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''Sharia-compliant finance.''
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A negotiable instrument representing a proportionate share of an underlying capital asset, financed by the cash raised from the issue of the sukuk.
 
A negotiable instrument representing a proportionate share of an underlying capital asset, financed by the cash raised from the issue of the sukuk.
  
Sometimes referred to (incorrectly) as an 'Islamic bond'.
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Sometimes referred to (not strictly correctly) as an 'Islamic bond'.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Islamic finance]]
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* [[Bond]]
 
* [[Securitisation]]
 
* [[Securitisation]]
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* [[Securitisation special purpose vehicle]]
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* [[Sharia-compliant finance]]
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* [[Sharia-compliant fixed income capital markets instruments for cross-border transactions]]
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* [[Special purpose vehicle]]
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* [[Transition sukuk]]
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===Other links===
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[http://www.treasurers.org/node/9516 Sweet sukuk, Noel Lourdes, The Treasurer, Nov 2013]
  
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[[Category:The_business_context]]
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[[Category:Corporate_finance]]

Latest revision as of 21:16, 17 July 2021

Sharia-compliant finance.

A negotiable instrument representing a proportionate share of an underlying capital asset, financed by the cash raised from the issue of the sukuk.

Sometimes referred to (not strictly correctly) as an 'Islamic bond'.


See also


Other links

Sweet sukuk, Noel Lourdes, The Treasurer, Nov 2013