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July 2014 Issue

  • Telegraph, London

    Britain is set to become the first Non-Muslim country to sell a bond that can be bought by Islamic investors in a bid to encourage massive new investment into the city.

  • UKEssays.com, UK

    As the second largest financial centre in North America and Islam being the second most popular religion in Toronto coupled with the recent affirmation for Islamic Finance by the govt, there......



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  • Smart Oman, Oman

    National Bank of Oman and QInvest provided the audience with insightful perspectives into the Sukuk market and its growing importance to issuers as well as investors in today’s environment ......

  • Albawaba, Middle East

    Led by Malaysia and the GCC — the two regional heavyweights and pioneers of the industry — the $1.4 billion global Islamic finance industry is set for a double-digit growth. Global growth of ......

  • Middle East Magazine, Middle East

    By banning speculation, excessive risk and usury, Islamic finance is rooted in “the belief that parties should deal with each other equitably and without exploitation,” notes Hamed Ali, acting chief...

  • International Business Times, NewYork

    Standard & Poor’s released a report on Feb. 5 predicting that Sukuk issuances worldwide will top $100 billion in 2014 thanks to higher demand from the Middle East and growth in Malaysia – the world’s largest market .....

  • Zawya, UAE

    This high level of support for Islamic finance amongst both Muslim and non-Muslim consumers is reflected in the survey findings, which reveal that:66% of those surveyed felt that Sharia finance ......

  • Malaysian Reserve, Malaysia

    Malaysia should develop a strong Islamic economic system to beef up its leading role in Islamic banking and finance, if it wants to avoid stagnation in the related sectors ......

  • Guardian, UK

    London is hosting a meeting of the World Islamic Economic Forum - the first city in a non-Muslim country to do so. David Cameron will use the opportunity to boast ......

  • Alarabia, Middle East

    Islamic Bank of Britain (IBB), the countrys only sharia-compliant retail lender, has received a 75.8 million pound ($124 million) injection from its new Qatari owner to support the banks.......

  • Times of Oman, Oman

    Meethaq is proud to facilitate yet another opportunity to raise awareness on important Islamic banking aspects. As the pioneer of Islamic banking in Oman, Meethaq is committed to offering ......

  • Islam Online, Qatar

    Man possess great potential for Islamic Finance and leading firms and institutes realize the fact and organize events and seminars to highlight the potential ......

  • Bloomberg, London

    Persian Gulf government spending will help drive what may be a record year for Islamic bond sales, Fitch Ratings said, echoing HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA) forecasts. Sales will probably ......

  • Bloomberg, London

    Morocco plans this year to allow Islamic banking for the first time as the only North African nation with an investment-grade rating as Standard & Poor’s seeks to ......

  • Thompson Reuters, USA

    Mauritania's central bank says it will develop Islamic finance as part of efforts to modernise the banking system and make long-term loans available to companies.It will ......

  • The Express Tribune, Pakistan

    Based on the growth and development of Islamic banking in different parts of the world, the Global Islamic Finance Report 2014, to be launched at the Global Donors Forum in Washington ......

  • Zawya, UAE

    Qatar's Islamic Banks have not been very active in the debt capital markets, with only QIB and International Islamic having issued sukuk. Funding and liquidity requirements ......

  • Star, Malaysia

    Malaysia has a niche to develop talent in Islamic finance compared with other Islamic nations amid shortage of such talent as a whole, according to Islamic Banking and Finance .....

  • Forbes, USA

    Islamic financial assets totaled more than $1.3 trillion dollars in 2011 and are thought to now be in the range of $1.8 trillion. The Middle East is flush with cash, and wherever there is cash, people want to invest it to make more ......

  • CPI Financial, UK

    In a statement issued by the IDB, Umakhanov praised the bank’s role to supporting the Muslim community in Russia. Umakhanov invited Ali to visit Russia to meet officials in the banking sector. Responding, Ali said the IDB was ready to assist Russia in every possible way to develop Islamic banking ....

  • Six Countries will Maintain 50 percent Islamic Finance Share

    Express Tribune, Pakistan

    Based on the growth and development of Islamic banking in different parts of the world, the Global Islamic Finance Report 2014, to be launched at the Global Donors Forum in Washington on April 13-16, predicts that by 2020 there will be at least six countries in the world where Islamic banking and finance (IBF) will attain a market share of no less than 50% of the total financial sector ......

  • Reuters, UK

    Britain's government sought to bolster London's position as a centre for Islamic finance on Tuesday by extending its 'Help to Buy' mortgage scheme to loans that comply with Islamic law .....

  • Capital Market Authority, Kenya

    The first Islamic re-insurance product in Kenya will be launched by the Kenya Reinsurance Corporation in 2014, the Capital Market Authority (CMA) announced last week.It called for the creation of a regulatory framework for Islamic capital markets focusing on corporate governance, disclosures, a policyholder compensation fund and responsible pricing ......

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“Gold for gold, silver for silver, wheat for wheat, barley for barley, dates for dates, and salt for salt - like for like, equal for equal, and hand-to-hand; if the commodities differ, then you may sell as you wish, provided that the exchange is hand-to-hand”

Hadith from 'Ubada ibn al-Samit (Muslim & Tirmidhi)


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