Islamic regulation must harmonise to grow

Author: | Published: 17 Nov 2010

Investor appetite is strong, but banks need regulatory support and coordination to encourage them to launch shariah-compliant programmes.

That was the message delivered by speakers at the Islamic Finance News Roadshow, hosted last week in London by Norton Rose.

“Governments need to look at building architecture to bring greater coordination to the global Islamic market,” said Stella Cox, managing director...



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