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What does IFQ stand for?

IFQ stands for Islamic Finance Qualification

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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The UK's Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) said that its Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ) will be offered in Spain, via a long-term training agreement signed between the UK-based accredited training provider, Simply Sharia Human Capital (SSHC), and the Spanish business school, Escuela de Finanzas (EdF).
The courses are Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ) of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (CISI), the Diploma in Islamic Finance of Certified Institute of management Accountants (CIMA), UK, Certified Islamic Public Accountant (CIPA) and Chartered Sharia Auditor and Advisor (CSAA) of the Accounting and Audit Organisation of Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI), Bahrain.
the investment administration qualifications (iaqtm); the international certificate in investment management (icertim); the islamic finance qualification (ifq); the international certificate in financial advice (icfa) and the advanced certificate and diploma qualifications as appropriate are some of the qualifications that will be offered by abu dhabi universityC[yen].
Elsewhere in the UK Reading University offers an MSc, Cass Business School an MBA while the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants offers a Certificate in Islamic Finance (Cert IF), the first global qualification to be offered by a professional chartered accountancy body, and the Securities & Investments Institute offers its own Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ).
Brian's academic expertise in Islamic finance is highlighted by his former 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.