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An Introduction to Islamic and Conventional Corporate Finance


An Introduction to Islamic and Conventional Corporate Finance
Aug 2012
Hardback, 305 pp

USD 57.00

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

This book concentrates on the various methods available to businesses to raise capital as well as the investment methodologies that drive strategic business decisions of corporations in Malaysia. In keeping with the practice prevalent in Malaysia and many other countries around the world, this book looks at the law and practice of corporate and investment finance through the conventional and Islamic perspectives.
Conventional banking facilities covered include term loans, revolving credit facilities, syndicated facilities, trade financing and banker’s acceptance together with the relevant types of security. Various Islamic financing methods are looked at, such as Bai’ Bithaman Ajil, Istisna’, Ijarah, commodity Murabahah, Bai’ Al-Dayn and Al Qardh ul-Hasan.
Private debt securities including bonds, sukuk, loan stocks and redeemable preference shares are analysed and the applicable legal framework discussed. Detailed consideration is also given to the legal requirements of initial public offerings in Malaysia. Alternative modes of corporate finance like venture capital, Islamic private equity and real estate investment trusts are explored.

Jurisdiction: Malaysia


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