Opalesque Islamic Finance Briefing 17. Jun 2010 – News
– PwC: Islamic finance needs better offering
– Development projects in Asia, Middle East to spur Sukuk growth
– UK government ‘warms to idea of sovereign sukuk’
– MFSA keeping an eye on sukuk financing
– Jordan may sell bonds internationally, minister says
– Mumtalakat is ready to launch bonds roadshow
– Pakistan developing Shariah-compliant products for money market
– Ithmaar fully sharia-compliant says bank
– The sovereign debt crisis and Islamic banking
– Bank Permata offers new sharia financing scheme
– Reach out to rural areas with microcredit, Bank Islam urged
– Saadiq aims to contribute 14 pct growth to Stanchart’s total assets
– GCC banks to recover next year: Moody’s
– Bank Islam to tap potential markets for pawnbroking services
– Nigeria: Islamic banking – NDIC sends six to Malaysia
– Saudi’s SABIC gets $1bln credit from Alinma Bank
– Kurnia seeks takaful licence

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