We are a globally recognised organisation offering Islamic finance education since the 1990s. We have educated a wide range of students students from over 90 countries around the world.
Accredited Distance Learning Provider
We are the first organisation accredited by the British Accreditation Council as a distance and blended learning provider.
With an international presence in a world-renowned international financial centre, we have easy access to expertise to develop and update study materials.
Our courses offer a unique combination of theoretical aspects and practical application. The courses are extremely well organised, reasonably paced and suitable for those with limited banking, insurance and investment background.
Students feedback rate our courses highly. A Post Graduate student commented “it is the finest and most professionally composed courses I have studied.”
Students completing our Post Graduate Diploma students have the opportunity to advance to higher education in Islamic finance at an University.
Over the years we have proved to be a durable organisation and successful students are working in the Islamic finance industry world-wide.
The Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance has played a major role in Islamic finance in London through its lectures, seminars and courses. Its diplomas are internationally recognised and have been taken by hundreds of Muslims and non-Muslims interested in Islamic finance.
Professor (retired) Rodney Wilson, Durham University, School of Government and International Affairs, Durham, United Kingdom (2001)
When you talk about thought leadership the Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance comes to mind as the original thought leadership platform from which many of the products, services and ideas have come to the Islamic finance industry.
Iqbal Khan, CEO, Fajr Capital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and London (United Kingdom, (2009) Former, Founder & CEO HSBC Amanah#
There would have been no career in Islamic for me and many of my friends who started at the time with me without the Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance. The organisation provided the only source of educational response to the needs that was developing in the City of London and across Europe. Without that organisation none of the new or developmental programmes of education would ever have occurred.
Richard Thomas, CEP, Gatehouse Bank, London, United Kingdom (2014)