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Islamic Finance Qualification

The Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ) is a ground-breaking qualification that covers Islamic finance from both a technical and Sharia’a perspective, providing the first international benchmark in the area of Islamic finance. Aimed at new and existing Islamic Banking practioners specializing in Sharia’a compliant finance, trade, investment and insurance, the IFQ is primarily a practical Islamic banking qualification, but also covers the legal aspects of Sharia’a which underpin all Islamic contracts.

 

CISI have also agreed a partnership with the Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance (IIBI); candidates with the IFQ, who wish to gain a higher level qualification can apply for the IIBI's Diploma

 

Please click here for details of the course

Please click here for factsheet
 
 
Fees:
 

•    Registration Fees: £ 25 - Towards one time registration fees (Includes 1 year student membership)

 

•    Examination Fees: £ 180 (Subject to change every April)

 

•    Workbook/ Study Material: £ 75

 

Note: Special offer for students (College / Universities) only - 50% Rebate on examination fees.

 
 
 
For further details and admission, please contact:
 
Ganesh Iyer
Country Head (India)
 

The Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment Institute - CISI

Liaison Office
407 Raheja Chambers
213 Nariman Point
Mumbai 400021
India
Direct line: 00 91 22 40919403
Mobile: 00 91 98204 47390
Email: ganesh.iyer@cisi.org
Website: www.cisi.org

 

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