SUKUK (Islamic Finance)
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SUKUK (Islamic Finance)

Islamic Finance
4.1 (6 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
30 students enrolled
Created by CGS Center
Last updated 1/2019
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • The nature of Islamic principles in modern commerce and finance, including its determination and application by Supervisory Boards of Islamic Finance and the issuance of compliance in financial transactions
  • The current state and anticipated future developments in Islamic finance markets
  • Types of permissible Sukuk and the standards and parameters applicable to the structuring of Sukuk issuances
  • Ijara (lease) structures
  • Istisna'a (construction) structures
  • Sukuk al-Ijara
  • Musharaka (joint venture and partnership) and Sukuk al-Musharaka
  • Mudaraba (service-capital joint ventures and partnerships) and Sukuk al-Mudaraba
  • Murabaha (sale at a mark-up) and the use of Murabaha in Sukuk and other financing structures
  • Project financings and the use of Sukuk in those financings, including single Islamic tranche issues
  • Asset securitization Sukuk, including the study of current case studies
Requirements
  • Accounting and Finance
Description

Sukuk is the fastest growing area of Islamic finance. It enables access to wholesale financing and provides the backbone for the development of Islamic capital markets. Most issuances to date have mimicked bond structures that are ultimately dependent upon a sovereign credit. However, the use of Sukuk is rapidly expanding into other areas like project, infrastructure and real estate financings; corporate financings and true asset securitizations. The aim of this workshop is to familiarize individuals practicing in Islamic and conventional finance with the principles, structures, and methodologies and practical transactional issues relating to the use of Sukuk in modern Islamic finance. It will also  explain various structures that underlie Sukuk, including the Ijara, Musharaka, Mudaraba, Murabaha and others.

Who this course is for:
  • Bank employee
Course content
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25 lectures 01:12:01
What is the differece between conventional bond and SUKUK?
04:30
What is SUKUK?
04:43
Why is SUKUK ranked?
01:12
Which SUKUK types are traded and What are the guidelines for SUKUK issuance?
04:58
What is the comparison between SUKUK, bonds and shares?
01:30
What is the purchase undertakings according to AAOIFI Guidelines?
01:41
What is the Sukuk al-Ijara?
05:43
What is the Sukuk al-Musharaka?
04:37
What is the Sukuk al-Mudaraba?
04:29
Why issue SUKUK?
02:05
What arethe differences between the structure islamic documentation of Ijara etc
00:47
What are the advantages and disadvantages of being listed in the market?
03:35
How much time it takes to basicly bring a SUKUK to the market?
01:40
How do you sell the SUKUK in the market?
04:43
What is the differences between asset based and asset backed?
04:20
What are the stages of SUKUK issuance?
02:23
What is the main documents to an asset based Ijara?
01:02
How do you deal the risk in SUKUK?
02:18
What are the costs associated with SUKUK issuance?
00:47
Conclusion
03:55