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Invitation for Article Contribution  
Islamic Finance news provides professionals around the globe currently or potentially involved in the world of Islamic banking with a vehicle to educate and understand the market, the players, the individuals and the benefits over the conventional capital markets banking system.

Each issue contains country and industry reports. In contrast to alternative news services Islamic Finance news provides its readers with the professional's perspective. Coupled with in-house editorial, we are inviting key market practitioners to co-author short, educational and non-biased articles.

There is no cost involved, we simply request deadlines are adhered to.

Article Focus

  • Country Update
  • Industry Sector Report
  • Islamic Financial Instrument Focus
  • Case Study - Completed Issue

Editorial Guidelines

To ensure minimum work for both parties, we have devised a format for estimating how long in terms of word length your contributed article should be.

Once submitted we will edit, design the layout and email you for final sign-off. You will be sent the full issue once released.

The copy deadline for each issue is 10 days prior to issue date.

One-Page Contributed Article

  • Approximately 850 words
  • This is based on full editorial with no graphs or tables

In addition:

  • Heading - One Line
  • By line – One or Two lines
  • Author’s Name and Company/Association
  • Contact Information – Name, Job Title, Address, Tel, Fax, Email, Website, Logo (to be provided in high resolution, at least 300 dpi)

Two-Page Contributed Article

  • Approximately 1,800 words
  • This is based on full editorial with no graphs or tables
  • The first page will be approximately 800 words (No contact box on first page)
  • The second page will carry approximately 1,000 words (No heading or byline)

In addition:

  • Heading – One line
  • By line – One or Two lines
  • Author’s Name and Company/Association
  • Contact Information – Name, Job Title, Address, Tel, Fax, Email, Website, Logo (to be provided in high resolution, at least 300 dpi)

Graphs & Tables
Standard sized graphs and tables will take up the space of 150 to 200 words. Therefore please delete the appropriate amount from the figures above.

 

For more information please contact:
Sasikala Thiagaraja
Publications Manager
Islamic Finance news
Tel: +603 2162 7800 ext 34
Fax: +603 2162 7810
Email: Sasikala@REDmoneyGroup.com
 

 
Latest Issue
Wednesday 22nd October 2014
Volume 11 Issue 42
   
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