Opalesque Islamic Finance Briefing 30. Jul 2010

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– Kazakhstan turns to Sukuk as Eurobond dropped
– Sukuk loses shine for traditional Gulf issuers
– World-wide sukuk issuances rise two-fold to $13.7bln in H1
– A new era for Islamic finance in Asia Pacific
– Malaysia’s royal award for Islamic finance
– Sri Lanka informal Islamic financiers should prepare for regulation: official
– Understanding Islamic finance
– Big role for Islamic finance (Video)
– Zimbabwe: Is there scope for Islamic Banking?
– Qatar International Islamic bank seeks 81 pct stake in Bank Of Britain
– Mashreq Q2 profit tumbles on higher provisions
– Saudi Arabia sees jump in private sector lending
– Al khaliji looking to complete IBQ due diligence in 8 weeks
– Al khaliji advisers to report on IBQ merger in 4 weeks
– Ahlibank eyes fast growth in next five years
– Turkish businessmen seek to establish joint banks in Syria
– US consumer, energy good picks for Islamic investors
– Latham, Skadden and Hogan Lovells advise on $3.5bln Qatar development finance deal