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a| 10.5040/9781472920379 2| doi
a| UtOrBLW b| eng c| UtOrBLW d| UkLoBP e| rda e| pn
a| HG3368.A6 b| I85 2010
a| 332.091767 2| 23
a| Islamic finance b| instruments and markets.
a| London b| Bloomsbury c| 2010.
a| 1 online resource (238 p.)
a| text b| txt
a| computer b| c
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a| Cover; Contents; Contributors; Best Practice: Instruments; Viewpoint: Shariah Law-Bringing a New Ethical Dimension to Banking; Islamic Modes of Finance and the Role of Sukuk; Introduction to Islamic Financial Risk Management Products; Islamic Insurance Markets and the Structure of Takaful; Identifying the Main Regulatory Challenges for Islamic Finance; Islamic Microfinance: Fulfilling Social and Developmental Expectations; Risk Management of Islamic Finance Instruments; Sukuk Issuance and Issues in Purchase Undertakings; Auditing Islamic Financial Institutions; Islamic Finance Litigation
a| Best Practice: MarketsIslamic Capital Markets: The Role of Sukuk; Capital Adequacy Requirements for Islamic Financial Institutions: Key Issues; The International Role of Islamic Finance; Investment Risk in Islamic Finance; Middle East and North Africa Region: Financial Sector and Integration; Managing Shariah-Compliant Portfolios: The Challenges, the Process, and the Opportunities; Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Risk in the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries: Managing Risk and Boosting Profit; Bankruptcy Resolution and Investor Protection in Sukuk Markets
a| Procedures for Reporting Financial Risk in Islamic FinanceThe Emergence and Development of Islamic Banking; Islamic Finance and the Global Financial Crisis; Checklists: Instruments; Alternatives to Riba in Islamic Finance; Key Islamic Banking Instruments and How They Work; Key Principles of Islamic Finance; Murabahah Sale Instruments and Their Applications; An Overview of Shariah-Compliant Funds; Possibilities for Shariah-Compliant Derivatives; The Role of the Shariah Advisory Board in Islamic Finance; Sukuk: Islamic Bonds; Takaful Insurance; Checklists: Markets
a| Business Ethics in Islamic FinanceIslamic Commercial Law; Islamic Equity Funds; Islamic Joint Ventures; Islamic Law of Contracts; Islamic Microfinance; Managing Risk in Islamic Finance; Regulatory and Capital Issues under Shariah Law; Country Profiles; Shariah Law: An International Perspective; Algeria; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Brunei; Egypt; Indonesia; Iran; Iraq; Israel and the Palestinian Territories; Jordan; Kuwait; Lebanon; Libya; Malaysia; Morocco; Pakistan; Qatar; Saudi Arabia; Syria; United Arab Emirates; Information Sources; Books; Magazines; Journals; Internet; Organizations; Index; A
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a| Includes bibliographical references and index.
a| Also issued in print
a| Electronic reproduction. b| London : c| Bloomsbury Publishing, d| 2015 n| Available via World Wide Web. n| Access limited by licensing agreement
a| Includes index
a| "Islamic Finance: Instruments and Markets looks at the application of Sharia law to the world of banking and finance. It provides you with an understanding of the rationale behind the instruments and the rapidly developing Islamic financial markets. Coverage includes in-depth analysis of the financial instruments within the Sharia framework and how they are applied in various sectors including insurance, investment and capital markets. Regulatory issues are also discussed both from the role of the Sharia board to reporting financial risk to legal bodies."--Bloomsbury Publishing
a| Islamic Finance: Instruments and Markets looks at the application of Sharia law to the world of banking and finance. It provides you with an understanding of the rationale behind the instruments and the rapidly developing Islamic financial markets. Coverage includes in-depth analysis of the financial instruments within the Sharia framework and how they are applied in various sectors including insurance, investment and capital markets. Regulatory issues are also discussed both from the role of the Sharia board to reporting financial risk to legal bodies. It addresses issues such as bringing a New Ethical Dimension to Banking through to The International Role of Islamic Finance and provides you with a range of checklists from Business Ethics in Islamic Finance to The Role of the Shariah Advisory Board in Islamic Finance and Regulatory and Capital Issues under Shariah Law
a| Finance (Islamic law)
2| Corporate finance
a| Hayʼat Markaz Qaṭar lil-Māl, e| contributor.
a| Qfinance (Series)