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Why Islamic financial products are catching on outside the Muslim world

Why Islamic financial products are catching on outside the Muslim world | Islamic Finance | Scoop.it
IN JUNE Britain became the first non-Muslim country to issue sukuk, the Islamic equivalent of a bond (the word itself is the plural of sakk, which means...
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Islamic financial product: Sukuk Bond! 

major entry in non islamic contries 

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Islamic Development Bank to raise up to $1.2 billion- Chief Executive Khaled Al-Aboodi

Islamic Development Bank to raise up to $1.2 billion- Chief Executive Khaled Al-Aboodi | Islamic Finance | Scoop.it
The private sector arm of the Jeddah-based Islamic Development Bank plans to tap Islamic capital markets to raise as much as $1.2 billion in long-term funds during its current financial year, its...
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Islamic banking not consistent with existing laws: Reserve Bank

Islamic banking not consistent with existing laws: Reserve Bank | Islamic Finance | Scoop.it
SRINAGAR: The Reserve Bank today said Islamic banking is not consistent with current banking laws in India. "We got to see that Islamic Banking which does not allow charging interest or taking of...
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Relationship between Islamic Banking and central bank in India

 

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Russia Sanctions Spur Bank Drive for Shariah Funding Role

Sanctions on Russia over the crisis with Ukraine are leading banks to call for the development of Islamic finance as they seek alternatives to European and U.S. pools of funding.
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Russia interested in Islamic Finance as alternative to the sanctions. 

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UK’s hopes for sukuk bonds - FT Markets - Markets & Investing Video - FT.com

UK’s hopes for sukuk bonds - FT Markets - Markets & Investing Video - FT.com | Islamic Finance | Scoop.it
The UK plans to launch a sukuk bond with the aim of attracting lucrative Islamic finance deals. Neil Miller, global head of Islamic finance at Linklaters, explains to capital markets correspondent Robin Wigglesworth the attraction of a UK sukuk bond
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Major player in financial products : the UK

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Islamic Finance and banking news

Islamic Finance and banking news | Islamic Finance | Scoop.it
Islamic Finance and banking news
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Will London be the Islamic Financial Hub?

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The Future of Islamic Banking - Financial Institutions Article - A.T. Kearney - A.T. Kearney

The Future of Islamic Banking - Financial Institutions Article - A.T. Kearney - A.T. Kearney | Islamic Finance | Scoop.it
While past performance shows there is still reason for optimism, sustaining growth will require most banks to do some work.
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What Islamic Finance will look in the near future.

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Why Islamic financial products are catching on outside the Muslim world

Why Islamic financial products are catching on outside the Muslim world | Islamic Finance | Scoop.it
IN JUNE Britain became the first non-Muslim country to issue sukuk, the Islamic equivalent of a bond (the word itself is the plural of sakk, which means...
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Islamic financial product: Sukuk Bond! 

major entry in non islamic contries 

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Big interest, no interest

Big interest, no interest | Islamic Finance | Scoop.it
AFTER morning coffee but before the keynote speaker came the muezzin’s recitation from the Koran: “Those who consume interest cannot stand except as one stands...
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Growth of  financial products in the islamic finance market

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