Top Islamic Financial Institutions

The Top Islamic Financial Institutions is a service of the Financial Times. The ranking remains the definitive benchmark for this rapidly evolving industry. 

Exchange rate differentials, market consolidation and regulatory changes all contributed to a fall in global sharia-compliant assets in the 2015 rankings. The data shows: 
$1,273bn Sharia-assets tracked 
-8.48% Assets growth 
1.10% Aggregate return on assets 
Building on our exclusive ranking, which includes comprehensive data on close to 400 institutions this year, the online interactive tool enables users to drill down into data and analyse the key players and markets.

From the most dominant institutions to the most profitable, you can refine your search by institution type (commercial bank, insurance companies, investment banks) to gain a more transparent picture of the global Islamic financial landscape.    

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Top Islamic Financial Institutions Special Report

At a first glance, this year’s Top Islamic Financial Institutions ranking shows a market that appears to have peaked after years of breakneck growth – total assets fell 8.48%. But a look behind the numbers shows that much of this is due to exchange rate changes in general, and to the 50% fall in the Iranian rial in particular. Authors of the report, James King and Joseph DiVanna note that there are huge unfulfilled opportunities in Islamic Finance, especially in Indonesia and Africa.


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Top Islamic Financial Institutions 2015

The Banker's editor, Brian Caplen, speaks to James King about the results of 2015 Top Islamic Financial Institutions report, including the decline in global sharia-compliant assets, the international expansion of Islamic banks and changes.