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By Azmi Omar, Muhamad Abduh, Raditya Sukmana

The 1st accomplished advisor to Islamic monetary markets in keeping with the direction taught on the overseas Islamic college Malaysia, this is often the 1st e-book on Islamic finance to concentration solely on funds and capital markets. overlaying easy ideas in addition to present practices in Islamic monetary markets, the publication gains case reports from actual markets. It outlines the idea of cash by way of value, Read more...

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In 2005, The World Bank issued RM760 million Islamic bonds that will mature in 2010. This ringgit-denominated issue is the largest supranational deal in the ringgit bond market. 7. In 2009 the Malaysian Government issued RM5 billion-worth of Sukuk Simpanan Rakyat. 8. Bank Negara Malaysia on May 10, 2010, released a press statement that the Malaysian Government would issue RM3 billion-worth of Sukuk 1Malaysia 2010 on June 21, 2010. Islamic Collective Investments Islamic collective investments or Islamic mutual funds is a type of investment scheme that involves collecting money from different investors and then combining all the money collected to fund the investment, which is in compliance with Shariah principles.

7 Timeline of Evolution of Islamic Finance 1. 1975, emergence of first Islamic commercial bank, Dubai Islamic Bank, and Islamic Development Bank. 1. Public policy interest in the Islamic financial system grew in several countries. 2. The AAOIFI was established. 3 The Harvard Islamic Finance Forum was established. 2. 1975, Fiqhi objections to conventional insurance become pronounced. 4. The Dow Jones and Financial Times Islamic Index was established. 3. 1976, first International Conference on Islamic Economics in Makkah.

In general, all Islamic financial instruments and institutions must comply with Shariah principles, namely:    Prohibition of riba Application of al-bay’ (trade and commerce) Avoidence of gharar (ambiguity) in contractual agreement 18 / FUNDAMENTALS OF ISLAMIC MONEY AND CAPITAL MARKETS   Prohibition of maisir (gambling) Disengagement from production of prohibited commodities, such as pork, liquor, tobacco, and so forth. In addition, many Islamic finance scholars assert that although Islamic finance institutions perform mostly the same functions as conventional ones, they do this in distinctly different ways.

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