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ASAR - Al Ruwayeh & Partners, Kuwait

ASAR's experience includes advisory services and negotiations on major Islamic finance projects and transactions including:

• Real estate
• Sukuks (bonds)
• Financial derivatives
• Sharia’h compliant liquidity instruments
• Construction financing
• Other derivatives

We work with businesses and financial institutions based in the Gulf region, as well as outside the region, to create Islamic finance solutions for a variety of situations. ASAR is recognized as one of the leading Islamic finance firms in the Gulf region.

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