Corporate Governance in Islamic Banking Finance

Enhancing your Organisational Performance through Good Governance

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Date Duration Venue Fees
26-30 Aug 2024 5 Days Riyadh - Saudi Arabia US$4,450 Register
25-29 Nov 2024 5 Days Dubai - UAE US$4,450 Register
03-07 Jun 2024 5 Days London - UK US$5,450 Register

Course Overview

In recent years, corporate governance is one of the cornerstones of any good business. The regulators and legislators have intensified their focus on how businesses are being run. Good corporate governance in Islamic Banking ensures that an organisation’s board of directors meet regularly, retain control over the business and have clearly defined responsibilities. It also ensures a robust risk management system.

The Corporate Governance in Islamic banking Finance Training Course is presented in a very hands-on way to suit individuals with varying levels of financial knowledge and experience.

This highly participative training course seeks to provide you with a thorough understanding and knowledge around corporate governance, regulators, corporate governance code, principles, models, policies and best practices to create a solid governance structure that will you to deal professionally with all corporate challenges and risks.

Course Objectives

This comprehensive training course aims to enable participants to achieve the following objectives:

  • Understand the importance of an effective corporate governance practice for Islamic banking.
  • Develop a strong core knowledge of corporate governance framework
  • Understand the roles of Board of Directors (BOD), Board Committees, auditors, senior management, and executives Boards
  • Assess the policies and procedures for dealing professionally with shareholders, regulators and other authorities
  • Apply the internal control mechanisms in Islamic banking
  • Explore opportunities to support your directors and managers control a company and make right decisions for all the shareholders.

Target Audience

This 5-day training course is designed specifically for professionals at all the level of an organisation.

  • Board Directors , Managers and Leaders
  • Executive Assistant
  • Assistant Company Secretary
  • Internal and External Auditors
  • InternalCcontrol Department
  • Accountants and Financial Department
  • Governance, Risk or Compliance Manager/Officer
  • Legal Advisors
  • Human Resource professionals
  • Shareholders and other top management
  • Any other professional interested in knowing more about the corporate governance best practices

Training Methodology

This training course will combine presentations with interactive practical exercises, supported by video materials, activities and case studies. Delegates will be encouraged to participate actively in relating the principles of best practises in good corporate governance to the particular needs of their workplace.

Course Outline

Day One

Introduction to Corporate Governance on Islamic Banking

  • What is Corporate Governance in Islamic Banking
  • Objectives of corporate governance in Islamic banking
  • Islamic bank issues:
    • Stakeholders
    • Systemic Risk
    • Regulations
    • Depositor protection
  • The Principles of Islamic banking finance
  • Models of Corporate Governance
  • Different theories about Corporate Governance
  • Code of ethics and Governance
  • Pillars of Corporate Governance
Day Two

Structure of Corporate Governance in Islamic Banking

  • Sharia Law and Sharia Boards: Roles, Responsibility and Membership
  • Jurisdiction
  • Principles of Corporate Governance in Islamic banking
  • Roles & responsibilities of Board and executive mangers
  • Regulatory framework
  • Board committees
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Internal control system
  • The Compliance function in your organisation
  • Conflicts between Sharia law, local law and international law
  • Differences in application of Islamic law between Islamic states
Day Three

Principles of Good Corporate Governance in Islamic Banking

  • Responsibility and Accountability
  • Disclosure and Transparency
  • Leadership and stakeholder management
  • Investor protection
  • Shareholder relationships
  • Fairness and Assurance
  • Conflict of Interest
Day Four

Risk Management and Measuring Performance

  • Risk Management process
  • Risk assessment policy
  • Fraud prevention, detection, and investigation
  • Compliance with the regulatory environment
  • Strategic control and review mechanisms
  • Monitoring and Reviewing
  • Measuring Progress and Performance
Day Five

Best Practices for Corporate Governance in Islamic Banking

  • Exiting of certified board of directors
  • Committee Structure – Board Committees
  • Robust and Clear roles and responsibilities
  • Aligning strategies with your organisation’s objectives
  • Being accountable , responsible, and transparent
  • Possessing a high level of conducts and integrity


Upon successful completion of this training course, Newage Certificate will be awarded to the delegates.

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