Islamic finance

Islamic finance guidance:

What is Shari'ah compliant financing? Shari'ah compliant financing arrangements, also known as Islamic financing arrangements, are designed to comply with Shari'ah or...

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The Islamic finance glossary pulls together key definitions and acronyms for terms commonly used in the Islamic finance industry and in Islamic finance products and...

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This Practice Note provides a high-level overview of the key standard setters and participants in the Islamic finance industry and their respective roles, including the...

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Shari’ah compliant or Islamic finance is a form of financing based on principles of and prohibitions under Shari’ah or Islamic law. These principles and prohibitions are...

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Introduction Shari'ah (also Sharia, Shariah or Shari’a) (literally, in Arabic, 'the path towards the watering place') or Islamic law is the legal system of the religion...

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This Practice Note provides an overview of the key considerations that an Obligor should take into account in selecting an appropriate structure for the issuance of...

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Takaful is a means of providing risk-cover conducted in line with the principles of Islam. To understand the mechanics of takaful and its documentation, it is critical to...

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Like their conventional counterparts, takaful operators (ie Islamic insurance providers) have a number of ways to distribute their Shari’ah compliant life insurance...

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Takaful is the provision of risk-cover conducted in line with the principles of Islamic law (Shari’ah). It offers a unique and important alternative to conventional...

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This Practice Note sets out the key differences between conventional bonds and sukuk, or trust certificates as they are otherwise known, (the Sukuk). The Practice Note...

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