Legal, regulatory and governance issues in Islamic finance
This book presents a detailed examination of the use of common and civil law to license and govern Islamic financial institutions. Making international comparisons, it discusses specific laws from Iran, where all banking is Shari'ah compliant, to Malaysia and the Gulf, where Islamic financial institutions compete with conventional banks. As most Islamic banks operate under national banking laws, consideration is given as to how - and indeed whether - these need to be amended.
Banking law (Islamic law) , Finance (Islamic law)
Wilson, R. (2012). Legal, regulatory and governance issues in Islamic finance. London: Edinburgh University Press Ltd.
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