This book is the most comprehensive and authoritative practical guide to financial transactions under Islamic law. Written by a highly-experienced editor and contributor it explains the theoretical underpinnings of Islamic finance as a whole and examines in detail the major individual transaction structures in their practical context.
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Status of the global Islamic finance industry / Ibrahim Warde Sources and principles of Islamic law / David M. Eisenberg Islamic financial institutions / Andrew Henderson Dispute resolution and specialized ADR for Islamic finance / Andrew White Corporate governance for institutions offering Islamic financial services / Barry Rider Musharaka and Mudaraba / Julian Johansen and Atif Hanif Murabaha and Tawarruq / Craig R. Nethercott Derivatives and Islamic finance / David M. Eisenberg Istisna' and Ijara / Craig R. Hethercott Takaful / Peter Hodgins Sukuk / Atif Hanif, Julian Johansen, and Edana Richardson Shari'a-compliant funds : principles and practical considerations / Zeeshan Ahmedani and Safdar Alam.
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Print version: Nethercott, Craig Islamic Finance : Law and Practice Oxford : Oxford University Press USA - OSO,c2020