HSBC offers capital protection for sharia investment products

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The market for retail investment products that comply with sharia (Islamic) law is growing. The latest development, marketed by HSBC, is a structure based on constant portfolio protection insurance (CPPI) that offers investors capital protection.

It is the latest in a series of sharia-compliant wealth management products targeted at Middle East investors and sold by Amanah Finance, a London-based subsidiary of the HSBC Group. Called the

Dynamic Allocation Shield Fund, it is structured to cap

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