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MUDARABAH

Mudarabah financing is a kind of partnership where one partner contributes money (i.e. the financier) to another (entrepreneur, who contributes his expertise, skill, knowledge, labour, idea), for investing in a commercial enterprise. 1,908 more words

Islamic Financing: Mudharabah

Mudarabah financing is a kind of partnership where one partner contributes money (i.e. the financier) to another (entrepreneur, who contributes his expertise, skill, knowledge, labour, idea), for investing in a commercial enterprise. 1,892 more words

Islamic Finance

What is 'Takaful' (= Islamic Insurance)

What is Takaful?

All human activities are subject to risk of loss from unforeseen events. To alleviate this burden to individuals, what we now call insurance has existed since at least 215 BC. 404 more words

The Muslim Times

DIMINISHING MUSHARAKAH

A form of Musharakah, developed in the near past, is the ‘Diminishing Musharakah.’

According to this concept, a financier and his client participate either in the joint ownership of property or equipment, or in a joint commercial enterprise. 2,757 more words

Business

Islamic Finance Investment Models

Islamic banks cannot charge interest on financing transactions, hence, they have to seek alternative business processed to finance entrepreneurs who are not ‘borrowers’ as the case with conventional banks but are either partners (equity based), customers  (trade based) or lessees (lease based) to the Islamic bank. 1,041 more words

Islamic Finance

Why FOREX Trading is damaging the Economy and why it is morally unacceptable

This is an excerpt from the video made by Sheikh Hacene Chebbani on FOREX Trading.

Sheikh Hacene Chebbani was born in Algeria and he is graduated in Shariah from the Islamic University of Madinah in 1993 and also completed a Master’s in Islamic Finance (2012) from UK. 650 more words

Blogs

New Trends in Regulating Risk in Islamic Finance

UAE editor Paul Lee details how Western courts have married Western and Islamic finance without compromising the principle of fair competition.

The regulation of Islamic finance has generally been an area to which Western jurisdictions have devoted limited attention, and courts and regulators have been forced to step in ad hoc to fill necessary gaps. 2,199 more words

Pluralism