Islamic Asset Management: An Asset Class on its Own?

Islamic Asset Management: An Asset Class on its Own?

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A guide to Sharia'ah-compliant fund systems for students, industry professionals and investorsWhat's the difference between conventional and Islamic asset management? This book reviews the Islamic asset management industry in detail, including the types of funds offered and their operational procedures, and finds that the differences are surprisingly minimal. Sharia'ah-compliant funds are therefore an attractive alternative for Muslim and non-Muslim investors alike.Box 4.1 Analyst functions Depending on the size of the fund, the asset class and available resources, both the nature and the depth of the ... Fixed income Analysts who operate in a fixed income environment generally also include credit analysis in their research. ... the analyst generally has a specific, predefined role within the organisation, in smaller companies the analyst role is typically more variedanbsp;...

Title:Islamic Asset Management: An Asset Class on its Own?
Author: Natalie Schoon
Publisher:Edinburgh University Press - 2011-01-27

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