It’s been a busy month for the Sukuk sector, and activity around the globe is heating up. We shine a spotlight on some of the most interesting developments of the past four weeks in the Islamic debt capital market – from sovereign
In a move that should bring joy to the hearts of corporate issuers everywhere, the Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) has confirmed that it is currently considering a draft proposal to regulate Shariah compliant capital market products. What does this mean? Simply
Malaysia is well-known for its strong Islamic banking proposition and supportive regulatory climate – and in 2018 the retail proposition is going from strength to strength as new banks convert to Shariah compliance, existing banks step up their game and consumer sentiment
Fintech in the Islamic space might be in its early stages, but it has the potential not only to revolutionize outreach and uptake, but to radically streamline business processes – saving corporates money by reducing the cost of everyday business banking. So
On the 16th March 2018 Malaysian engineering, property and infrastructure company Gamuda, one of the country’s largest infrastructure providers, tapped the Islamic debt capital market during a time of tough competition to achieve an impressive price and a strong investor reception, demonstrating
CORPORATE ALAWWAL BANK INKS FINANCING AGREEMENT SAUDI ARABIA: Abdullah A M Al-Khodari Sons Company has renewed its Islamic credit facilities agreement with Alawwal Bank, according to a bourse filing. The agreement, which includes a Murabahah financing, is worth SAR330 million (US$87.96 million).