BIBF recently conducted a course highlighting Sharia standards that regulate the majority of Islamic finance models and their relationship with the civil law.
The course was delivered by Dr Abdessattar Khouildi, the secretary general of the International Islamic Centre for Reconciliation and Arbitration (IICRA).
BIBF Head of Centre for Islamic Finance Mr. Hani Redha said, “Arbitration of Islamic contracts is a rapidly growing area of interest and BIBF is happy to be collaborating with Dr. Khouildi, a recognised expert in this field, to share his expertise using actual case studies raised to the IICRA with participants from the MENA region.”
The course, which offers a unique balance of application and theory, explored the legal effects of Islamic financing models and analysed the conflicts that may arise between the Arabic and English text of the contract.
Participants included those working in the legal department of Islamic banks, practitioners who work in various investment funds, lawyers and experts, students of law and finance as well as members of Sharia supervisory boards and Sharia audit.
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