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The Islamic finance handbook : a practitioner's guide to the global markets / Sasikala Thiagaraja [and three others], editors.

Contributor(s): Thiagaraja, Sasikala [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley finance series: Publisher: Singapore : Wiley, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (590 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118936863; 1118936868; 9781118814420; 1118814428; 9781118814437; 1118814436; 9781306638845; 1306638844.Subject(s): Banks and banking -- Islamic countries | Finance -- Islamic countries | International business enterprises | Banks and banking -- Islamic countries | Finance -- Islamic countries | International business enterprises | Strategic alliances (Business) | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Finance | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industrial Management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management Science | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Organizational Behavior | Banks and banking | Finance | International business enterprises | Islamic countriesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Islamic finance handbook : a practitioner's guide to the global markets.DDC classification: 332.10917671 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
The Islamic Finance Handbook: A Practitioner's Guide to the Global Markets; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Introduction; SOUTHEAST ASIA; THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA; SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA; EUROPE; TURKEY; NORTH AMERICA; AUSTRALASIA; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; Chapter 1: Australia; ASSET MANAGEMENT; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; RETAIL FINANCE; MICROFINANCE; TAKAFUL AND RE-TAKAFUL; ISSUANCES AND SUKUK; DEBT CAPITAL MARKETS; EQUITY CAPITAL MARKETS; REGULATORY ISSUES; CROSS-BORDER FINANCING; THE FUTURE; NOTES; REFERENCES; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Chapter 2: Bahrain; ASSET MANAGEMENT; Mutual Funds; Endowment Funds.
Banking AssetsWealth Assets; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; Tax Legislation, Neutrality, and Incentives; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; CBB Support and Commitment; Products; Current Demand and Future Prospects; MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS; TAKAFUL AND RE- TAKAFUL; SUKUK; SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUNDS; Bahrain's Financial Market; The Money Market; Capital Markets; REGULATORY ISSUES; CROSS-BORDER FINANCING; NOTES; REFERENCES; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Chapter 3: Bangladesh; ASSET MANAGEMENT; Banking Assets; Exchange Traded Funds; Mutual Funds; Endowment Funds; Conclusion; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; Financial Reporting Standards.
Tax LegislationTax Neutrality; Tax Incentives and Exemptions; Conclusion; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; Marketing Strategies; Products; Demands for Retail and Microfinance; Opportunities; Initiatives for Financial Inclusion; Conclusion; TAKAFUL AND RE- TAKAFUL; Risk Management; Regulatory Issues; Conclusion; SOVEREIGN BONDS; Creditworthiness; Sukuk and Issuances; Sovereign Wealth Funds; Conclusion; SUKUK; The Bond Market in Bangladesh; Sukuk Structure; The Globalization of Sukuk; Conclusion; DEBT CAPITAL MARKETS; The Money Market; The Stock Market; Securities and Securitization; Conclusion.
REGULATORY ISSUESThe Shari'ah Supervisory Board; Standardization; Conclusion; CROSS-BORDER FINANCING; Cross-Border Inflow; CONCLUSION; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Chapter 4: Brunei; THE PRINCIPAL LEGISLATION REGULATING ISLAMIC BANKS AND FINANCE COMPANIES; ISLAMIC ASSET MANAGEMENT; Offshore International Banks; Investment Advisors; Mutual Funds; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; The Retail Sector; An Islamic Finance Company; Microfinance; TAKAFUL AND RE- TAKAFUL; SOVEREIGN SUKUK; DEBT CAPITAL MARKETS; CROSS-BORDER FINANCING; REGULATORY ISSUES; HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT; CONCLUSION.
ABOUT THE AUTHORSChapter 5: Canada; PAST PERFORMANCE; PROSPECTS; ASSET MANAGEMENT; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; Mudaraba; Murabahah; Diminishing Musharaka with Ijara; Ijara Sukuk; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; TAKAFUL; SUKUK AND THE DEBT CAPITAL MARKET; REGULATORY ISSUES; Key Regulatory Challenges; Other Regulatory Issues; CONCLUSION; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Chapter 6: China; ASSET MANAGEMENT; Mutual Funds; Exchange Traded Funds; Endowment Funds; Banking Assets; Wealth Assets; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; Financial Reporting Standards; Tax Neutrality; Other Tax Issues; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; TAKAFUL AND RE- TAKAFUL.
Summary: Get up to speed quickly on the world's fastest growing financial sector The Islamic Finance Handbook: A Practitioner's Guide to the Global Markets is the definitive report for the Islamic finance industry. Written by the industry's leading practitioners, the book provides a country-by-country breakdown of the current state of the Islamic market, including league tables by region and by country. Relevant case studies are used throughout to illustrate the practical aspect of the information presented. Organized for easy navigation, each chapter features sub-sections that allow in.
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Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index.

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The Islamic Finance Handbook: A Practitioner's Guide to the Global Markets; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Introduction; SOUTHEAST ASIA; THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA; SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA; EUROPE; TURKEY; NORTH AMERICA; AUSTRALASIA; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; Chapter 1: Australia; ASSET MANAGEMENT; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; RETAIL FINANCE; MICROFINANCE; TAKAFUL AND RE-TAKAFUL; ISSUANCES AND SUKUK; DEBT CAPITAL MARKETS; EQUITY CAPITAL MARKETS; REGULATORY ISSUES; CROSS-BORDER FINANCING; THE FUTURE; NOTES; REFERENCES; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Chapter 2: Bahrain; ASSET MANAGEMENT; Mutual Funds; Endowment Funds.

Banking AssetsWealth Assets; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; Tax Legislation, Neutrality, and Incentives; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; CBB Support and Commitment; Products; Current Demand and Future Prospects; MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS; TAKAFUL AND RE- TAKAFUL; SUKUK; SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUNDS; Bahrain's Financial Market; The Money Market; Capital Markets; REGULATORY ISSUES; CROSS-BORDER FINANCING; NOTES; REFERENCES; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Chapter 3: Bangladesh; ASSET MANAGEMENT; Banking Assets; Exchange Traded Funds; Mutual Funds; Endowment Funds; Conclusion; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; Financial Reporting Standards.

Tax LegislationTax Neutrality; Tax Incentives and Exemptions; Conclusion; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; Marketing Strategies; Products; Demands for Retail and Microfinance; Opportunities; Initiatives for Financial Inclusion; Conclusion; TAKAFUL AND RE- TAKAFUL; Risk Management; Regulatory Issues; Conclusion; SOVEREIGN BONDS; Creditworthiness; Sukuk and Issuances; Sovereign Wealth Funds; Conclusion; SUKUK; The Bond Market in Bangladesh; Sukuk Structure; The Globalization of Sukuk; Conclusion; DEBT CAPITAL MARKETS; The Money Market; The Stock Market; Securities and Securitization; Conclusion.

REGULATORY ISSUESThe Shari'ah Supervisory Board; Standardization; Conclusion; CROSS-BORDER FINANCING; Cross-Border Inflow; CONCLUSION; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Chapter 4: Brunei; THE PRINCIPAL LEGISLATION REGULATING ISLAMIC BANKS AND FINANCE COMPANIES; ISLAMIC ASSET MANAGEMENT; Offshore International Banks; Investment Advisors; Mutual Funds; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; The Retail Sector; An Islamic Finance Company; Microfinance; TAKAFUL AND RE- TAKAFUL; SOVEREIGN SUKUK; DEBT CAPITAL MARKETS; CROSS-BORDER FINANCING; REGULATORY ISSUES; HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT; CONCLUSION.

ABOUT THE AUTHORSChapter 5: Canada; PAST PERFORMANCE; PROSPECTS; ASSET MANAGEMENT; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; Mudaraba; Murabahah; Diminishing Musharaka with Ijara; Ijara Sukuk; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; TAKAFUL; SUKUK AND THE DEBT CAPITAL MARKET; REGULATORY ISSUES; Key Regulatory Challenges; Other Regulatory Issues; CONCLUSION; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Chapter 6: China; ASSET MANAGEMENT; Mutual Funds; Exchange Traded Funds; Endowment Funds; Banking Assets; Wealth Assets; TAX AND ACCOUNTING; Financial Reporting Standards; Tax Neutrality; Other Tax Issues; RETAIL AND MICROFINANCE; TAKAFUL AND RE- TAKAFUL.

Get up to speed quickly on the world's fastest growing financial sector The Islamic Finance Handbook: A Practitioner's Guide to the Global Markets is the definitive report for the Islamic finance industry. Written by the industry's leading practitioners, the book provides a country-by-country breakdown of the current state of the Islamic market, including league tables by region and by country. Relevant case studies are used throughout to illustrate the practical aspect of the information presented. Organized for easy navigation, each chapter features sub-sections that allow in.

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