CIMB Islamic


Islamic finance has grown at a tremendous pace over the past few years. On the surface, it seems as though there is an easily accessible sharia-compliant alternative to virtually every structure offered in the conventional world. This picture, however, is somewhat skewed. In reality, the vast majority of products are only available to very affluent and large institutional investors. This is because it can be difficult to marry the sharia requirement to purchase underlying assets when executing a

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