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Book Review for Islamic Capital Market, Equity, and Sukuk (2014) by Dr. Muhammad Hanif, Associate Professor (Islamabad)

Book Review for Islamic Capital Market, Equity, and Sukuk (2014) by Dr. Muhammad Hanif, Associate Professor (Islamabad)


By: Camille Paldi

 

This scintillating and succinct book is a refreshing, intellectual journey into the heart of Islamic equity complete with an overview of different types of sukuk and explanation of relevant sukuk transactions in the form of a sukuk case-study.  In additi...

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Islamic Finance is Booming in China and Hong Kong

China is already an economic powerhouse and the world’s second largest economy full of highly trained mathematicians, business people, finance experts, and millionaires.  Anyone who gets off of an airplane in Shanghai, China will witness the booming economic miracle of China’s mega-cities brewing with a highly-educated populace ready to make their mark in the financial markets.  The launch of the ...

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Snapshot of Noripah Kamso’s Investing in Islamic Funds, A Practitioner’s Guide (2013)

Snapshot of Noripah Kamso’s Investing in Islamic Funds, A Practitioner’s Guide (2013)

By: Camille Paldi

 

 

Introduction

More than 750 Islamic Investment Funds have been established around the world with assets under management (“AUM”) totaling approximately USD$60 Billion compared to 70,000 conventional funds with AUM of USD$19trillion.  Currently, a wide variety of Shari’ah compliant asse...

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Reforming Economics and Finance in the Light of Abrahamic Principles

Reforming Finance and Economics in Light of the Abrahamic Principles

By Camille Paldi

 

Introduction

The modern day economic system is built upon and around interest-based lending, which allows one class of people to grow rich at the expense of the majority of the population. Interest has been prohibited in all Abrahamic religions for essentially the same reasons, which includes the well-being...

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Islam Explains Why Interest is Prohibited in the Bible and Torah

 

By Camille Paldi, CEO of FAAIF, camille@faaif.com

 

 

Lending money is not prohibited in the Bible. What is prohibited is charging abusively high interest. This is because high-interest loans tend to prey on the most under resourced people in society. God strongly rebukes usury because it oppresses the poor. The Bible also teaches us to be very cautious regarding borrowing money. This is bec...

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FAAIF Participates in World Islamic Funds Conference in Manama, Bahrain

 

The World Islamic Funds Conference was held in Bahrain on May 18-19, 2015.

 

FAAIF CEO, Camille Paldi, participates in the mega Islamic Funds event at the Gulf Hotel in Manama, Bahrain.  As of 2012, more than 750 Islamic Investment Funds have been established globally managing total assets of approximately USD$60 Billion.  Currently, a broad spectrum of asset classes are available including e...

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The 6th Global Islamic Marketing Conference (GIMAC) Concludes in Istanbul, Turkey

 

 

FAAIF CEO Camille Paldi discusses the definition and implications of Riba in Istanbul, Turkey.

 

FAAIF participates in the 6th Global Islamic Marketing Conference (GIMAC) sponsored by Qatar University, Erciyes University, and Istanbul University in Istanbul, Turkey.  FAAIF CEO Camille Paldi explained the concept of riba or interest and its implications and how finance without interest has ...

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Islamic Finance in the GCC

Currently, there are approximately 500 Islamic banks operating in 75 countries around the world.  Although Islamic finance began with projects such as Mit Gamyr in Egypt in 1963 and Tabung Hajj in Malaysia in 1967, the first Islamic bank, the Dubai Islamic Bank, which is one of the biggest Islamic banks in the world, was incorporated in 1975 in the UAE.   Soon after, Kuwait Finance House was estab...

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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

 

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