What is Islamic Finance news? Islamic Finance news is the leading, capital
market focused publication, bringing unrivalled editorial
coverage of the global Islamic financing market.
What does Islamic Finance news cover? Islamic Finance news covers all realms of
Islamic finance, providing professionals around the globe
with a vehicle to educate and understand the market, the
players, the individuals and perhaps more importantly, the
benefits over, and comparatives with, the conventional
capital markets banking system.
Is Islamic Finance news available in hard copy?
Only if you print it out. Otherwise, it is an online
newsletter, published in pdf format. All content is
available in our archived section which is easily searchable
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Do you publish any hard copy publications?
Yes. We publish additional supplements, guides and reports
annually in hard copy that will be distributed to
subscribers. See our Supplements Page for the full catalog.
Who reads Islamic Finance news?
Individuals from financial institutions, central banks and
government bodies, associations, academic institutions, law
firms and the corporate sector. Everybody involved in
Islamic finance or who is interested in learning more about
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We publish on a weekly basis, which is available on our
website every Wednesday morning. You may download it using the
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Latest Issue Wednesday 5th March 2014
Volume 11 Issue 09