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14.3.11

Islamic Securitisation: Part II - A Proposal for International Standards, Legal Guidelines and Structures

Islamic Securitisation: Part II - A Proposal for International Standards, Legal Guidelines and Structures
Mohammad Saad Lahlou, University of Westminster, School of Law
Joseph Atangan Tanega, University of Westminster, School of Law
June 2007

Abstract: "The authors propose that international standards for cross-border Islamic Securitisations be established to help overcome legal uncertainties. Given the principles of Sharia law, templates for a number of Islamic financial instruments are examined together with some examples of successful international transactions."
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