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Published On:13 November 2012
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

Ethica launches 700 Page Islamic Finance E-Book for Professionals

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Dubai: The Islamic finance industry's leading certification institute, Ethica, recently launched what may soon become the desktop reference of choice for the Islamic finance professional: a 700 page e-book packed with practical, usable information. Everything from sample Islamic finance contracts, over 1,000+ scholar-approved Q&As, the entire "Meezan Bank Guide to Islamic Banking," study notes to Ethica's award-winning Certified Islamic Finance Executive (CIFE) program, and much more. All organized with an easy-to-use subject index at the end.

Ethica is the first globally-recognized certification institute in Islamic finance to launch a comprehensive online guidebook for the industry. "We wanted to create a handbook that empowers professionals with a usable, practical reference that goes beyond standard academic theory," Ethica's spokesperson said in a press release.

What makes the e-book unique is that it emphasizes entrepreneurship. Sample contracts, product descriptions, and recommended reading lists target the newcomer who may not necessarily be interested in lining up for a job at a big bank. His horizons may extend to the entrepreneurial side of Islamic finance, which continues to be top-heavy with large banks dominating the headlines and smaller companies and start-ups largely absent from the industry.

Ethica's "Handbook of Islamic Finance (2013)" is now available free of charge.

Download your copy here.

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