Fundamentals of Islamic money and capital markets by Azmi Omar, Muhamad Abduh, Raditya Sukmana

By Azmi Omar, Muhamad Abduh, Raditya Sukmana

The 1st accomplished advisor to Islamic monetary markets in accordance with the direction taught on the foreign Islamic college Malaysia, this can be the 1st ebook on Islamic finance to concentration completely on funds and capital markets. protecting uncomplicated suggestions in addition to present practices in Islamic monetary markets, the booklet good points case reviews from actual markets. It outlines the speculation of cash when it comes to value, Read more...


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Islamic Collective Investments Islamic collective investments or Islamic mutual funds is a type of investment scheme that involves collecting money from different investors and then combining all the money collected to fund the investment, which is in compliance with Shariah principles. A collective investment scheme provides almost absolute control of the investment to the company pooling and investing the money. This chapter includes only a brief discussion of the development of the Islamic unit trust in general and the Islamic Real Estate Investment Trust (iREIT).

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Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Source: Malaysian Capital Market Masterplan, Securities Commission, Malaysia. 30 / FUNDAMENTALS OF ISLAMIC MONEY AND CAPITAL MARKETS Six objectives have been identified that form the basis for the CMP’s main strategic initiatives and specific recommendations: (1) to be the preferred fund-raising center for Malaysian companies, (2) to promote an effective investment management industry and a more conducive environment for investors, (3) to enhance the competitive position and efficiency of market institutions, (4) to develop a strong and competitive environment for intermediation services, (5) to ensure a stronger and a more facilitative regulatory regime, and (6) to establish Malaysia as an international Islamic capital market center.

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