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Kamso
ISBN: 978-1-118-63892-7
Hardcover
256 pages
August 2013
List Price: 75.00 USD
9,000,000 IRR / 5,849,000 IRR افزودن به سبد
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Praise for Investing in Islamic Funds

"This is a valuable contribution to Islamic finance literature. Written by one of the most successful practitioners in the field, the book makes accessible to market participants Islamic finance concepts. The hands-on experience of its author, combined with the ease with which she demystifies Islamic finance and its investment strategies and portfolio formation, recommends this book to students of finance in general and international investors in particular. The book should be of interest also to students of capital markets, fund managers and scholars in that it describes in familiar language a new, stable and dynamic asset class that no international investor strategist could afford to ignore."
—Dr. Abbas Mirakhor, INCEIF Chair in Islamic Finance

"Overall, a book providing critical knowledge about Shari'ah-compliant funds combined with high levels of analytical skills and indeed the application experience of a world-class practitioner. A book to be read from the beginning to the end or in selective steps — both ways intellectually stimulating and pure fun."
—Dr. Manfred Dirrheimer, Founding Chairman of the board of directors, FWU AG

"A fulsome guide to Shari'ah financial services from a practitioner at the heart of the industry."
—Rory Tapner, CEO, Coutts

"Datuk Noripah's perspectives on Islamic funds provide insights into the opportunity that exists for their growth within the global market. The practical approach that her book describes, alongside the vast experience, is a helpful contribution to understanding a sector that is evolving and developing at a constantly rapid pace. The development of UCITS and other fund platforms is an important step in the globalization process."
—Neil Ryan, Assistant Secretary General, Department of Finance, Ireland

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