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Islamic Finance, Opportunities, and Challenges

Islamic Finance – Opportunities and Challenges

By Mufti Ismail Ebrahim Desai

The Islamic Financial system has witnessed considerable developments in the past four decades and is now regarded as one of the fastest growing segment of the global financial system. Islamic finance assets grew at double-digit rates during the past decade, from about US$200 billion in 2003 to an estimated US$1.8 trilli...

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Book Review for Islamic Banking: Theory and Practice (2012) by *Dr. Muhammad Hanif

Book Review for Islamic Banking: Theory and Practice (2012) by *Dr. Muhammad Hanif

 

By: Camille Paldi

 

This textbook is a masterpiece on Islamic Banking combining financial theoretical, accounting, practical, and Shari’ah knowledge into a valuable tool for gaining a firm understanding of the history, core financial and accounting concepts of Islamic Banking and Finance, and Shari’ah rulings ...

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Economic Efficiency of Islamic Financial Institutions Part II

Section 4         Alternative Policy Options and Steps

 4.1      Proper Risk Management: A Necessity

Risk management (RM) serves several important functions, including implementation of strategy, development of competitive advantage; measure of capital adequacy; aid to decision making, aid to pricing decisions, reporting and control of risks, and management of portfolio of transactions. Accordi...

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Economic Efficiency of Islamic Financial Institutions Part I

Tense Dichotomy between Shari’ah Compliance and the

Economic Goals of Islamic Finance Institutions

 

Muhammad Ayub[1]

Camille Silla Paldi 

 

 

Abstract

 

Islamic banking has crossed the milestone of forty years since the Dubai Islamic Bank and the Islamic Development Bank were established in 1975. Islamic banking windows, standalone Islamic banking systems and even full-fledged Islamic b...

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Islamic Trade Finance Report 2015

 

Islamic Trade Finance Report 2015

 

By: Camille Paldi

 

 

 

 

 

Islamic trade finance refers to financing import and export through Islamic financing modes and instruments.  In 1995, exports of 52 Muslim countries were US$340 Billion and imports were US$350 Billion.  Of these totals, inter-Muslim countries’ trade doesn’t exceed 10% (Kahf: 1997) In 1997, there were 177 Islamic banks and...

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Book Review for Islamic Financing: Shift from Debt to Equity: An Anaylsis of Business Framework (2011) by Dr. Muhammad Hanif, Associate Professor (Islamabad)

 

By: Camille Paldi


This brief but brilliant book takes the reader on a fascinating voyage through the financial reporting and accounting world of the conventional and Islamic finance industries and examines the methods currently being utilized and cross-utilized by the conventional and Islamic finance systems.  In addition, the author diligently points out the strengths, weaknesses, and loop...

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Call for Papers: Dubai International Business and Social Science Research Conference

You are cordially invited to submit a paper for the world's first inter-faith finance and economics event in Dubai, UAE on December 28, 2015.


The DIBSRC Conference provides a forum where professionals, academics, and students from all races, religions, faiths, and philosophies can come together to discuss business, finance, law, and the global financial crisis.

In this unique and exciting inter-...

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Welcome to the International Takaful and Conventional Mutual Insurance Consortium, Jan. 11, 2016 in Abu Dhabi, UAE!

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Welcome to the International Takaful and Conventional Mutual Insurance Consortium, Jan. 11, 2016 in Abu Dhabi, UAE!

The aim of the consortium is to create an event space where both conventional mutual insurance and takaful can be explored, ideas exchanged, and business relationships forged between takaful operators, mutual insurance professionals, insurance associations, and profes...

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Articles

Camille Paldi (FAAIF) Participates in Sapporo 2016 International Congress on Banking, Economics, Finance, and Business, June 24-26, 2016.

Camille Paldi (FAAIF) Participates in Sapporo 2016 International Congress on Banking, Economics, Finance, and Business, June 24-26, 2016.

Camille Paldi (FAAIF) Participates in Sapporo 2016 International Congress on Banking, Economics, Finance, and Business, June 24-26, 2016.

 

Camille Paldi, CEO of the Franco-American Alliance for Islamic Finance (FAAIF), participated in the 2016 International Congress on...

Posted on 13th July 2016 by Camille Paldi

Camille Paldi, CEO of FAAIF, participates in the 2016 International Symposium on Economics and Social Sciences in Kyoto, Japan.

Camille Paldi, CEO of FAAIF, participates in the 2016 International Symposium on Economics and Social Sciences in Kyoto, Japan.

Camille Paldi, CEO of FAAIF, participates in the 2016 International Symposium on Economics and Social Sciences in Kyoto, Japan.

 

Camille Paldi, CEO of FAAIF or the Franco-American Alliance for Islamic Finance, discussed the modes of Islamic finance plus sukuk, taka...

Posted on 13th July 2016 by Camille Paldi

Challenges in Infrastructure Financing in Developing Countries: An Islamic Approach, Substituting Equity and Sukuks to Debt

Challenges in Infrastructure Financing in Developing Countries: An Islamic Approach, Substituting Equity and Sukuks to Debt

Challenges in Infrastructure Financing in Developing Countries: An Islamic Approach, Substituting Equity and Sukuks to Debt

 Posted on 1st July 2016 by Noureddine Krichene and Camille Paldi

Book Review for Asset Based Financing by Dr. Muhammad Hanif

Book Review for Asset Based Financing by Dr. Muhammad Hanif

Book Review for Asset Based Financing by Dr. Muhammad Hanif

 

Camille Paldi

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