Jamil Hassan, Principal Consultant, Islamic Banking, Oracle Financial Services
The adoption of Islamic banking is a simple case of supply and demand. It continues to see growth in countries that have large Muslim populations, such as Malaysia, Indonesia and Turkey. It is also expected that many North African countries will
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Country constituents United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Philippines and Thailand
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Islamic banking is a growing force in the industry with many non-Muslims increasingly attracted to its ethical underpinnings. Islamic banking is built on the principle of risk-sharing, rather than the risk-transfer that we see in conventional lending.
To ensure that these principles are upheld, Islamic banks have Sharia advisers,
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