Managing Corporate & Islamic Finance and Corporate Governance Optimizing
Corporate and Shareholder Value

15 - 18 February 2022
Sandton Centre, Johannesburg South Africa

Managing Corporate & Islamic Finance and Corporate Governance

Register Now! Limited Seats Available!

Public R15, 999.00

Online R9, 999.00

Online R9, 999.00

Introduction:

The course will enable you to understand how to expand access to finance, develop your corporate’s financial situation, and improve corporate governance in it and thereby enable you to protect your organization from any un-ethical issues and increase your stakeholders’ value.

Use of the most appropriate financing and the techniques necessary to achieve strategic financial objectives now increasingly include Islamic finance, the fastest-growing element in the finance sector. Islamic finance operates according to Islamic law (sharia), and it is regulated by both Sharia’a and the financial services rules that govern the conventional banks.

Corporate governance is considered necessary for the organisational effectiveness, it is not only concerned with maximization of profit but also it is an attempt to make sure that companies are managed and controlled according to ethics, which are acceptable by the whole community.

This training course will highlight:

  • Corporate Finance
  • Regulation of Islamic Finance & its Terms
  • Key Sharia principles and prohibitions relevant to finance
  • Appraisal and financing of domestic and international capital investment projects
  • Financial planning and alternative financial strategies to maximise shareholder wealth
  • Management of Financial Risk
  • Corporate Governance Techniques, Strategies, and Methods

Objectives:

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Use the financial tools and techniques necessary to create corporate value and shareholder value
  • Understand the tools & techniques in Islamic banking and finance
  • Understand the essential Investment Vehicles and structure of Islamic financial services
  • Identify the working of the Shariah control and compliance systems in an Islamic Financial Institution
  • Evaluate the impact of alternative capital structures
  • Develop long-term economic planning models and strategies
  • Manage Financial Risk
  • Understanding the importance and relevance of corporate governance standards for Islamic Financial Institutions

Who Should Attend:

This training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Heads of Departments, Directors, Senior Managers, Managers and Finance Professionals in banks and financial institutions
  • Middle managers who require a more in-depth understanding of the concept of Islamic finance & corporate governance
  • Financial and Investment Analysts
  • Planning and Budgeting Managers
  • Corporate Reporting and Investor Relations Staff
  • External, Financial and Internal Auditors
  • Members of Audit and Advisory Committees for public / private sector
  • Risk and Compliance Managers
  • Staff who support the Board or with responsibility for governance
  • Mangers in the regulators and other key Stakeholders within the public / private sector
  • Business Consultants and Professional Advisers

Course Outline:

Session One

The Framework of Corporate Finance & Capital Investment 

  • Corporate Finance and its Importance
  • The Financial Statements – What do they tell us about financing?
  • Long-term & Short-term Financing
  • Cost of Equity, Cost of Debt and the Weighted Average Cost of Capital
  • Capital Structure Models
  • Future Values, Present Values and Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)
  • Capital Investment Appraisal Techniques
  • Capital Budgeting, Capital Rationing and the Profitability Index (PI)

Session Two

Overview of Islamic Banking & Finance

  • The Growth of the Islamic Finance Industry
  • Fundamentals of Islamic Banking and Finance
  • Shariah and Fiqh Principles
  • Takaful And Islamic Wealth Management
  • Islamic Banking Financial Instruments
  • Islamic Investment, especially Sukuks
  • Regulatory Environment of Islamic Banking
  • The Global Standing of the Islamic Capital Market

Session Three

Sharia ‘a Fundamentals in Islamic Banking 

  • Definition of Sharia’a and Its Salient Characteristics
  • Sources of Sharia’a
  • Ethics in Sharia’a – Compliant Business and Finance
  • Major Sharia’a Prohibitions and Principles and their Implications
  • Shariah Compliance Risks in Islamic Banking
  • Sharia’a Supervisory Board (SSB)
  • Corporate and Sharia’a Governance
  • Shariah Audit and Legal Issues in Islamic Finance

Session Four

Financial Planning and Financial Risk in Islamic Financial Services 

  • Long-term Financial Plans to Determine Funding Requirements
  • Financial Techniques Applied by Islamic Banks
  • Financial Planning Models
  • Identify Types of Risk in Your Organization
  • Credit Risk in Islamic Banking and Finance
  • Liquidity Risk in Islamic Financial Products
  • Financial Risk Management and Behavioural Finance
  • Risk Management Process in Islamic Financial Services

Session Five

Corporate Governance in Islamic banking

  • Elements of Corporate Governance in Islamic Banking
  • Governance Structures
  • Responsibilities of the Board of Directors and the Role of Non-executive
  • Disclosure and Transparency
  • The roles of Auditors and Directors
  • The Need for Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Nomination, Remuneration and Internal Audit Committees
  • Corporate Governance Reporting in The Annual Report and Accounts
  • Design Report
  • Design Evaluations and Assessments

End of the Workshop

IN HOUSE AND ONLINE TRAINING

While both In-House and Online training can present with cost-effectiveness and time-efficacy, there are some very specific differences between in-house courses and those based online.
The demand for additional courses by individuals or groups of people is increasing. Still, it depends entirely on the preferences of a person what type of training he or she wants to receive. Online courses and in-house training carry some similarities but they are considered to exhibit some very pivotal differences too. Despite that, both types of learning can be really beneficial for attendees.

For Registration and other Training arrangements,
contact us on the detail below.
SOUTH AFRICA Tel: +27 11 057 6001
KENYA Tel: +254 11 353 1082
WhatsApp +27 79 574 0389
info@bmktraining.co.za / www.bmktraining.com