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The November IFN Supplement will focus on Sukuk and the global Islamic capital markets.

In this issue, we take a comprehensive look at Islamic capital market activity across the globe and address issues of structuring and liquidity; along with the components that make up the Islamic capital markets via interviews, features and roundtables.

The cover story will focus on the growth and development of the global Islamic capital market industry from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, with an eye on the latest regulatory changes and tax reforms, infrastructure growth and development, structural innovation and the investment products available.

Other in-house authored features will cover the Sukuk industry, an in-depth overview on the securitization market, equity-based financing covering a gamut of sectors, including corporate banking and client-bank relationships and hedging solutions.

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CONTENTS
 
 
Latest Issue
Wednesday 20th August 2014
Volume 11 Issue 33
   
Cover Story
IFN Rapid
News Briefs
Asset Management
Takaful
Ratings
Moves
IFN Reports
  South Korea & Islamic finance: Strategy re-think required
  Sovereign Sukuk: Kyrgyzstan begins laying bricks
  Can Basel III help Islamic banks address some of their biggest challenges?
  Mobile money & Islamic finance: a winning combination
IFN Country Correspondents
  Morocco: The market education challenge for Islamic finance
  New standards for Sukuk
IFN Country Analysis
  A class of its own: Islamic finance in France
IFN Sector Analysis
  Islamic syndicated finance
Features
  Islamic finance in France
France announced its intention to become a western center for Islamic finance in 2008...
  France: Islamic finance opportunities in real estate
Investors in the Middle East are expected to spend US$180 billion in commercial real estate markets outside the Middle East over the next 10 years ...
  Syndicated Islamic financings — a focus on total loss
Despite appearing similar to a conventional lease on the surface, Ijarah financings have some unique features and functions which offer both challenges and opportunities in terms of Shariah compliance ...
  Takaful Insurance and Oman: One year on
Over a year after the sultanate of Oman introduced its Islamic finance framework and encompassing Takaful guidelines, the country has seen steady and encouraging growth in the industry with numerous firms entering the sector...

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