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Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance on 24 Nov, 2014
The Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance course gives a thorough explanation of the fundamental principles of key aspects of Islamic banking and finance.
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NASDAQ Dubai and MCDR sign collaboration agreement to support dual listings by Egyptian companies
Share trading in Dubai as well as Cairo will give issuers greater access to international investors
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Middle East Capital Markets Summit & Awards 2014
NASDAQ Dubai wins 'Best Exchange of the Year' Award at Global Investor's Middle East Summit
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Aafaq – Islamic Finance begins transacting on NASDAQ Dubai Murabaha Platform for Islamic financing
Total transactions on platform have reached more than AED 21 billion
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NASDAQ Dubai welcomes listing of a 100 million New Zealand dollar bond by Emirates NBD
The bond is the first to list on a GCC exchange in New Zealand's currency, reflecting NASDAQ Dubai's expanding global reach.
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Finance Fundamentals for IR and Corp Comms 24 November
This course covers all the financial concepts and jargon that you need to be effective in financial communications. We cover the capital markets, how they work, who does what and how financial PR and IR fit in
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NASDAQ Dubai Murabaha Platform
The NASDAQ Dubai Murabaha Platform is a unique platform for Islamic financing set up by NASDAQ Dubai in collaboration with Emirates Islamic (EI) and Emirates Islamic Financial Brokerage (EIFB)
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Sukuk trading needs to modernise as sector expands

The rapid expansion of the Sukuk sector is a welcome development for all of us who recognize its value as an ethical and efficient means of raising capital. It is not only that the pace of growth is impressive, with global issuance expected to reach 70 billion dollars this year, according to Moody’s, compared to 32 billion dollars in 2010.

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