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Other titles in the Wiley Finance series:
Islamic Banking and Finance Set: Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance/Islamic Banking and Finance Workbook (Wiley Finance)by Brian B. Kettell
Synopses & Reviews
Islamic finance is the fastest growing sector within the financial market place, a growth rate which has not been matched by the vast need for educational and training publications.
This set brings together two leading resources for Islamic banking and finance: An Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance, and The Islamic Banking and Finance Workbook. The set provides coverage of a range of key concepts of Islamic finance, and tests readers understanding of the industry, coupled with a purposefully designed workbook featuring questions and answers, chapter summaries and learning objectives, enabling readers to test their understanding of the main principles of Islamic finance.
Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance
Islamic Banking and Finance Workbook
About the Author
Brian Kettell (London, UK) has a wealth of practical experience in the area of Islamic banking and finance. He worked for several years as an economic advisor for the Central Bank of Bahrain where he had numerous Islamic banking responsibilities. Subsequently, Brian taught courses on Islamic banking and finance at a range of financial institutions including the World Bank, National Commercial Bank (Saudi Arabia), Global Investment House (Kuwait), Noor Islamic Bank (UAE), the UK Treasury, the Central Bank of Iran, the Central Bank of Syria, the Securities Investment Institute, the Institute for Financial Services and Scotland Yard. Brian’s vast academic expertise in Islamic finance is highlighted by his role as Joint Editor of the Islamic Finance Qualification Handbook and his past teaching work at a number of top universities worldwide including the London School of Economics, the City University of Hong Kong and London Metropolitan University Business School.
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