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  • Date :
  • 7/12/2005

Bahrain Institute of Banking & Finance (BIBF)

http://www.bibf.com

BIBF is a leading professional training Institute inBahrain and the Gulf Region.  It was founded in 1981 to provide essential training for the banking community in Bahrain.  Since then it has evolved into an internationally recognized training and development organization where over 35,000 students have attended courses since its inception.

BIBF has been recognized as a provider of superior value, uncompromising high levels of customer satisfaction and results-oriented solutions.

BIBF has highly qualified faculty members of diverse nationalities devoted to advanced and enriching the human experience.

BIBF has delivered quality programs in countries around the globe including, for example,Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, UAE, Qatar, Malaysia, Indonesia and Sudan, and it has provided instruction to participants from over 50 countries at BIBF.

BIBF enjoys strategic relationships with internationally recognized professional organization which deliver programs jointly with BIBF.  Among such organization, for example, are Federal Reserve Bank of New York, American Bankers Association, US Securities and Exchange Commission, NASDAQ, Darden Graduate School of Business (University of Virginia), DePual University, Bentley College, University of Wales, University of Cambridge International Examinations, Chartered Institute of Bankers, Chartered Association of Certified Accountants and Chartered Insurance Institute.

BIBF Vision

BIBF is a professional, world class provider of performance improvement solutions to individuals, the financial services sector and other organizations, in their pursuit of excellence through lifelong learning.

Mission Statements

To deliver business and knowledge transfer solutions with the utmost professionalism, quality and value.

To maintain proactive business partnerships with our clients to achieve successful results for both their organizations and the individuals within.

To expand the business scope of the Institute, and sustain our competitive differentiation, through continuous innovation and improvement of products, services and resources – human, technological and physical.

Core Values

We will pursue continuous innovation and improvement, and build on success, to develop products, services and solutions that enhance performance.

We believe that people are the most valuable asset of any business, and we aspire to continuously enhance their knowledge and develop their professional excellence in an environment of integrity and trust.

We encourage initiative, creativity and decisiveness and we require the utmost integrity and the highest ethical standards in all our business activities.

We will use the latest information technology and creative knowledge transfer methods, within a well-resourced environment, to deliver excellence through innovation.

We believe we must be driven by the needs of our customers and we will be flexible, responsive business partners with them in pursuit of their strategic business objectives.

Faculties


Islamic Banking & Finance

Course Titles

INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC BANKING (ENGLISH) (600)

ANALYZING ISLAMIC BANKS (ENGLISH) (602)

STRUCTURING ISLAMIC TRANSACTIONS (ENGLISH) (PREVIOUSLY ADVANCED ISLAMIC BANKING) (605)

ISLAMIC LEASING (IJARAH) (609)

ISLAMIC ACCOUNTING STANDARDS (ENGLISH) (610)

ISLAMIC INVESTMENT FUNDS (ENGLISH) (611)

OPERATIONAL PROCESSES & PROCEDURES FOR ISLAMIC (612)

RISK MANAGEMENT AND ISLAMIC BANKING (EXT/ISB/03)

ISLAMIC EQUITY INVESTMENT & DOW JONES INDEX (EXT/ISB/06)

SHARIAH STANDARDS (ARABIC) (EXT/ISB/10)

DOCUMENTATION OF ISLAMIC TRANSACTIONS (EXT/ISB/12)

SHARIA AUDIT (EXT/ISB/14)

SUKUK: PRINCIPLES, STRUCTURE & PERFORMANCE (EXT/ISB/18)

ISLAMIC CARDS (EXT/ISB/22)

LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT IN ISLAMIC BANKING (EXT/ISB/23)

Advanced Islamic Banking Diploma Program (PR5IBDP)

Insurance

Course Titles

INTRODUCTION TO INSURANCE & INSURANCE DOCUMENTATION (401 & 401A)

MOTOR INSURANCE (412 & 412A)

LIABILITY INSURANCE (413 & 413A)

INSURANCE SURVEYS (416 & 416A)

CLAIMS WORKSHOP (420 & 420A)

ENGINEERING INSURANCE (CAR/EAR) (422 & 422A)

FIRE & LOSS OF PROFITS INSURANCE (423 & 423A)

TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE (424 & 424A)

MISCELLANEOUS ACCIDENT INSURANCE (425 & 425A)

REINSURANCE (433 & 433A)

LIFE ASSURANCE (440)

BANCASSURANCE (444)

INSURANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE (451)

INSURANCE ACCOUNTING & FINANCE (460)

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (461)

RISK MANAGEMENT (462)

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS AND ACTUARIAL PRINCIPLES (463)

LEGAL ASPECTS OF INSURANCE (464)

PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE OF MEDICAL INSURANCE I (470)

PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE OF MEDICAL INSURANCE II (471)

TAKAFUL ISLAMIC INSURANCE (EXT/INS/18)

FIRE RISK MANAGEMENT, CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND DISASTER RECOVERY (EXT/INS/24)

FIRE & EXPLOSION INVESTIGATION – A FORENSIC SCIENCE PERSPECTIVE (EXT/INS/25)

REINSURANCE TECHNICAL ACCOUNTING (INS 472)

Marketing

Course Titles

FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING (580)

FUNDAMENTALS OF SELLING (581)

FUNDAMENTALS OF PUBLIC RELATIONS (582)

MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS (583)

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