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Featured Resource: Country & Regulatory Perspectives on Islamic Finance

Tuesday, October 27, 2009


As Featured in the Islamic Finance Resources Blog

An overview of various policy statements, speeches and initiativesfrom jurisdictions across the globe (directly addressing Islamic finance).
Featured below are some of the most pertinent texts as they relate to each country and/or region:

Bahrain Central Bank
Challenges for Islamic Finance

Central Bank of Kuwait
Integration of Islamic Finance

Dubai Financial Services Authority
The DFSA's Islamic Finance Regulatory Regime

Financial Services Authority (UK)
Islamic Finance in the UK: Regulation and Challenges

Hong Kong Monetary Authority
The Natural Gateway to Islamic Finance in Asia

Monetary Authority of Singapore
Singapore's Perspective on Islamic Finance

Islamic Finance Centre
A Primer on the MIFC Initiative

Qatar Financial Centre
Business Case : Islamic Finance

State Bank of Pakistan
Pakistan Islamic Banking: Past, Present and Future Outlook

US Federal Reserve
Islamic Finance 101 (The Bush version - May 8, 2004
Islamic Finance 101 (The Obama version - November 6, 2008)



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