Palgrave studies in Islamic banking, finance, and economics. 2662-5121
Information about Islamic finance in European countries is usually provided by professional-style reports, offering practical data on implementation of standardized products. However, precise developments about material legal provisions applicable to contracts and their actual legal regime are not often detailed. In order to fill this gap, 15 researchers from across Europe contributed to this project. They describe the state of actual Islamic finance in 10 European countries, as well as applicable EU law. By combining legal analysis with statistical description of existing practices and social demand, this book provides an exhaustive account of the current potential of Islamic finance in Europe. .
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1. Introduction; Mohyedine Hajjar Introductory Part 1: Legal Framework of Islamic Finance in EU Legislation 2. Financial Undertakings, Sharīᶜa Rules and the Internal Market Framework Challenges and Opportunities; Gabriella Gimigliano 3. Islamic Insurance and European Union Legal Framework; Ciro G. Corvese Part 2. Status of Islamic Finance in Some European Countries 2019 4. Status of Islamic Finance in Austria in 2019; Hafsa Lamrani 5. Status of Islamic Finance in France in 2019; Mohyedine Hajjar 6. Status of Islamic Finance in Germany in 2019; Ugurlu Soylu 7. Islamic Finance Under Irish Law; Edana Richardson 8. Developments and Prospects for Islamic Finance in Italy; Sabrina Iannazzone 9. Islamic Finance in Luxembourg in 2019; Jihad Laarab 10. Pioneer Islamic Economics and Banking Experience in Tsarist Russia; Mohyedine Hajjar and Fatih Habib 11. Islamic Finance in Spain; Germain Rodriguez 12. Participative Banking in Turkey; Ibrahim Zeyyad CEKICI 13. Ṣukūk Market in Turkey; Dorsaf Matri.
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