4 edition of Islamic financial services and products found in the catalog.
Islamic financial services and products
by Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia (IKIM) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Written in English
In English, with some articles in Malay.
|Statement||[edited by] Abdul Monir Yaacob, Hamiza Ibrahim.|
|Contributions||A. Monir Yaacob|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2000/00208 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||99918045|
Impact of Financial Technology (FinTech) on Islamic Finance and Financial Stability is an essential publication that examines both the theory and application of newly-available financial services and discusses the impact of FinTech on the Islamic financial service industry. Featuring research on topics such as cryptocurrency, peer-to-peer. "This textbook is a representation of the continuous and relentless commitment by the International Shari'ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA) to enhance the talent pool of the Islamic financial services industry and to enrich its academic resources."Author: Marjan Muhammad.
Islamic finance is a rapidly expanding, global industry and this book is designed to provide a practical treatment of the subject. It includes discussion and analysis of the negotiation and structure involved in Islamic finance transactions, with relevant case studies, structure diagrams and precedent material supporting the commentary throughout. Financial institutions are increasingly providing Islamic financial contracts in global markets. As a result of this market growth there is a high demand to understand how to assess and manage the risks arising from applying Islamic financial products and services. Credit, operational, market and.
Get this from a library! Islamic Financial Products: Principles, Instruments and Structures.. [Mohd Ma'Sum Billah] -- Islamic finance has grown exponentially since and has reached more than 70 countries around the world with the asset size of about $ trillion. The Islamic financial system today comprises a. although standardization of Islamic products across different countries remains a challenge. Since , the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI), based in Bahrain, has been issuing accounting, auditing, and Shari’ah standards for financial reporting at Islamic financial Size: KB.
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Islamic financial companies have developed many different products to meet customer needs and provide sharia-compliant alternatives to widely available conventional options.
In this article, you discover some common categories of Islamic financial products. In practice, a product can be developed to serve many purposes — not only to satisfy social justice demands. Global Islamic Financial Services Firm is a global Shariah investment, certification and advisory firm.
management and corporate finance firm with a strong Islamic finance practice. We offer innovative, market-leading services and products to corporates, financial institutions, export credit agencies, investment banks and governments on.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: In English, with some articles in Malay. Notes: "Compilation of the seminar on Islamic Financial Services and Products held on August at the Grand Hall of the Institute of Islamic Understanding, Malaysia"--Page ix.
This book provides a new source of understanding of Islamic financial products. Islamic finance has grown exponentially since and has reached more than 70 countries around the world with the asset size of about $ trillion. The Islamic. The International Islamic Financial Market — a standardization body of the Islamic Financial Services Board for Islamic capital market products and operations — was founded in November through the cooperation of the governments and central banks of Brunei, Indonesia and Sudan.
Its secretariat is located in Manama Bahrain. The Islamic financial system today comprises a sizable asset base and there is evidence of sustained demand for Islamic financial products and services in the global market, with demand outstripping supply. This book provides a new source of understanding of the Islamic financial products in view of facilitating academia, industrialists.
Islamic finance is a global financial system that complies with sharia (Islamic law) — a code of conduct that guides all aspects of Muslim life. Sharia prohibits certain elements that are common in conventional finance, such as interest and speculation.
As the world’s Muslim population increases, the demand for Islamic financial firms and products is [ ]. SIMON ARCHER is a visiting professor at the ICMA Centre, the ground-breaking collaboration between the securities industry and Henley Business School, University of Reading (also UK). In addition to teaching, he has served as a consultant to the Accounting and Auditing Organisation for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI) and the Islamic Financial Services.
This book is the most comprehensive and authoritative practical guide to financial transactions under Islamic law. Global interest in Shari'a-compliant financial practices continues to increase, but Islamic financial products can often be hard to understand, not least because they often cut across rather than strictly align with more conventional financial products.
Islamic finance has grown exponentially since and has reached more than 70 countries around the world with the asset size of about $ trillion.
The Islamic financial system today comprises a sizable asset base and there is evidence of sustained demand for Islamic financial products and services in the global market, with demand.
Islamic Capital Markets: Products and Strategies is the complete investors' guide to Islamic finance. Author Bios DR M. KABIR HASSAN is a financial economist with consulting, research and teaching experience in development finance, money and capital markets, Islamic finance, corporate finance, investments, monetary economics, macroeconomics and.
introduction and justification of an Islamic Financial System. The second part dwells upon the products services of a conventional and Islamic Banking system. The third part is devoted to conventional insurance products and its Islamic alternatives. The fifth part talks. Islamic Structured Products – An innovative investment concept complying with the principles of Sharia that allows investors an opportunity to magnify returns by investing in short to medium term, partially or fully capital protected products.
Structured products offer an alternative to fixed deposits where the return is based on the performance of an “Underlying asset” which may.
place in Islamic finance. The past 30 to 40 years has seen dramatic changes in this sector of the finance industry with a marked growth in both the demand for and the provision of products and services.
The Islamic finance industry is still growing at an exceptional rate as more companies expand into or further develop their offerings in this Size: 1MB. Book Description: A systematic study of the process of developing Islamic financial products for banks.
Islamic banking began in the s with the aim of providing financial services compatible with Islamic law. Driven by market forces it has grown rapidly in Muslim countries and in international financial sectors. Examines the processes and issues involved in developing Islamic financial products for banks.
Islamic banking began in the s with the aim of providing financial services compatible with Islamic law. Driven by market forces it has grown rapidly in Muslim countries and in international financial sectors.
A guide to Islamic investment opportunities from the CEO of the world's leading Islamic finance bank. Offering an insider's perspective on a rapidly growing sector of the financial industry, Investing in Islamic Funds details the basic principles of Islamic investing for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
It explains how Islamic equity and fixed-income products differ from traditional Cited by: 2. While other texts on the subject look at the basic concepts, principles, contracts and financial products used in Islamic banking and finance, Understanding Islamic Financial Services goes one step further and provides a new context, identifying four levels on which the Islamic Financial system operates: product level, institution level, market.
The North American Islamic Trust (NAIT) is a waqf, the historical Islamic equivalent of an American trust or endowment, serving Muslims in the United States and their institutions. NAIT facilitates the realization of American Muslims' desire for a virtuous and happy life in a Shari'ah-compliant way.
NAIT is a not-for-profit entity that qualifies as a tax-exempt organization under. ISLAMIC FINANCE 6 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Islamic finance has the potential for further contributions in at least three dimensions. First, it promises to foster greater financial inclusion, especially of large underserved Muslim populations.
Alwaleed Islamic Bank (AIB) is a Private Islamic Bank with its reputation & triumph structured by providing customers with supreme levels of customer solutions. AIB Private banking involves providing banking, investment, tax management, and other financial services to high net worth individuals (HNWIs).This book demonstrates how the global market for Islamic financial services has shown strong growth in recent years and shown remarkable resilience during the global financial g on a range of international perspectives from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Malaysia, Pakistan, Australia and Europe, this book explores the characteristics and performance of.
With this platform established in the first part of the book, readers will begin to learn of the financial products and services offered, appreciate the challenges in their development, and ultimately recognize the significant opportunities that Islamic banking and finance can provide both Muslims and non-Muslims.