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Capital and Profit Sharing in Islamic Equity

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The Other Press , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia About the Edition

Due to significant changes that have taken place in the nature and essence of money and monetary value, and the dominance of interest-based debt financing, the nature of capital and sharing of profit and loss have become complex issues. The book analyses in detail the practical relevance of these in the operation of Islamic financial institutions, and attempts to provide some new insight on the relevant shari?ah regulations. It studies capital in joint ventures financed by Islamic banks, and scrutinises the method currently used by Islamic banks for determining the profit sharing ratio between the bank and the client.

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Paginationx, 173p.
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Open LibraryOL25437565M
ISBN 139789839541786

Profit and Loss Sharing (also called PLS or "participatory" banking [citation needed] is a method of finance used by Islamic financial or Shariah-compliant institutions to comply with the religious prohibition on interest on loans that most Muslims subscribe to.

Many sources state there are two varieties of profit and loss sharing used by Islamic banks – Mudarabah (مضاربة) ("trustee. Jan 02,  · Learning from Islamic finance after the global financial crisis; analysis of the risks and strengths of Islamic capital markets compared to the conventional system, financial engineering from an Islamic perspective, Sharia'a-compliant equity investments and Islamic microfinance.

Shari'ah Compliant Private Equity and Islamic Venture Capital (Paperback) by Fara Madehah Ahmad Farid and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book analyses aspects related to capital and profit sharing in the equity-Hnancing modes employed by Islamic banks.

Major topics covered include the signitlcance of existence and presence of capital at the inception of joint equity ventures, possibility of converting debt into capital, formation of equity ventures based on illiquid capital, the method used by Islamic banks for determining. economic thought.

Islamic economics places special emphasis on social justice and espouses a strong preference for risk sharing, profit sharing, and equity-like modes of financing. Debt is viewed with suspicion. The salient instruments for redistribution are profit-sharing contracts, a. Islamic Equity Similar to the conventional equity is the Islamic equity which constitutes partnership by sharing both loss and return.

Thus, the holder of the equity can enjoy dividends if profits are made and the issuing organization decides to disburse part of it (ISRA, ). Furthermore, capital gain could be realized when the.

Islamic Financial Systems ZAMIR IQBAL Islamic finance Capital and Profit Sharing in Islamic Equity book emerging as a rapidly growing part of the financial sector in the Islamic equity-sharing basis.

Analytical models liabilities and the assets are symmetrically matched through profit-sharing arrange-ments, no fixed interest cost accrues, and refinancing through debt is not possible.

Islamic Civilisation: Present & Future Challenges - Paperback An important question faced by Muslims today is whether the concept of Islamic Civilisation refers to the Islamic golden age of the. Book Description. A very accessible and concise guide to Islamic finance.

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Contracts and Deals in Islamic Finance provides a clear breakdown of Islamic financial contracts and deal structures for beginners. The embedded requirements within selected Islamic financial contracts, such as risk weightage, capital structures, creations of cash flows, and balance sheets, are explained fully to provide.

The Significance Of Islamicjerusalem In Islam Why do Muslims have a close relation with Islamicjerusalem. What makes the land so central for Muslims. What is. Private Equity and Venture Capital Industry in the MENA and ASEAN Regions 3.

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Scope of Shari'ah Based and Compliant Private Equity Funding and Islamic Venture Capital 4. Potential and Limitations of Shari'ah Compliant Private Equity Funding and Islamic Venture Capital 5. Profit Sharing, Valuation and Risk Mitigation 6. The phenomenal growth of Islamic finance in the last few decades has been accompanied by a host of interesting questions and challenges.

One of the critical challenges is how Islamic financial institutions can be motivated to participate in the 'equity-like' profit-and-loss sharing (PLS) contracts.

Two fundamental principles of Islamic banking are the sharing of profit and loss, Islamic banks make a profit through equity participation which requires a borrower to give the bank a share in.

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This book focuses on the applicability of shariah-based structures and Islamic venture capital to the private equity industry. It includes case studies and examples of business financial appraisals to give an in-depth view of the application and operation of shariah compliant private equity and.

May 31,  · The Theory and Practice of Profit Sharing Investment. Regulation and Supervision of Sukuk Industry in Bahrain Sat Paul Parashar. Monograph Chapter the minimum 8 per cent risk-capital requirement of Tier-1 equity and Tier-2 non-equity translates into times risk-weighted assets to risk-capital, although under Basel III this will Author: Sat Paul Parashar.

Determinants of Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) in Indonesian Islamic Commercial Banks Mohammed T. Abusharba*, Iwan Triyuwono**, (profit-loss sharing and sales-based financing), the profit of.

Islamic banking – the relationship between the user and the supplier of funds 7 Takaful – Islamic insurance 8 Islamic capital markets 8 3. The salient features of Islamic finance 9 Interest free 9 The need for underlying assets 9 The avoidance of uncertainty or.

Islamic Finance: Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Options Prepared by Alfred Kammer, Mohamed Norat, Marco Piñón, Ananthakrishnan Prasad, Christopher Towe, Zeine Zeidane, and an IMF Staff Team[1][2] Authorized for distribution by José Viñals and Masood Ahmed April Products based on profit and loss sharing.

To establish social justice, Islam requires that both investors and entrepreneurs share involvement in economic activities that result in profit and loss. Here are two broad categories of well-known, widely used equity products that support the sharing of profit and loss.

In Islamic Capital Markets: Products and Strategies, international experts on Islamic Finance and Sharia'a Law focus on the most imminent issues surrounding the evolution of Islamic capital markets and the development of Sharia'a-compliant products.

The book is separated into four parts, covering/5(2). Book Description Ensure Basel III compliance with expert analysis specific to Islamic Finance. Islamic Capital Markets and Products provides a thorough examination of Islamic capital markets (ICM), with particular attention to the products that they offer and the legal and regulatory infrastructure within which they operate.

Since Islamic banks act as asset managers, attention is paid to the. Mar 09,  · The phenomenal growth of Islamic finance in the last few decades has been accompanied by a host of interesting questions and challenges. One of the critical challenges is how Islamic financial institutions can be motivated to participate in the 'equity-like' profit-and-loss sharing (PLS) Edition: 1st Edition.

Jan 16,  · In seeking to create a more authentic Islamic finance, distinct from conventional finance, they seek to substitute contracts that emphasize partnership and profit sharing instead. Referred to by experts as “equity-based,” partnership contracts entail a joint venture between two or more parties.

The key foundation for Islamic finance is the Koranic prohibition on charging interest (but there is no objection to making a profit on an investment). Islamic finance has come to play a significant part in projects in areas such as the Middle East and Malaysia.

In summary, the main structures used in. How Risk Management Is Different for Islamic Financial Firms. Related Book. Islamic Finance For Dummies. By Faleel Jamaldeen. An interesting feature of Islamic finance — aside from (but related to) the need to remain sharia-compliant — is that risk and return are shared between the firm and its fund providers.

Profit and loss sharing. Over Islamic banks - including some of the largest multinational banks - now operate in non-Muslim as well as Muslim countries.

This work discusses Islamic financial theory and practice, and focuses on the opportunities offered by Islamic finance as a. This guide shows you how Shariah theory is applied to the private equity industry and how this works in practice. It gives an overview of the industry before focusing on key areas within it, such as profit sharing, valuation, risk mitigation, exit strategies, trust, monitoring methods and due diligence.

Tariq F. Siyam is a Partner and the Chief Legal Counsel of Hoopoe Advisors. Prior to joining Hoopoe, Tariq practiced law in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity, real estate, and wealth planning. He was formerly the General Counsel to an international real estate developer with over $3 billion of completed projects.

The classical equity instruments in Islamic commercial law (musharakah and mudarabah) require partnership and profit sharing.

In financial markets, investing in stocks and equity funds is permitted but must conform to certain guidelines. Conventional interest-based lending or bonds are ruled out in Islamic finance because it relies on interest. Jan 29,  · Islamic Banking and Finance discusses Islamic financial theory and practice, and focuses on the opportunities offered by Islamic finance as an alternative method of financial intermediation.

Key features of profit-sharing (as opposed to debt-based) contracts are highlighted, and the ways in which they can facilitate improved efficiency and Cited by:. Firstly, while championing social and environmental wellness, we continue to evade the main issue, which is that profit- and loss-sharing, arguably the main tenets of Islamic Banking, have been replaced with tawarruq, which resembles riba in form and spirit.We study the use of Islamic financing instruments (IFIs) by non-financial firms.

Theoretically, due to the prohibition of interest on debt and promotion of profit and loss sharing, It is defined as the ratio of the firm’s market value of equity to the book value of by: 4.Equity Securities: Profit-Sharing Contracts.

As Islamic banking prohibits conventional loan-taking to finance business interests, there are two ways in which one can obtain project financing the halah way.

Al-Mudarabah (trustee profit-sharing). A bank may undertake to finance acceptable projects according to the principle of al-mudarabah. Here the bank acts as the "provider of capital.