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Domestic market sees dynamic growth
23-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue29, IFN Reports
 
Islamic finance task force to attract liquidity into infrastructure projects
23-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue29, IFN Reports
 
Conventional banks switching to Islamic operations — testament to the industry’s capabilities
23-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue29, IFN Reports
 
The fall of a giant — can Al Rajhi rise again?
23-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue29, IFN Reports
 
Islamic entities lead Pakistan privatization program
23-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue29, IFN Reports
 
Islamic finance: A healthy pipeline for Saudi healthcare
22-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue29, IFN Reports
 
LUXEMBOURG – A sovereign Sukuk in 2014? An update
16-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue28, IFN Reports
 
Sovereign Sukuk: Taking a look ahead
16-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue28, IFN Reports
 
Malaysia’s mega Islamic bank: Not all as good as it sounds
16-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue28, IFN Reports
 
Japan takes baby steps towards Islamic participation
16-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue28, IFN Reports
 
Islamic finance at the World Cup
16-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue28, IFN Reports
 
Accelerating appetite for international real estate
15-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue28, IFN Reports
 
The IDB: 40 years in the making
9-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue27, IFN Reports
 
Eurisbank achieves first Islamic banking license in continental Europe
9-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue27, IFN Reports
 
Islamic banks need to fill SME gap
9-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue27, IFN Reports
 
Gatehouse Bank’s foray into real estate financing
9-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue27, IFN Reports
 
Malaysian Sukuk volume driven by asset growth, funding and Basel III capital needs
9-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue27, IFN Reports
 
A step towards Shariah compliant student loans for the UK
9-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue27, IFN Reports
 
High time for Ghana to tap Sukuk market
9-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue27, IFN Reports
 
The house of representatives approves new banking law
9-Jul-2014, Volume11.Issue27, IFN Reports
 
 
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Wednesday 23rd July 2014
Volume 11 Issue 29
   
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  Conventional banks switching to Islamic operations — testament to the industry’s capabilities
  Islamic finance: A healthy pipeline for Saudi healthcare
  The fall of a giant — can Al Rajhi rise again?
  Islamic entities lead Pakistan privatization program
IFN Country Correspondents
  France: Islamic finance task force to attract liquidity into infrastructure projects
  Sri Lanka: Domestic market sees dynamic growth
IFN Country Analysis
  Senegal: Sukuk dreams realized
IFN Sector Analysis
  Islamic leasing: Going global
Features
  Senegal issues Sukuk, becomes strong contender for West African Islamic finance hub
The government of Senegal issued a Sukuk of XOF100 billion (US$208 million) that closed on the 18th July, tapping a global market that could surpass record issuance of US$46.5 billion in 2012, according to arrangers ICD and Citigroup...
  Aircraft leasing: A first class opportunity for Islamic financing
Aircraft leasing was initially conceived as a tax efficient means of financing increasingly expensive commercial aircraft...
  Islamic leasing — the preferred choice
Ijarah leasing is a mode of finance that has been growing in popularity across multiple sectors and markets as a cost-effective method of financing both in the banking and non-banking sectors, either directly or through independent subsidiaries...
  MicroTakaful in Indonesia: A new business opportunity
MicroTakaful has a vast potential customer market around the world, and Shariah compliant microinsurance is making strides in emerging markets across the globe...
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