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افتراضي Jordanian contributions to the Islamic Finance industry

Jordanian contributions to the Islamic Finance industry

Jordanian experts have introduced many things to the Islamic banking
industry. Dr Sami Hamoud, for example, was the first person to introduce a Murabahah contract, which is now traded widely in Islamic banks. Hamoud, the reported founder of the Murabahah contract quoted the Islamic contract from the chapter of sales for Imam Al- Shafei from the mother book, first applied in 1970 at Dubai Islamic Bank.

Jordan was also the first country to introduce a special law to recognize
Sukuk. This law, named the Muqarada bond law, was issued in 1982, although unfortunately slow action taken by the authorities prevented its development and no Sukuk issuance occurred at that period. Malaysia, in comparison, worked hard on these laws and organized multiple Sukuk issuances which led to Malaysia becoming a leading global player in the field of Sukuk, with over 72% of the issuance.

Regarding the Islamic banking industry in Jordan, in 1987 the government issued a law allowing the establishment of the first Islamic bank. In 2000, this law was replaced by a private law for Islamic banks, which organized operations both for Islamic banks and for Jordan’s own Regulatory issues.

The Jordanian government formed a committee in 2010 to study legislative issues relating to the issuance of Sukuk and other Islamic financial products and services, and in 2011 a draft law was submitted. The proposed law was to enable the issuance of Sukuk under various Islamic principles such as Ijarah and Murabahah, as well as other mortgage and equity transactions which would benefit the retail and wholesale market.

There are now four Islamic banks in Jordan, and experts expect this number
to increase as political and economic conditions improve. The banking system currently consists of 13 local commercial banks and nine foreign commercial banks.

Nafith ALHersh Nazzal is an Islamic banking
Specialist, certified financial and investment
Advisor and statistical analyst in Jordan. He
can be contacted at nafez1974@yahoo.com.
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