Understanding Risk Management in Islamic Banking in the times of Fintech
Held in partnership with Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey
Monday, December 17, 2018 - Friday, December 21, 2018
Technological innovations are increasingly transforming the way people carry out financial transactions, and with Islamic finance growing, sharia-compliant fintech is likely to become an increasingly visible part of the global fintech landscape. This program is designed to help participants understand risks inherent in Islamic products as well as how to deal with those risks.
Latest trends & Fintech in Islamic Banking
RegTech: Use of technology to enhance capabilities of supervisors and regulators
Core principles for Islamic banking
Corporate governance for IIFSs
IFSB guiding principles on risk management and stress testing
Case study on the failure of an IFI
This program is designed for mid to senior-level staff involved in Islamic banking or Islamic finance products or regulatory and supervisory activities at central banks, supervisory authorities, deposit insurers and resolution agencies who want to expand their knowledge, share best practices, better understand risk management practices and be prepared for future financial crises.
The deadline for registration is November 2, 2018. There is no admission fee.
Please click this link to complete your registeration.
Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey will:
Cover the cost of accommodation (breakfast included); i.e. check-in one day before the program and check-out the day following the last day of the program)
Provide airport transfers from/to hotel
Provide lunches, coffee breaks, and other program related local costs