Islamic finance in 2010

“Towards More Dynamic and Socially Responsive Islamic Finance” InsyaAllah

  1. Bank of Kuwait and the Middle East would transform into an Islamic bank in 2010.
  2. Germany’s first Islamic bank to open in early 2010
  3. India’s first Islamic bank to start in Kerala by 2010
  4. Bank of London and Middle East eyes LSE listing in 2010
  5. Zitouna Islamic Bank will start in the beginning of 2010
  6. Islamic bank assets to hit $1tn in 2010
  7. Islamic Banking in Indonesia to See 81% Expansion in 2010
  8. Number of Islamic banks in Kuwait rise to five in 2010
  9. Full conversion to Islamic finance by end-2010, says PTPTN
  10. Islamic banks aim to expand into Europe
  11. Jordan’s banking sector performance to improve in 2010
  12. Islamic derivative contract seen by early 2010
  13. Gulf corporate Islamic bonds to flow only in 2010
  14. Islamic Sukuk Market to reach USD140bn in 2010

“We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.” Edith Lovejoy Pierce

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    • Janet Clower Reply

      I wonder what the term ” Islamic Banking” mean? If my understanding is right, you cannot have an interest/ usury free oasis, in the desert of financial avarice and confusion, that passes off as modern capitalism

      January 1, 2010 at 8:59 am

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