Short Term Islamic Liquidity Management Instruments

Learn Short Term Islamic Liquidity Management Instruments through case studies.

This course is designed in a way that you would be able to comprehend at a practical level how Islamic liquidity management instruments could be structured using a case study approach. This course is designed to be of most benefit to:

  • Bank regulators and supervisors
  • Students
  • Academicians
  • Financial institutions
  • Policy makers

Consultants and advisors

  • The Need for Short Term Islamic Liquidity Management Instruments (STILMI)
  • The Causes of Liquidity Issues
  • Liquidity Programmes and Instruments Issued by Respective Central Banks in GCC
  • Difference between Islamic Finance and Conventional Instruments
  • Challenges faced in structuring STILMI
  • Salient Factors to consider in Practice
  • How to structure STILMI


Aishath Muneeza is Associate Professor at the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF), Malaysia. She is the first female Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs and was the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Finance and Treasury of the Republic of Maldives. She is considered as the founder of Islamic finance in the Maldives. Her contribution to Islamic finance includes structuring of the corporate sukuks, sovereign private sukuk of the country including the Islamic treasury instruments, designing the first Islamic microfinance scheme, and establishing and heading the Maldives Hajj Corporation, the Tabung Haji of Maldives.

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