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South Africa Islamic financial institutions deliver consistent double-digit growth

FNB Islamic Banking has been awarded "Best Islamic Banking Window in South Africa for 2019" at the Global Business Outlook Awards.The awards recognise and...

Islamic banking challenges

The signature of President Duterte is all that remains before Islamic banking is institutionalized in this predominantly Christian country. The initial effort to engage in...

HSBC Malaysia launches ESG Islamic structured product

KUALA LUMPUR: HSBC in Malaysia launched its first environmental, social and governance (ESG) Islamic structured product in the country. The landmark ringgit principal protected participation...

Fintech to help Qatar become Islamic finance hub: QFC

Fintech can enable Islamic finance to attract more customers, increase efficiency, reduce costs and offer a wider range of products, helping the sector become...

Islamic Financing Market Segmentation, Analysis by Recent Trends, Development by Regions...

Market Study Report recently published report on Global Islamic Financing Market Report is an in-depth study providing complete analysis of the industry for the...

Characteristics of Islamic Finance

One of the most important characteristics Islamic financing is that is an asset-backed financing. The conventional / capitalist concept of financing is that the...

The History of Islamic Finance

Background To make a draw of the history of Islamic finance we should go back to the 2nd century, when the Arabic area was passed...

Wadiah

Wadiah corresponds to safekeeping, custody, deposit and trust. In Islamic finance, wadiah refers to the deposit of funds or assets by a person with...

Memorandum of Understanding between Bank Negara Malaysia and Dubai Financial Services...

On 28 November 2018, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) and Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on supervisory cooperation for...

Islamic Finance: Just For Muslim-Majority Nations?

Islamic finance is today a $2.2 trillion industry spread over more than 60 countries with the bulk of it concentrated in very few markets. Data compiled by the Union of Arab Banks’ research department shows that just 10 countries account for 95% of the world’s sharia-compliant assets. Iran leads the way with 30% of the global total followed by Saudi Arabia (24%), Malaysia (11%), the United Arab Emirates (10%), Qatar (6%), Kuwait (5%), Bahrain (4%), Bangladesh (1.8%), Indonesia (1.6%) and Pakistan (1%).
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