Top 500 Islamic financial institutions

Top 500 Islamic financial institutions

The Banker's Top Islamic Financial Institutions ranking: a bump on a path of progress

November 2, 2015

Despite a fall in total assets, The Banker's 2015 survey of the Top Islamic Financial Institutions indicates that the market is continuing to move in the right direction, with sharia-compliant institutions improving access to and delivery of services, developing microfinance services, and forming stronger strategic partnerships across Asia.

The Banker’s Top Islamic Financial Institutions 2015 – Methodology

November 2, 2015

A look at how The Banker compiled the 2015 Top Islamic Financial Institutions ranking.

Islamic finance roundtable: filling the SME gap

November 2, 2015

Despite high demand for sharia-compliant finance, a lack of expertise and services tailored to SMEs has resulted in significant underfunding of such businesses. Four specialists from the Islamic finance world look at how to make up for this shortfall.

Sukuk increase in popularity but hit compliance issues

November 2, 2015

There has been a spike in the number of sukuk issued outside the Muslim world. But while demand is up, there remains a significant number of regulatory and operational obstacles in issuing these sharia-compliant bonds.

Top 500 Islamic Financial Institutions: Methodology

November 1, 2011

A look at how The Banker and Maris Strategies put together the Top 500 Islamic Financial Institutions survey.

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Top 500 Islamic Financial Institutions

November 24, 2010

The sharp fall in Gulf property markets has dampened confidence in a market that many expected to be relatively immune to the global financial crisis. But sharia-compliant assets are still growing, and perhaps tougher times will encourage a more sophisticated industry.

Opportunities in a sea of caution

November 24, 2010

Better product segmentation and a focus on deeply underbanked markets in the Muslim world is the best way for Islamic banks to continue to expand in the context of a slower global economy.

The future of sharia banking

November 24, 2010

The aftermath of the crisis has seen the reputation of conservative sharia banking soar. Four experts in the sector look at how this falling into favour is likely to affect sharia finance's short-term and long-term prospects.

Malaysia shows the way forward

November 24, 2010

HSBC Amanah's chief executive officer talks to Stephen Timewell about the developments of Islamic finance in Asia and how Malaysia is shaping up to be a key market for HSBC Amanah, and Islamic finance in general.

Strong growth set to continue

November 24, 2010

The deputy CEO of HSBC Amanah, Razi Fakih talks to Stephen Timewell about how the bank is balancing its focus between key traditional Islamic finance countries and products, and expanding into less well established areas.

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