Islamic Finance and Capital Markets

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Course Description

In this economics and finance course, you will learn about different types of Islamic financial markets and their key features and principles.

You will also learn about the challenges of Islamic financial and capital market development.

No previous knowledge is needed, but a basic knowledge of business concepts is advantageous.

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TAOUFIK BENHAMMOU

8/10 starsTaking Now
3 years ago
Hello, Great course with professional instractors. What is the future date for the Lunch of this course?
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Hafiz Maqsood Ahmed

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3 years, 1 month ago
Although the content was good, the instructor could have made it more interesting by discussing the content instead of reading it
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Abdul Samad Moahmmed

8/10 starsTaking Now
3 years, 6 months ago
It is excellent content and the provider is also the most professional. The reason being that IRTI is the best in the field of IF and IE for long time and the platform used that is MIT is really making the course too excellent and that with nominal price for getting the official certification.
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