Government of Dubai Invites Ethica to European Trade DelegationBy Ethica Institute Of Islamic Finance, PRNE
Saturday, April 2, 2011
Ethica Institute of Islamic Finance and the Government of Dubai Join Forces to Bring Accredited Islamic Finance Training to France and Germany
DUBAI, UAE, April 4, 2011 - Europe moves one step closer to Islamic finance today when the Government
of Dubai announced that it is inviting Ethica Institute of Islamic Finance on
a high-level trade delegation to France and Germany. With over 20,000 paid
users in over 40 countries, Ethica is the leading Islamic finance training
institute in the world.
Dubai's trade delegation is a response to official calls from Europe for
quality Islamic finance training. With over 7 million Muslims in France and
Germany alone, the delegation hopes to address demand from one of the highest
concentrations of Muslims in the west. So it comes as little surprise that
demand for Islamic finance products in Europe is now at an all time high. And
with that, demand for accredited Islamic finance training.
"Ethica was chosen because they are the leading accredited training
institute in Islamic finance today. They bring AAOIFI Shariah standards,
scholar approvals, and years of industry-tested experience in training banks
and universities," said Moin Anwar, Director at Dubai Exports.
Ethica's Managing Director, Atif Khan said, "Europe is currently
under-served in Islamic finance. Ethica's e-learning solutions take Europe
beyond the limitations of guidebooks, conferences, and classrooms with
accredited online training from bankers based in Dubai."
About Ethica Institute of Islamic Finance: More professionals and
students choose Ethica (www.EthicaInstitute.com) for Islamic finance
training and certification than any other organization in the world. With
over 20,000 paid users in more than 40 countries in 2011, the Dubai-based
institute serves banks, universities, and professionals across over 100
About Dubai Exports: The Dubai Export Development Corporation (DEDC)
provides exporters with the services required to enter or expand into foreign
markets. The DEDC also undertakes an advocacy role for exporters in their
relations with government and other relevant agencies through the formation
of long-term and mutually beneficial partnerships.
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