Journals Higher Education



27 January 2011

184 Pages

ISBN: 9780748639953

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Islamic Asset Management

An Asset Class on its Own?

Natalie Schoon

Published by Edinburgh University Press

  • Contains valuable information on Shari'ah compliant fund structures and the type of instruments that can be invested in
  • Considers practical implementation matters such as operational issues, available indices and the role of the Shari'ah Supervisory Board
  • Includes case studies of the funds available to investors including the BLME $ Income Fund, SWIP Islamic Global Equity Fund, the Saudi Al Rajhi Fund Range and the Malaysian blue chip i-VCAP-MyETF-DJIM25
  • Features a glossary of abbreviations and key Arabic terms
  • Relevant to investors and practitioners in the industry, and to non-Muslims interested in investing based on the same set of principles, norms and values

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