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With an estimated worth of around $1.1 trillion in global assets, Islamic finance has experienced continuous growth against a backdrop of global economic turmoil affecting conventional markets. While the appeal to gain exposure to safer and better performing...
Islamic banking is banking in consonance with the ethos and value system of Islam and governed, in addition to conventional and risk management rules, by the principles laid down by sharia – laws imposed by the Koran and the jurisprudence of Islamic...
The global financial crisis may prove to be a blessing in disguise for Islamic structured products providers in Malaysia, as demand for low-risk, sharia-compliant products is outpacing demand for conventional structured products. Wietske Blees reports...
Malaysia has spearheaded the development of sharia-compliant financial services in Asia, with the government giving its full support to the development of Islamic finance for more than two decades. One of its latest efforts is designed to help banks with...
Academics and industry participants in Malaysia are advocating further developments of treasury and money market products, notably via a new exchange initiative. But commodity murabaha structures developed to facilitate liquidity management by banks based...
The global financial crisis may prove to be a blessing in disguise for Islamic structured products providers in Malaysia, as demand for low-risk, sharia-compliant products is outpacing demand for conventional structured products.
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