Jan30

Features of Structured Products in the evolution of the Sukuk structure

Friday, 30 January 2015 Written by // Baiza Bain

Features of Structured Products in the evolution of the Sukuk structure

In recent times, where there have been many economic downturns and the stock market value has been battered, investors are more demanding when it comes to the features of the investment products that are offered to them. Effectively, investors nowadays would like the best of both worlds where they would be given some assurance that their capital will be preserved and at the same time they would like to have the chance to receive generous amounts of returns. Various investment banks have undertaken the effort to pioneer such a product that will appeal to both institutional and also retail investors.

Jan17

Jurisprudence of Screening In Contemporary Islamic Finance Architecture

Saturday, 10 January 2015 Written by // Datuk Dr. Mohd Daud Bakar

Jurisprudence of Screening In Contemporary Islamic Finance Architecture

Screening is a term which was never heard of in Islamic finance terminology in the past. However, screening has been very central in the modern Islamic finance landscape as it will ultimately determine what can be invested in and what is not. To this effect, one needs to understand the socio-economic background of this modern phenomenon that has led to the notion of screening to the central debate of Shariah compliance in some of the existing asset classes in Islamic finance.

Feb11

The Superior Choice

Written by // Razi Pahlavi

The Superior Choice

On paper, the Commodity Murabahah concept is the likely answer for the issues surrounding similar Shariah-compliant structures. The question raised now is, what’s stopping its full acceptance?

Murabahah is the most acceptable form of financing model by any standards. It sets off the business risk attached together in the Musharakah and Mudarabah structures, as banks are not involved in any partnership arrangements exposing to any particular business risks.

Jan05

Restructuring Of Sukuk: A Shariah Perspective Featured

Written by // Datuk Dr. Mohd Daud Bakar

Restructuring Of Sukuk: A Shariah Perspective Featured

Sukuk is one of the financial market products which are, by design, vulnerable to both technical and actual defaults. While actual default would come from the inability of the issuer to make timely payment of any financial obligation to the Sukuk investors, technical default arises from the failure of the issuer to meet certain financial ratios during the tenor of the Sukuk. These will normally be disclosed in the Terms Sheet or Prospectus of the Sukuk to which the Sukuk investors would have access to.

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