Edcomm Banker’s Academy Updates Islamic Banking Compliance Training Program for 2010

Islamic Banking Compliance has been revised as part of Edcomm Banker’s Academy’s ongoing commitment to providing the most up-to-date and pertinent financial services information as the banking industry enters a new decade.

Islamic Banking is one of the fastest growing sectors of the financial services industry in the world. With the current economic crisis,

the inherent stability and security of banks adhering to Shariah principles has made Islamic Banking ever more desirable to both Muslim and non-Muslim customers alike. As a result of this, the number of institutions offering Islamic Banking products and services worldwide has significantly increased. The key to success in this competitive marketplace is by having employees who are knowledgeable about Islamic Banking so that they may better serve the bank’s customers.

Islamic Banking Compliance, from Edcomm Banker’s Academy, is a computer-based, distance learning program that teaches participants everything they need to know about Islamic Banking Compliance in an interactive, self-paced format. Students will learn about the history of Islamic Banking, as well as the differences between conventional banking and Islamic Banking. Islamic Banking Compliance also covers: Shariah principles, Murabahah, Musharakah, Mudarabah, Ijarah, Istisna, Salam, Wadiah, Wikalah, products and services, deposit accounts, card services, personal finance, home finance, auto finance, leasing and more.

The Edcomm Group Banker’s Academy is a 23-year-old multimedia education and communication consulting firm specializing in the development of creative business solutions that improve productivity, customer service and market share – providing bottom-line results. The Edcomm Group Banker’s Academy has had the privilege of assisting many distinguished clients with business solutions in the form of eLearning programs, online bank training and classroom instruction, multimedia production and online and print based documentation. Edcomm Banker’s Academy offers many off-the-shelf and customized courses such as Teller Training, Compliance Training and Systems Training specifically designed for Banks, Credit Unions and Money Services Businesses (MSBs).

The Edcomm Group Banker’s Academy is a 23-year-old multimedia education and communication consulting firm specializing in the development of creative business solutions that improve productivity, customer service and market share – providing bottom-line results. The Edcomm Group Banker’s Academy has had the privilege of assisting many distinguished clients with business solutions in the form of eLearning programs, online bank training and classroom instruction, multimedia production and online and print based documentation. Edcomm Banker’s Academy offers many off-the-shelf and customized courses such as Teller Training, Compliance Training and Systems Training specifically designed for Banks, Credit Unions and Money Services Businesses (MSBs).

source : pr-inside

3 thoughts on “Edcomm Banker’s Academy Updates Islamic Banking Compliance Training Program for 2010

  1. Thank you for your email.
    My opinion is that Islamic banks must draw,
    A Guide

    For its clients grouped by country, religion, business size (large business, medium, small, family business and the new students)

    This guide should be in your website.

    And every customer for clarification must have a person online, to provide accurate answers.

    Idajet Korra
    From Durress Albania
    E-mail:idajet_korra@yahoo.it

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