UAE Laws and Islamic Finance

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Archive for May 19, 2012

Reference Paper on I’aadat al Shira’a (Repo Alternative) and Collateralization (Structuring Possibilities) (IIFM)

http://www.oicexchanges.org/presentations/Presentations%

20and%20bios/22.%20IIFM%20Reference%20Paper%20on%20

I’aadat%20Al%20Shira’a.pdf

IIFM Reference Paper on I’aadat Al Shira’a

Guide to the Dow Jones Islamic Index

http://www.djindexes.com/mdsidx/downloads/rulebooks/

Dow_Jones_Islamic_Market_Indexes_Rulebook.pdf

Dow_Jones_Islamic_Market_Indexes_Rulebook

International Islamic Financial Market (IIFM)

International Islamic Financial Market

IIFM is the international Islamic financial market’s organization focused on the Islamic Capital & Money Market (ICMM) segment of the Islamic Financial Services Industry (IFSI). Its primary focus lies in the standardization of Islamic financial products, documentation and related processes at the global level.

IIFM Standards 

http://www.iifm.net/default.asp?action=category&id=54

IIFM Events 

http://www.iifm.net/default.asp?action=category&id=15&month=6&year=2012

IIFM Presentations

http://www.iifm.net/default.asp?action=category&id=56


Ratings: Lessons Learnt and the Road Ahead (IIRA)

 

By: Nasir Ali Merchant

http://www.iirating.com/presentation/201001_IFN_Report%20pdf.pdf

Ratings- Lessons Learnt and the Road Ahead

Pulse of the OIC Capital Markets (IIRA)

Islamic International Rating Agency Report

http://www.iirating.com/report/201009_Pulse%20of%20OIC.pdf

Liquidity Assessment of Islamic Banks (IIRA)

 

Islamic International Rating Agency Report

http://www.iirating.com/report/200906_Liquidity_rs.pdf

Liquidity Assessment of Islamic Banks

SubPrime Mortgages Speech by CEO of IIRA

 

 

The Islamic International Rating Agency (IIRA) is the sole rating agency established to provide capital markets and the banking sector in predominantly Islamic countries with a rating spectrum that encompasses the full array of capital instruments and specialty Islamic financial products, and to enhance the level of analytical expertise in those markets.

IIRA’s augmented rating system recognizes and incorporates the unique features of Islamic finance in a way that broadens the quality perspective, which is a rating agency’s ultimate goal. This will facilitate to develop and deepen the capital markets in countries which IIRA wishes to serve.

IIRA is also soliciting recognition of its ratings by regulators and has received formal recognition from Central Bank of Bahrain as an External Credit Assessment Institution (ECAI). IIRA is also on the list of approved rating agencies of Islamic Development Bank.

 

 

By Jamal Abbas Zaidi, CEO Islamic International Rating Agency

http://www.iirating.com/presentation/speech_20090415_Subprime_Mortgages.pdf

Subprime Mortgages

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