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The Islamic Finance news Awards honors the best in the Islamic financial industry. It is one of the most prestigious awards and highly recognized by the global Islamic capital markets. These awards continue to be an apt representation of the current Islamic financial market landscape.

IFN Deals of the Year

The IFN Deals of the Year was established in 2006 and recognizes those who have participated in the industry’s most groundbreaking transactions each year. Financial institutions and intermediaries are invited to submit their chosen transactions from the previous 12 months, which fall under one of the carefully selected sectors. A panel of experts from non-competing organizations then sieve through all submissions during the elimination process until just one transaction in each category remains and is thus awarded the winner of that category.

Submissions are accepted during the month of December with the results announced during the first week of January

   

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IFN Best Banks Poll

The annual Islamic Finance news Best Banks Poll recognizes the best providers of Islamic financial services across a series of markets and sectors as voted by the readers of Islamic Finance news. Islamic finance issuers, investors, non-banking financial intermediaries and government bodies are invited to participate by casting their votes.

Voting takes place during December with the results announced during the first week of January.

   

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IFN Islamic Investor Awards

Launched in 2011, the IFN Islamic Investor Awards (previously the IFN Asset Management Poll) focuses on the rapidly developing global Shariah compliant funds industry. Asset management firms with Shariah funds are invited to submit in a series of categories, following which a panel of non-competing experts review and choose those which have encountered a stellar year.

Submissions are accepted during July with the results being announced in September.

   

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IFN Law Awards

Launched in 2008, the IFN Law Awards (previously the IFN Law Poll and IFN Leading Lawyers) focusses on the law firms with Islamic finance capabilities and services. Law firms are invited to submit in a series of industry sectors following which a panel comprising of non-competing experts review and select those which have performed exceptionally during the previous 12-months.

Submissions are accepted during May with the results being announced in July.

   

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Service Providers Poll

Established in 2005, this Poll recognizes the best supporting providers to the Islamic financial services industry as voted by the readers of Islamic Finance news. Islamic financial institutions, investors, corporates and government bodies from around the world are invited to participate by casting their votes.

Voting takes place during September with the results announced during the first week of October.

   

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Kuala Lumpur

 
Latest Issue
Wednesday 23rd July 2014
Volume 11 Issue 29
   
Cover Story
IFN Rapid
News Briefs
Asset Management
Takaful
Ratings
Moves
IFN Reports
  UAE’s mission to Mars
  Tadawul’s liberalization: A gateway to untapped opportunities
  Sovereign Sukuk market: Gears still moving
IFN Country Analysis
  Turkey — in a pinch
IFN Sector Analysis
  Walking the line: Shariah compliant corporate governance
Features
  Islamic finance in Turkey
Islamic banking is currently dominated by Iran, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia, but offers significant promise in Turkey given the country’s strong financial structure and distinctive potential...
  Islamic finance corporate governance in Egypt — less than sophisticated
The corporate governance policies and practices of Islamic financial institutions, while similar in several aspects to those implemented in conventional financial institutions, include certain elements that correspond to and reflect the special characteristics of the products they offer and the image of such institutions in the market...
  Corporate governance in the UK Islamic finance industry
Despite anchoring itself in the Islamic finance space, the UK has yet to see its Shariah compliant retail banking sector take off, prompting for a policy re-think and governance framework restructuring...
  Takaful in Indonesia: Room for growth
Over the last five years, the market share of the Indonesian Islamic insurance industry has increased steadily to 4.2% in 2012 from 2.13% in 2008, according to the latest available official data...
Case Study
Al Hilal Bank’s sophomore Sukuk issuance

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