Asia Risk awards 2010: Islamic product house of the year

Asia Risk awards 2010: Islamic product house of the year

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Unlike the fast-developing Islamic banking market, the Islamic derivatives market has remained largely at infancy with transactions focused on the profit rate swap. However, this is not necessarily the case for CIMB Islamic. Its ability to deliver innovative structures at competitive pricing has consistently enabled it to stay ahead of the competition. A Malaysian institutional client specialising in fixed income tells Asia Risk: “CIMB is the best Islamic universal bank in this region. The

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