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Islamic finance is not religious, but ethical business

‘Islamic finance is not religious, but ethical business’

By Chijioke Nelson

Professor Binta Tijani Jibril is the Director of International Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance, Bayero University, Kano State. 1,397 more words

Do Muslim Poor Self-Exclude Them from the Financial System for Reasons of Faith?

In a 2007 study “Islamic Microfinance Development: Challenges and Initiatives” undertaken by the Islamic Research and Training Institute, we observed that most of the member countries of the OIC with significant Muslim population had high and rising poverty levels. 787 more words


Values for money

April 24 2017 | Philanthropy Age | Against a $15bn global shortfall in aid, Islamic finance and giving is gaining currency for humanitarian actors seeking to bridge the funding gap. Continue reading


Finance: Dubai in talks for Islamic bond sale

Dubai is in talks with banks for a possible Islamic bond sale, people familiar with the matter said, as it considers joining its Gulf neighbors in using public markets to fund a budget deficit, … 255 more words


Research Journal - International -

This list is a copy paste from the mentioned blog below, only to make me easier to reach sometimes later. 188 more words

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Saudi Sukuk Delay Signals Investor Unease

Institutional names worldwide appear to be resisting an anticipated mega-sukuk to be offered by Saudi Arabia. If successful, the $10 billion sale would be the largest-ever, dollar-denominated Islamic bond offering. 171 more words

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Maqasid al-Shariah, SDGs and Environment

In this blog I seek to demonstrate the convergence of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in general, and the goal of climate management in particular with the objectives (Maqasid) of Shariah (MaS). 649 more words

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