Opalesque Islamic Finance – NEWS
– Abu Dhabi: Law to regulate Islamic insurance
– Islamic banks are here to stay
– New agencies to standardise Islamic banking
– Senegal to showcase Islamic banking potential
– StanChart benefits from rapid progress in Islamic finance
– Syria: Cham Bank revenues grow by 96.7 pct
– IDB board decides to raise capital, reelects Mohamed Ali as president
– Qatar’s banking sector sees ‘remarkable’ growth
– Bahrain’s banking growth ‘extraordinary’
– ADIB first to launch Cash Cover Takaful Service
– Awareness on export credit and investment insurance rising in OIC countries
– Australian initiatives to boost Shariah-compliant projects
– Australia set to accommodate Islamic sharia finance
– Islam provides greater economic stability: Pak economist
– Adaptation of Islamic economic system to alleviate poverty
– LB Finance launches Islamic finance unit
– Consider setting up supra-sovereign wealth fund, Muslim nations told
– Sukuk gain to six-month high on global growth: Islamic finance
– Jordan to tap Islamic or Eurobonds debt market
– Bursa Suq Al-Sila’ facilitates Sukuk 1Malaysia
– Brunei: Successful issuances of Sukuk Al-Ijarah securities
– Saudi Zakat to be handled by independent body
– Malaysia: Halal benchmark
– Malaysia govt plans to set-up separate accounts for non-halal revenue
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