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قديم 03-14-2010, 11:00 AM
الصورة الرمزية بديعة العتيبي
بديعة العتيبي بديعة العتيبي غير متصل
مشرف قسم
 
تاريخ التسجيل: Aug 2008
الدولة: الرياض- المملكة العربية السعودية
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افتراضي News - March 14 2010


China has been urged to consider introducing Islamic banking practices to boost trade with the Arab and Muslim world.
China is already the area’s biggest commercial partner but economists and experts in the industry say this can be greatly increased.
“Most of the money in Islamic banking comes from Gulf countries and these oil-rich countries prefer Islamic banking tools, so for China to invest in this regard, there is big potential for growth and business,” said Wajdi Makhamreh, CEO of the Amman-based Noor Investments brokerage.
“There is a dire need for networking between Chinese banks and their counterparts in Arab and Muslim banks to cooperate in introducing Islamic banking tools,” Makhamreh told Xinhua.
Faeq Hjazin, economist and expert in the Islamic banking sector, said: “If Chinese banks and investors consider introducing Islamic banking tools, they will help boost their country’s commercial exchange with the Arab and Muslim world at a faster pace.”
The experts said China could play a larger role in the region and increase its involvement in mega projects in the Arab and Muslim world once it started providing Islamic banking products.
Fouad M. Alaeddin, Middle East Managing Partner and Head of Markets at Pricewaterhousecoopers, said the potential for growth in the sector was huge.
The experts said the return on investment in the Islamic banking sector was sustainable and lucrative as the sector was less risky than conventional banking.
“Islamic banks rely on genuine collaterals. They do not rely on debt, and they do not deal with hedge funds and derivatives and other toxic financial instruments that caused the global financial crisis,” Makhamreh said.
“This is the reason they were the least to be affected,” he said.
Hjazin said China would benefit from thinking about Islamic banking styles as these were preferred by over one billion Muslims across the world.

Source : Islamic Finance Expert
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قديم 03-14-2010, 11:03 AM
الصورة الرمزية بديعة العتيبي
بديعة العتيبي بديعة العتيبي غير متصل
مشرف قسم
 
تاريخ التسجيل: Aug 2008
الدولة: الرياض- المملكة العربية السعودية
المشاركات: 672
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Local Islamic banks need to innovate more to remain competitive within the industry following the government’s move to liberalise the financial services sector.
“I think it is a question of survival for competitors. Local players need to buck up and innovative more to effectively compete.
“With foreign banks stating an interest in moving to Malaysia, it is essential that they do this to move ahead,,” said Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd Managing Director, Datuk Seri Zukri Samat Monday.
He told Bernama this after the signing ceremony of Bank Islam’s closed RM330 million syndicated facility for Kedah Sato Sdn Bhd’s new Kolej Universiti Insaniah (KUIN) campus in Baling.
He said in promoting Malaysia to become a leading international and regional hub of Islamic finance, the country needs more industry players.
“My view is that, the interest of the foreign parties, will basically strengthen our position as an Islamic financial hub. When they come in, they will bring along more products and even capital.
“Personally, I welcome them,” he added.
Recently, it was reported that the National Bank of Abu Dhabi – one of biggest in the United Arab Emirates – plans to start commercial banking operations in Malaysia under the liberalisation plan.
Meanwhile, Bahrain-based Islamic lender, Al Baraka is in talks to buy a stake in Malaysia’s Bank Muamalat.
“I think the cake is still big enough for everyone to share. But I will not say, local players would not be affected by the liberalisation move. Some will be.
“However, there are niche areas, where local players need to position themselves and perform,” he explained.
He said the Islamic finance industry in Malaysia is growing faster than conventional banking, with a 20 per cent growth annually.
Asked if there would be any joint-ventures with foreign parties, he said: “If they are already here, I don’t think we need to have any form of cooperation.
“Of course, they have to be members of the Association of Islamic Banking.
“On that platform, we will cooperate with one other. But I don’t think, there is a specific strategy to collaborate with these banks,” he explained.
Zukri also said, he is confident the Islamic finance industry will show a positive trend this year.

Source: Islamic Finance Expert
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قديم 03-14-2010, 11:34 AM
الصورة الرمزية بديعة العتيبي
بديعة العتيبي بديعة العتيبي غير متصل
مشرف قسم
 
تاريخ التسجيل: Aug 2008
الدولة: الرياض- المملكة العربية السعودية
المشاركات: 672
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Mashreq Expands Scope Of Islamic Banking Services

Sunday, Mar 14, 2010
Gulf News

Dubai Mashreq Group announced yesterday the introduction of its Islamic banking division, Mashreq Al Islami, made available to customers throughout all of its 58 panches in the UAE.
Initially established in 2006 as Badr Al Islami, the Islamic banking division of Mashreqbank has been advised by the respected Sharia Supervisory Board, whose members will continue to guide Mashreq Al Islami, the official Islamic service provider for all Mashreq Group-related instruments.
"Islamic banking is expected to contribute around 30 per cent of the total banking sector in the next three years in the UAE, underpinning the importance of this market segment. Islamic banking is becoming increasingly preferred as an alternative to mainstream banking for all banking and finance segments and attracts all types of customer," Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair, CEO of Mashreq, said in a press release
Mashreq Al Islami will be offering a full suite of Sharia-compliant products and services, with a host of new products to be rolled out during 2010 to both retail and corporate customers. Mashreq Al Islami will also provide Islamic advisory services, structuring finance solutions, sukuk advisory, Islamic investment products and Islamic treasury products, among others.
"The move to Mashreq Al Islami is part of the natural evolution of the business. Over the course of the past three years we have focused our attention on developing Sharia-compliant Islamic products and services in the field of corporate finance, project finance, sukuks and other products. By taking these services mainstream under the Mashreq Al Islami pand, customers will directly benefit from Mashreq's 40 years of banking and finance experience across the region, its wide network of panches and strong reputation in both retail and corporate finance," said Moinuddin Malim, CEO of Mashreq Al Islami.
Staff training
Mashreq Al Islami is being led by a fully independent management team.
As the Islamic products and services will be marketed throughout all of the existing Mashreq outlets, existing Mashreq personnel are being trained and Sharia-certified.
All staff operating in Mashreq panches will be qualified to advise on Sharia-compliant products and services. Staff Report © Gulf News 2010. All rights reserved.


Source: Emirates Financial News
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