Tag Archives: Islamic finance

The Role of Islamic Sukuk “Bonds” in Providing Government Investment Needs (Published)

Islamic and non-Islamic governments have recently expanded significantly towards Islamic Sukuk Bonds as a means of providing financial resources to cover the official government needs. There are strong indicators of expansionary tendencies in the Islamic Issuance Market (IIM), were the IIM has increased significantly, but this requires an integrated legislative framework that compliance with legitimacy (Shariah) rules and regulations specially that there was a large demand for Islamic Sukuk after the global financial crisis, with volumes of issuance of Islamic Sukuk reaching more than US $ 200 billion worldwide.

Keywords: Financial Engineering, Islamic Banks, Islamic Issuance Market (IIM), Islamic Sukuk Bonds, Islamic finance

ISLAMIC FINANCIAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT IN THE PAKISTAN: SHARIAH ANALYSIS (Published)

Islamic banking as well as financial institutions should be able to anticipate the needs of the marketplace and also rotate available Islamic financial services prior to conventional products to make sure continual progress and also competitiveness regarding Islamic banking and also financial options. Nonetheless, Islamic bank as well as financial products tended to replicate the typical versions, causing these products dropping worth as well as leading to some distress inside their meaning. Hence, a conceptual research study will be conducted for the growth & development of Islamic financial product from Shariah perspective. Even so, this specific research aims to handle the actual Shariah aspect of Islamic financial product development in addition to focus on the problems developing in the process according to secondary sources. The actual output of this research ought to bring about the actual progression associated with process of Islamic financial product development, in particular in the Shariah aspect, as it is the majority of imperative tool for that Islamic banking institutions in order to meet the increasing concern about profitability, liquidity, asset value, risk management, along with product acceptability. The study aspires to talk about the Fiqh muamalat self-discipline that may offer enough places with regard to creating Islamic products or service development, a place by which Islamic financial institutions should emphasize their means.

Keywords: Islamic banking, Islamic finance, Pakistan, Product development, Shariah analysis