How To Calculate An Ijarah Schedule I
How do Islamic banks calculate leases? In these two modules you find out.
We hold your hand through calculations, tables, and formulas and show you how to
calculate rent in an Ijarah; how to calculate IRR; how to calculate profit; and how
to account under IAS 17. It's all here.
How To Calculate An Ijarah Schedule II And Quiz
You continue learning about Islamic leases with practical
information about depreciation and floating-rate profits. We wrap
it up with a look at what happens when things go wrong: defaults,
late deliveries, early termination,
asset defects, and negligence.
How To Calculate A Diminishing Musharakah Schedule And Quiz
Safe and simple. Diminishing Musharakah is one of the best
ways to finance property. We show you how an Islamic bank and a
client co-own a house by taking you step-by-step through a redemption
schedule. This is the module where you learn what makes an equity-based
Islamic home financing operationally different
from a conventional interest-based mortgage.
How To Structure Mudarabah Deposit Accounts I
How do Islamic bankers provide their customers with profit-paying
deposit accounts? Here we explain how. Beginning with the basics,
we quickly get right into it with a step-by-step explanation of how
weightages work. This module lays the foundation for later, more
advanced training modules on structuring Mudarabah-based deposit accounts.
How To Structure Mudarabah Deposit Accounts II And Quiz
We continue from the previous module with step-by-step
calculations of how banks use weightages to manage investor
flux. Why do some investors get paid higher profits and
others lower profits? Why do banks get paid the highest profit?
And how do we calculate profits once the weightages are set?
We learn the answers to these and other questions as the foundation
for yet more modules on managing depositors at Islamic banks.
How To Perform Murabaha Calculations And Quiz
You know the theory behind Murabahas. But now you want
to see how they work in practice. Look no further.
This is the module you've been waiting for your whole life.
We show you how to compute collection periods, inventory days,
operating cycles, limits, profit, and price. And you thought
you had to wait until your boss explained it to you. Important
Note: The astronomical numbers thrown into the examples
are meant to inspire our members to greatness.
Asset Pool Management In Islamic Finance I
Islamic banks use a number of techniques to manage funds.
The asset pool manager first needs to know how to manage deposits,
inter-bank investments, and equity investments. Understanding these
categories forms the basis for the second part which goes into detail
about investment pool management.
Asset Pool Management In Islamic Finance II And Quiz
We now continue with the practical tools bankers use in
asset pool management. Having already looked at pool
identification and fund tracking and utilization, we now
discuss pool composition, transfer and return mechanisms,
income calculation, profit sharing ratios, and profit distribution.
An example and a quiz serve to strengthen your understanding at the end.
Profit Calculation Framework For Deposit Products And Quiz
With thousands of clients constantly depositing into and withdrawing
from their accounts, how do Islamic banks manage to calculate profit?
We not only show you how, but we also go into detail about each of the 3
methods banks use to calculate profit and which method is most recommended.
And to keep you on your toes,
there's a quiz at the end with plenty of numerical calculations.
Sukuk Case Study I: How To Prepare Sukuk Documentation
After one leading Islamic finance scholar commented that
as many as 80% of all Sukuks were not complying with AAOIFI standards,
the industry was abuzz with speculations about what actually makes a Sukuk
AAOIFI-compliant. Here we show you. In this case study, we do a side-by-side
comparison of 2 real-world Sukuks, one that is AAOIFI-compliant and one that
is not. This first module focuses on Sukuk documentation.
Sukuk Case Study II: The Nakheel Development Sukuk And The Aldar Properties Sukuk
Now for the side-by-side comparison. We look at Nakheel's Sukuk,
which is AAOIFI-compliant, and compare it with Aldar's Sukuk,
which is not. At a time when the industry is careful to ensure
that it attracts the broadest range of Sukuk investors, AAOIFI-compliance
is paramount. And people who can spot the difference between a Sukuk that is
compliant and one that is not become that much more valuable to the industry.
Sukuk Case Study III And Quiz: Comparing An AAOIFI-Compliant
Sukuk With A Non AAOIFI- Compliant Sukuk
We wrap up the comparison of the two Sukuks with a look at
how best to identify inconsistencies in other
Sukuk. At the end, you check your understanding with a Quiz.