Cambridge Judge Business School, part of Cambridge University, has launched the Islamic Finance programme to provide participants with a comprehensive overview of the subject and an insight into understanding its competitive dynamics.
The two-day Islamic finance programme is aimed at senior business executives and will explain to western executives the essential dynamics of competing in the Islamic finance environment.
The program will be run in Cambridge, London and Dubai and be delivered by Kamal Munir, reader in strategy and policy, and Khaled Soufani, senior teaching faculty in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School.
The programme will start in Cambridge on 14-15 of November.
Cambridge said: "Participants will learn how to take a structured and strategic approach to understanding competitive dynamics in Islamic finance and banking, and identify the myriad business opportunities and challenges that lie in this field."
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