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Dr.Khawla Al Nobani, Jordan

Dr Nobani was Managing partner at Dirayah-Islamic Financial Advisory Services. Her BA degree is on “Fiqh wa Osoul”, her Master degree thesis is on "Insurance from Shari'ah Point of View” & her PHD dissertation is on “Restructuring Sukuk between Fiqh and Practice”.

She is a frequent contributing writer with over 400 compositions on different Islamic economy issues to Al Ghad newspaper in Jordan & Islamic Finance and Investment magazine in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia more over she is specialist in Sukuk and she participate with high level consultant in preparing the Draft of Jordan Sukuk Act.

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The listing by DIP, the largest integrated business and residential community in the Middle East, brings the total of new listings of sukuk in Dubai s

Hong Kong lawmakers suppo

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(Reuters) - Hong Kong lawmakers support a bill that would allow the AAA-rated government to raise around US$500 million via sukuk (Islamic bonds), a r

Bahrain's GFH Eyes Share

22 March 2014

Bahrain-based Gulf Finance House will seek shareholder approval later this month for a potential reduction in share capital and to issue a convertible

DIP lists $300m sukuk on

22 March 2014

The listing by DIP, the largest integrated business and residential community in the Middle East, brings the total of new listings of sukuk in Dubai s

Hong Kong lawmakers suppo

22 March 2014

(Reuters) - Hong Kong lawmakers support a bill that would allow the AAA-rated government to raise around US$500 million via sukuk (Islamic bonds), a r

 

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