Become a Certified Islamic Finance Executive (CIFE). After all, there are at least 7 reasons why bankers prefer it

Become a Certified Islamic Finance Executive (CIFE). After all, there are at least 7 reasons why bankers prefer it

IslamicAdvisory.com, the only online Islamic Finance training organization, is about to launch its CIFE program. Learn how this will help you advance your career by logging on to www.IslamicAdvisory.com.

7 REASONS WHY BANKERS PREFER THE CIFE™

The Highest Accreditation Standard Available Online

The CIFE™ is rigorously tested by a team of bankers and scholars who check that the training, quizzes, and certification conforms with AAOIFI, the leading industry standard in Islamic finance. While other certificates claim “Shariah-compliance,” we explicitly abide by a known Shariah standard anyone can check against. And because we are a DIFC registered company, we have to ensure that we comply with international standards of quality and customer service.

Up-To-Date Certification

Can you really be sure that your 3-year old workbook or last year’s CD is up-to-date? With the CIFE™, when Islamic finance innovates, our online content innovates right there with it. So you can be sure that you’re never left behind.

More Training Than Anyone, Growing Every Week

At launch we had 20 modules. Today we have 35. And by next year we will have over 100, God willing. We’ve already been called the “Amazon of Islamic Finance.”

Beyond Workbooks, CDs, and Crash Courses: Interactive and Engaging

Do workbooks work? Are crash courses rushed? Do conferences bore you? No more. Designed to suit your pace, the CIFE™ runs on an interactive learning platform, filled with guided quizzes, exercises, and how-to explanations, overcoming the monotony of traditional self-study programs.

Cutting Edge Training, Not Distance Learning

The beauty of the Internet is that you get new training material all the time. So you don’t have to wait around for next year’s workbook. You never pay more for new material because once you subscribe, you get access to everything.

Practical Training from Bankers, Not MBA Theory from Professors

Degree programs are taught by professors, not bankers. So most of what you learn is theory, not practical tools. And the people who hire you know this too. The CIFE™ is based on the most practical Islamic finance training on the market. Find out for yourself. Try it before you buy it for free. Bankers simply love the training.

Convenient

There are no study guides or CDs to juggle. Everything you need to take the CIFE™ is streamed directly to your computer, 24 hours a day.

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4 responses to “Become a Certified Islamic Finance Executive (CIFE). After all, there are at least 7 reasons why bankers prefer it

  1. What about the Chartered Islamic Finance Professional (CIFP) offered by the INCEIF in Malaysia? Any review on that?

  2. CIFE is better in course material akhee. CIFP is not that quantitative as a charted course would be expected to be…

    Allahu alum

  3. Islamic finance is a viable alternative to traditional banking and less cycle postponed. The spread of Islamic finance in Western markets shows that it is now taken seriously by the authorities and ministries.There financing is no doubt that Islamic finance has a bright future and the desire for a financial system based on moral values rather than greed and fear, is bound to strengthen its position in the global system.

  4. If you can’t afford acquiring CIFE there is a lot of available courses that can be taken for eg: Certified Islamic Banker certificate is just as important as CIFE in islamic banking and insurance world.

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