This is a list of seminars some of which are free and some of which require payment, which you may want to attend. We do not run these seminars and can not vouch for the materials you will be presented. We would again suggest that you check that anyone running seminars on financial products or investments is registered with the FSA (or other suitable regualtory body), and that the Islamic / Shariah Compliant content is reviewed by your own independent advisors as applicable.


BBA Islamic Finance in the UK Seminar

16 November 2007  Pinners Hall, Old Broad Street, London EC2 1EX

Member Price £233.82 including VAT
Non-Members Price £351.32 including VAT


Islamic Finance continues to attract interest in the City, with the amount of money involved amounting to £700 billion.* As this market is making the transition from niche to mainstream, the UK market is witnessing further demand by an increasingly affluent Muslim-investor population, for more diverse Islamic banking products in retail and investment banking. In order to stay ahead of the competition it is imperative for banks to achieve clarity within the blurring markets of Islamic and conventional products while also keeping apace with the supervision of new Islamic financial products such as Sukuk. The BBA in association with KPMG are pleased to bring together experts in Islamic finance from leading retail and investment banks as well as policy makers and legal practitioners to brief you on the latest developments. Benefit from key insights on Islamic mortgage lending and alternative investments for the UK market and its global potential for your business.

*Figures taken from "Making the Transition From Niche to Mainstream" by KPMG

Key topics to be addressed:

  • Latest developments in regulation and standardisation of the Islamic finance market
  • The role and development of Sukuk in Britiain
  • Direct and indirect taxation of Islamic finance products in the UK
  • Legal insights on Islamic finance
  • The Islamic retail mortgage market in Britain
  • Satisfying the growing demand for Islamic finance in Britain