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Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Applications in Islamic Institutions, 2012


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Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Applications in Islamic Institutions
Jun 2012
Hardcover, 420 pp

USD 132.00

(All prices are valid in Malaysia, and subject to change without prior notice.)

Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Applications in Islamic Institutions, the second book in SC’s Islamic Capital Market Series, is an independent Shariah business resource for bankers, particularly treasury teams, their clients, regulators and lawyers. Its primary focus is instruction on Islamic principles to build a clear consciousness of Islamic rules, Islamic structures, and how these fit within a banking and treasury environment.
The unique character of Shariah rules gives rise to a complex Islamic market that is an asset market and not simply a money market. This requires the Islamic banker to consider the commercial, as opposed to monetary, aspects of transactions. Within this context, the book deals with the issues of asset liability management, cash flow management and “in the bank” departmental integration by introducing asset concepts. Hedging concepts and approaches used in the Islamic market are discussed in detail and common hedging problems addressed. The focus is to understand how a decision to apply Shariah principles causes profound change in philosophy and methodology.
Readers will be introduced to the prevailing business practices of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as well as Malaysia, with clear examples of each provided along with a presentation of how to best manage the procedural differences between the two regions. Sample balance sheets, transactions and processes are reviewed to assist readers in seeing the Islamic concept play out in hypothetical business transactions.

Readership: Bankers, islamic finance practitioners and regulators

Jurisdiction: Malaysia


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