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FAAIF Announces Islamic Finance for Lawyers with CPLE Credits

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FAAIF Introduces New Training Product Tailored for Lawyers Working in Islamic Finance

FAAIF CEO Camille Paldi, realizing the immense need for continuing legal education in Islamic finance with CPLE credits, announces a two-day workshop on Islamic Finance for Lawyers with CPLE credits October 24-25, 2014 in Lahore, Pakistan jointly organized with Al Huda CIBE and School of Law (SOL) at the SOL campus.

Topics include Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance, Islamic Banking and Finance in Pakistan, Explanation of Each Mode of Islamic Finance, Sukuk, and Takaful, Sukuk Case Studies, Documentation Required for Each Mode of Islamic Finance Transaction, Sukuk, and Takaful, Dispute Resolution in Islamic Finance, Shari’ah and Dispute Resolution for Islamic Finance, Legal Aspects of Takaful, and Islamic Funds. Speakers include Camille Paldi, Muhammad Zubair Mughal, Brian Kettell, and Justice Khalil Ur Rehman.

Contact camille@faaif.com for further information.

FAAIF Limited is a legal and management consultancy firm servicing clients in Islamic banking, finance, and takaful. FAAIF Events is an events production and management company.

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Media Contact
Company Name: FAAIF
Contact Person: Camille Paldi
Email: camille@faaif.com
Phone: 518 605 9495
City: Dubai
State: New York
Country: United Arab Emirates
Website: http://www.faaif.com

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