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Corporate finance in Islamic perspective

Corporate finance in Islamic perspective

By Dr. Waquar Anwar At the outset it is felt necessary to delineate the topic and its parlance so that its purpose and contour may be appreciated in their proper perspectives. The topic may be translated into other words as ...

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Islamic Banking is Not Solely for Muslims

Islamic Banking is Not Solely for Muslims

By Prof. Irfan Shahid Some people believe that Islamic Banking is particularly for Muslims and only Muslims can derive benefit from it. There is a misconception that Islamic Economical System will ruin their economy. A judicious research conducted by International ...

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Why India needs Islamic banking

Why India needs Islamic banking

Thought Paper By: Riaz Akhtar,Senior Consultant, Infosys & Babita Talreja,Principal Consultant, Infosys Islamic banking seems an alien concept in India’s conventional banking world. Despite its  impressive growth in other parts of world such  as the Middle East, South East Asia (which ...

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RBI not approved Islamic Banking

RBI not approved Islamic Banking

The approval of an NBFC (Non Banking Financial Company) of Kerala named Cheraman Financial Services based on Islamic principles by Reserve Bank of India  is to be welcomed by all. Cheraman Financial Services Ltd is a joint venture of Kerala ...

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Sukuk and the India Story

Sukuk and the India Story

By : Ms Amrin Memon (MBA – Finance) Sukuk, due to their fixed profile and enhanced credit features, are one of the most popular and commonly used financial instruments in the Islamic Capital and Money Market. Sukuk are the fastest ...

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