Sukuk is the fastest growing area of Islamic finance. It enables access to wholesale financing and provides the backbone for the development of Islamic capital markets. Most issuances to date have mimicked bond structures that are ultimately dependent upon a sovereign credit. However, the use of Sukuk is rapidly expanding into other areas like project, infrastructure and real estate financings; corporate financings and true asset securitizations. The aim of this workshop is to familiarize individuals practicing in Islamic and conventional finance with the principles, structures, and methodologies and practical transactional issues relating to the use of Sukuk in modern Islamic finance. It will also explain various structures that underlie Sukuk, including the Ijara, Musharaka, Mudaraba, Murabaha and others.