Islamic finance needs better risk return

Islamic finance needs to improve on a risk-return basis and offer a wider choice of offerings if it wants to reach more conventional retail and institutional investors, according to Tai Boon Leong, executive director at the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

“While it is not unexpected for markets in the early stages of development to experience higher unit costs, institutions must pay close attention to their cost structures so as to provide investors and clients with better pricing and

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