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- Funds@Work: Network Analysis Among Sharia Scholars v 4.0
- ISRA: Islamic Finance Knowledge Repository
- IFSB-IRTI-IDB Islamic Finance and Global Stability Report
- Sukuk Reports: I, II, III, and IV
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Islamic Finance in the News

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Regulatory Perspectives on Islamic Finance

An overview of various policy statements, speeches, initiatives, etc from
jurisdictions across the globe (as they relate to Islamic finance). We
have featured below the most pertinent texts as they relate to each
country/region, but for additional readings check the respective archives
links as well.

BCB (Bahrain) - Challenges for Islamic Finance
Text (link might not work, check this blog's summary of the speech) & Archives

CBK (Kuwait) - Development & Integration of Islamic Finance
Text & Archives

DFSA (Dubai) - The DFSA's Islamic Finance Regulatory Regime
Text & Archives

FSA (UK) - Islamic Finance in the UK: Regulation and Challenges
Text & Archives

HKMA (Hong Kong) - The Natural Gateway to Islamic Finance in Asia
Text & Archives

MAS (Singapore) - Singapore's Perspective on Islamic Finance
Text & Archives

MIFC (Malaysia) - A Primer on the MIFC Initiative
Text & Archives

QFC (Qatar) - Business Case : Islamic Finance
Text & Archives

SBP (Pakistan) - Pakistan Islamic Banking: Past, Present and Future Outlook
Text & Archives

Federal Reserve (US) - Islamic Finance 101
Text 1 - The Obama version - November 6, 2008
Text 2 - The Bush version - May 8, 2004 (yes, 2004)

1 comment:

  1. Do checkout the very last one: US Fed speech dating back to 2004 and note their first "Islamic Finance 101" workshop dates back to April 2002 (at least).