NASBA Field of Study
Overview of Global Islamic Capital Market Developments
Essential Shari’ah Principles Governing Islamic Capital
Islamic Bonds, Sukuks & Asset Backed Securities (ABS)
Islamic Stock Screening Criteria
Islamic Real Estate Investment Trusts (IREITS) and Islamic Mutual Funds
Islamic Structured Products
The differences between conventional and Islamic capital markets
The primary and secondary capital markets regulation within the Islamic capital markets screening processes used in accepting/rejecting shari’ah compliant products.
These qualifications will be valuable for newcomers and professionals operating in a range of industries. There is no entry criteria for these certificates. They are designed to give two significant market advantages: (1) the professional recognition of a CIMA international qualification, and (2) demonstrable expertise in the complex, fast growing world of Islamic finance.