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Islamic Finance - Third Party Reports

Have come across several third party papers as well, these three reports in particular might provide a useful overview and past statistics on Islamic banking and finance.

It is also interesting to compare figures as they refer to various sources of information and are authored from rather different perspectives:

Ernst & Young - Islamic Funds & Investment Report

Moody's - Islamic Finance 2007 Review and 2008 Outlook

S&P - Islamic Finance Outlook 2008



  1. Here is also the International Financial Services London (IFSL) Report on Islamic Finance. They also have the previous year report so interesting to compare 2007-2008 figures.


  2. The data on Canada having an Islamic Bank is incorrect but overall good report.

  3. This is not a resource itself but rather a set of links to resources. Please check it out since Falaika seems to have quite a lot of information available online:


  4. I have also come across these article & discussions (some in Arabic) from KAU's Islamic Economics Research Centre (my new best friends):


  5. And the new site from KFH Research: