Kamso, Noripah.

Investing in Islamic funds : a practitioner's perspective / Noripah Kamso, with Tsu Mae Ng. - Singapore : Wiley, c2013. - xxxiv, 261 p. : ill. - Wiley finance series . - Wiley finance series. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Chapter 1 The Growth of Shariah Investments: Preparing the Next Generation -- Chapter 2 Fund Management within Shariah-Compliant Investment Guidelines: Is There More Reward? -- Chapter 3 Uncovering the Driving Principles of Islamic Finance: A Journey to Accumulate Wealth Responsibly -- Chapter 4 Investing Responsibly: The Search for Similar Benefits for Ethical and Shariah Forms of Investing -- Chapter 5 Broad Choices of Islamic Investment Funds: Can They Become Mainstream? -- Chapter 6 Mitigating the Myths: The Benefits of Islamic Funds for the Broader Investor Base -- Chapter 7 Comparative Analysis with Conventional Investing: Shariah-Compliant Investing is Resilient, while Conventional Investing Has to Recover from Financial Crisis -- Chapter 8 Using Performance Characteristics to Build Wealth: Empirical Evidence, Proven and Tested -- Chapter 9 The Sukuk Portfolio: A Broader Investment Universe for Mainstream Investors -- Chapter 10 Shariah-Compliant UCITS Funds: Satisfying the Appetite of International Investors -- Chapter 11 Legal, Regulatory, Risk, and Operational Framework: Building Investors' Confidence.

9781118638927 (cloth)


Banks and banking -- Islamic countries.
Banks and banking -- Religious aspects -- Islam. -- Islam.

HG3368 / .K367 2013

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