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IslamicFinance.com and Sukuk.com are Initiative’s for the Development of the Islamic Financial Market
- 1 IslamicFinance.com and Sukuk.com are Initiative’s for the Development of the Islamic Financial Market
- 1.1.1 Industry Principles
- 1.1.2 How to Build the Global Islamic Financial Centre
- 1.1.3 Sharia Finance Contract Structures
- 1.1.4 The Issuance of Sukuk - Main Steps in Issuance Lif...
- 1.1.5 The Size of the Market
- 1.1.6 Misconceptions of Sharia Law
- 1.1.7 A History of Islamic Finance traces orgins to mode...
- 1.1.8 Islamic vs Conventional Finance
- 1.1.9 Regarding Riba as Permissible?
- 1.1.10 Some Types of Haraam Transactions
- 1.2 Recent Articles
- 1.3 Islamic Finance offers Alternative to Weaponised US Dollar and SWIFT
- 1.4 Sukuk and Islamic Finance are Transforming Africa
- 1.5 Gold Banking – A Game Changer for Islamic Finance
- 1.6 South Africa’s debut Sukuk was “very tough” – South African Treasury
- 1.7 Islamic Finance – Our Journey
- 1.8 Internationalising Islamic Finance – The Malaysian Experience
- 1.1 Essential Reading
Islamic Finance and its sister site Sukuk are initiatives for the enhancement and development of the Islamic financial market  by means of free access to a comprehensive Sukuk database of issued sukuk and its arrangers, structure and issuer data , the latest market news, trends and information  as well as a database of qualified industry professionals and services firms .
IslamicFinance.com and Sukuk.com are brought to you by the Islamic Finance and Sukuk Company, a leading and authoritative company specializing in the Islamic Finance sector. We provide detailed coverage of Islamic Finance and its related sectors covering Islamic Banking, Islamic Funds, Sukuk and Takaful.
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Naveed Mohammed is the founder of IslamicFinance.com and Sukuk.com. Naveed graduated with a degree in Computer Science from University of Manchester and was part of team which listed the first Shari’a compliant investment firm on the London Stock Exchange, Tejoori.
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