Bahrain hosts Islamic banking supervision course

The Bahrain Monetary Agency (BMA) and the Bahrain Institute of Banking & Finance (BIBF) is currently holding a five-day course on Islamic banking supervision.

This event is the first course designed for Islamic banking supervisors organised by a Central Bank.

The event, which began on 5th June, is being held at the BIBF. More than 30 participants, representing central banks and regulatory authorities from 10 countries in the Middle East region, will attend.

It will be conducted by officials from

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