Islamic banks studied

January 4, 2008

Lancaster University has launched a course in Islamic banking. It will be offered by the Management School as part of its MSc in money, banking and finance. The course will examine Sharia-compliant banking, focusing on the rules and regulations followed by about 300 Islamic banks around the world.

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