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11.3.11

Islamic Securitisation: Part I - Accommodating the Disingenuous Narrative

Islamic Securitisation: Part I - Accommodating the Disingenuous Narrative
Mohammad Saad Lahlou, University of Westminster, School of Law
Joseph Atangan Tanega, University of Westminster, School of Law
May 2007

Abstract: "The article examines the fundamental principles, substance versus form, and operational elements of Islamic finance as applied to Islamic securitisation. We review some central aspects of the ideological and spiritual tradition of Sharia compliance as applied to a typical asset backed securities transaction."
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