The qualification aims to address the demand for skilled Islamic Finance professionals in a growing sector where according to the
In the GCC, CIMA first launched its certificate in Islamic Finance in 2008. Today close to 1000 students have enrolled and benefitted from this qualification.
CIMA's Islamic finance qualifications, available in English and Arabic, offers prospective students the option of qualifying in four strategic courses. Students can opt for modules such as Islamic commercial law, Banking and
Commenting on CIMA's service renewal with Talal Abu Ghazaleh professional training group,
Salah Abu Osbeh, executive director at Talal Abu Ghazaleh organisation said: "The renewal of our partnership with CIMA, is another step towards our commitment to develop new opportunities for Arab professionals to be specialised and internationally qualified in Islamic finance, which is one of the fastest growing financial services sector in the region today. Through our renewed agreement with CIMA, we will be responsible for translating and delivering the Islamic Finance CIMA certificate in the Arabic language, throughout the GCC region."
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