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In almost all contemporary Islamic Finance structures and products, a fair amount of attention is given to how assets are being possessed, transferred and how the associated risks are being allocated. Similarly, retail investments are vetted and screened...
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I often describe the sale item or the subject matter of a contract as the ‘heart’ of a transaction; everything revolves around the sale item and it is central to a transaction. If the subject matter is the...
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To determine the Shariah compliance of an equity investment, a company’s business and financials are screened. Investors commonly ask the nature and evidence behind the 30% and 5%. This article addresses the rationale and the history of the...
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What makes a company a “Fintech”? By having a website or a mobile App, it does not mean a company is necessarily a “Fintech” per se in this era. Before answering this question, we must address what Fintech...
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The Dinar is typically referred to as the ‘currency of Islam’. The idea stems from the fact that the initial currency minted by an Islamic government was that of the gold Dinar and silver Dirham. It was the...
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