Books : Islamic Capital Markets & Introduction to Islamic Banking & Finance

Author : Brian Kettell

ISBN: 978-0-9558351-1-7, 296 pages

 

 

 

Author : Brian Kettell

ISBN: 978-0-9558351-0-0, 251 pages

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Islamic Capital Markets

All you ever need to know about Islamic capital markets. This is the world’s first ever book covering the fundamental principles underlying one of the most exciting financial markets.

Reading this book you will learn about capital markets where:

1.       Instruments traded are asset backed.

2.       Defaults are virtually unknown.

3.       A variety of new asset classes are emerging.

Contents of Islamic Capital Markets

Chapter 1. Muslim beliefs

Chapter 2. Sharia’a law and Sharia’a Boards: roles, responsibility and membership

Chapter 3. Conventional and Islamic financial intermediation

Chapter 4. Islamic capital markets and Islamic securitisation

Chapter 5. Islamic investment principles

Chapter 6. Sharia’a compliant wholesale markets

Chapter 7. Islamic funds, equities, indices and ETFs

Chapter 8. Derivatives and hedge funds in Islamic finance

–  Why are derivatives forbidden under Sharia’a law ?

–  Total returns swap and Sharia’a conversion technology

Chapter 9. Sukuk (Islamic bonds)

Chapter 10. Islamic real estate investment trusts

World’s 100 largest Islamic banks

Top 500 Islamic Financial Institutions
Introduction to Islamic Banking & Finance

An essential first read for anyone interested in Islamic banking, this book covers the principles of the world’s fastest growing financial sector. Reading this book you will learn about a banking system where: 

1.       Interest is forbidden.

2.       Derivatives are forbidden.

3.       Sub-prime mortgages are forbidden.

Contents of Introduction to Islamic Banking & Finance

Chapter 1. Muslim beliefs

Chapter 2. Sources of Sharia’a law: legal basis for Islamic banking

Chapter 3. Definition of Islamic banking 

Chapter 4. Murabaha as a mode of Islamic finance

Chapter 5. Mudaraba as a mode of Islamic finance

Chapter 6. Musharaka as a mode of Islamic finance

Chapter 7. Ijara as a mode of Islamic finance

Chapter 8. Istisna’a as a mode of Islamic finance

Chapter 9. Salam as a mode of Islamic finance

Chapter 10. Takaful: Islamic insurance

Chapter 11. Sharia’a law and Sharia’a boards: roles, responsibility and membership

Appendix 1. World’s 100 largest Islamic banks

Appendix 2. Top 500 Islamic Financial Institutions

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