In this path, we will look at the role of the Treasury department in a bank and its main functions. We will also discuss cash management, liquidity risk and money markets. Once you have completed this path, you will be able to have a solid understanding of the role of Treasury and Money Markets in an Islamic bank and how it differs from the conventional one.
This programme introduces you to the role of Treasury. It showcases the main functions and processes of Treasury in a financial institution highlighting cash management, cash flows, and interbank markets. It also provides you with an overview of the conventional interbank market, its counterpart in Islamic banking, and the structuring cycles of Shariah-compliant products.
This programme provides you with an encompassing overview of Murabaha money markets. In this programme, you will learn the definition of Murabaha, its examples, applications in Money Markets, risks, and complexities involved. You will also be introduced to commodity Murabaha and the various elements within its structures.
This programme introduces you to the intricates aspects of Murabaha money markets products. In this programme, you will be introduced to Single and Dual Broker Commodity Murabaha and the manners in which they are structured. You will also learn the different areas involved within these transactions including the legal agreements, ownership of assets, brokerage costs, the evolution of Murabaha and the introduction of Wakala and its application in Money Markets.
In this programme, we will cover a couple of case studies on Certificates of Deposit in the context of a Central Bank and a Retail Bank. Through this programme, you will be introduced to the different products features, market procedures, secondary market trading, and the terms and conditions of these certificates.