles actuelles et futures d’ICD.
  • A même de contribuer et d’apporter une valeur ajoutée à l’industrie de la Finance Islamique.
  • Désireux de bâtir une carrière à long terme dans le domaine de la finance et de la banque islamiques.

Objectifs

  • Fournir aux participants une expérience professionnelle opérationnelle et une exposition aux différents aspects de la finance islamique.
  • Développer le savoir requis pour maîtriser la finance islamique.
  • Développer les talents et les compétences nécessaires pour être un professionnel de la finance islamique et un cadre supérieur hautement performant.

Méthodologie

La méthodologie du programme est basée sur des techniques d’apprentissage pour adultes qui comportent :

  • Une rotation des affectations sur le lieu de travail
  • Un Master en Finance Islamique et Leadership Development
  • Coaching et parrainage
  • L’interaction avec des cadres supérieurs
  • Evaluation et feedback

Conditions générales

  • MIRAS n’est pas un point d’entrée pour faire carrière à l’ICD ou à la BID.
  • Bien que la possibilité que le lauréat intègre l’ICD ou l’une de ses filiales ne soit pas à écarter, ICD n’est pas contractuellement obligée de recruter le lauréat du MIRAS et le lauréat n’est pas tenu de travailler à ICD.
  • ICD apportera un soutien et une orientation de carrière pour aider les lauréats à trouver un emploi après l’obtention du MIRAS.

Admissibilité au programme 

Pour participer au programme, les candidats doivent remplir les conditions suivantes: 

  • MBA ou équivalent dans un domaine connexe 
  • 2-3 ans d’expérience dans la finance ou la banque 
  • Avoir moins de 33 ans 
  • Maîtriser l’une des langues de travail d’ICD :arabe, anglais ou français 
  • National et / ou citoyen d’un pays membre de la BID Groupe 
  • Excellentes compétences informatiques 
  • Potentiel de leadership 
  • Forte passion pour la finance islamique et le développement

Date limite pour les candidatures : 31/8/2017

Candidature

Pdf Télécharger la brochure

Source : Le Journal de la Finance Islamique

© RIBH. Reproduction de l’article autorisée sous réserve de conserver les liens et la signature ci-dessus.

 
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Publié par le avril 11, 2017 dans Formations

 

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Belgique : formation continue en finance islamique à Louvain School of Management – LSM

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Louvain School of Management (LSM), business school de l’Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), est la première université dans le Benelux à lancer un Executive Programme en Finance Islamique. Cette formation universitaire continue qui se déroule entièrement en anglais s’adresse aux professionnels de la finance, banquiers, avocats, experts en fiscalité, etc.

C’est tout un symbole de la part d’une université catholique, mais comme le rappelle Laurent Marlière directeur scientifique du programme et CEO de Isfin (Islamic Finance & Islamic Markets Advisors), la finance islamique n’est pas circonscrite au monde musulman. Les grands acteurs sont aussi des banques internationales qui ont des interactions avec les banques islamiques.

La première session du programme s’étendra sur les mois de mai et juin 2015, pour une durée totale de 80 heures. L’examen final est prévu fin juin. L’inscription coûte 4.750 euros.

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Islamic Finance University certificate – Executive Programme

Islamic finance has become an important part of the international financial system and is one of its fastest growing components. This segment is growing 50% faster than the entire banking industry in several corebanking markets. Islamic banking assets exceed 2.5 trillion USD. Islamic finance has been developing so vigorously that it has evolved from a nascent industry to a global market, where Muslims and non-Muslims are working together and learning from each other for the development of relevant products and services. London and Luxembourg have become leading Islamic Financial hubs. Brussels and Paris are seeking to take a share of this emerging industry.

This fast emerging market lacks skilled and trained professionals. In partnership with ISFIN, the world’s leading Islamic finance advisory, LSM Business School presents a high net worth executive program: the Islamic Finance University certificate.

Target audience

This Islamic finance program is open to participants and executives from various backgrounds: bankers from conventional and Islamic banks, investment bankers, fund managers, wealth and asset managers, management consultants, regulators and public officers, lawyers, accountants, auditors, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, managing directors, general managers, strategy directors, chief representatives, country heads, international business development managers…

Objectives

The learning objectives are to enable students :

• To understand the main principles of corporate governance applied to the financial sector
• To understand the principles and techniques of Islamic banking and finance
• To explain the rationale for the prohibition of interest (Riba) and its consequences for savings and investments
• To consider the nature and scope of Islamic finance and its relationship with conventional finance
• To understand the long-term and short-term modes of Islamic finance for industry and commerce
• To explore the range of Islamic financial instruments available for investors and corporations
• To evaluate the current practices of Islamic banks and their relationship with non-financial corporations
• To develop Islamic financial and banking products with adequate marketing and communication techniques
• To assess the merits and weaknesses of Islamic finance and funds

Teaching approach and assessment : The teaching approach will combine theoretical courses with practical cases presented by field experts. The sessions will end with a round table dedicated to specific business cases and future prospects of Islamic Finance.

Evaluation : the assessment will take the form of a written exam.

Venue & schedule : The first edition of the programme will be held Luxembourg from May to June 2015. Exams will be held end of June 2015.

Working languages : English

Tuition Fees : The tuition fee is 4.750€ and includes teaching materials, access to UCL infrastructures, meals and coffee breaks.

Admission criteria

• Hold a university master degree in management, economics, law or finance (full right admission);
• Hold a graduate studies degree in another discipline or have a minimum of 5 years of experience in a relevant sector (finance, banking…). The applications to be reviewed by the president and the secretary of the jury.

Enrolment procedure : The registration form is available online. The number of participants is limited in order to ensure a high quality level of the programme. The organizers reserve the right to cancel or postpone the certificate should the number of participants be insufficient.

University Certificate : Participants who have actively taken part in the whole programme and have passed the written exam will be issued with a “University certificate in Islamic finance” worth 11ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System). While this certificate is in itself a valuable addition to the participant’s academic records, the credits of this certificate, if validated by the examination board of a subsequent academic programme elsewhere in Europe, can be utilised in that programme. Participation in all sessions without passing the written exam will result in the issue of a certificate of attendance.

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Publié par le mars 19, 2015 dans Belgique, Formations

 

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The Solution For Money Problems

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Publié par le mai 31, 2014 dans Sharia Compliant

 

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Fair Trade Commerce : an Islamic Perspective for a Better World, by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf

www.revivingtheislamicspirit.com

 
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Publié par le mars 18, 2013 dans Islamic Finance

 

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