Contemporary practices of musharakah in financial transactions
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Musharakah, which is translated as 'joint venture or partnership' or 'profit and loss sharing contract' is regarded as an ideal financing contract in Islamic finance. Musharakah has been applied to Islamic banking and Islamic capital market across the world and it is also proposed as one of alternative model in takaful business. Musharakah contract is also combined with other contracts and interesting products such as Musharakah Mutanaqisa has been developed. However, there are considerations concerning the principles of Shariah. This paper aims to discuss these matters and offer recommendations in order for Musharakah to be more widely accepted and adopted by the Muslim communities across the world. It is anticipated further research can be conducted to find out the implication of applying AAOIFI resolution on Musharakah or equity based products to find out the effect of it on different jurisdictions with different domestic laws and rules.
Islamic finance , Musharakah , Shariah , Takaful , Equity participation contract , Profit and loss sharing , Financing contract , Sukuk
Moriguchi, T., Khattak, M. A., Farhan, M., Firdaus, M., Worasutr, A., Hakim, A. L., Musthafa, F., & Muneeza, A. (2016). Contemporary practices of musharakah in financial transactions. International Journal of Management and Applied Research, 3(2), 65-76. https://doi.org/10.18646/2056.32.16-005
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