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Sukuk Securities - Mohamed Ariff

Year 2014

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PrefaceAcknowledgmentsAbout the AuthorsPart One. The Foundation of Sukuk SecuritiesChapter 1. Introduction to Sukuk MarketsISLAMIC (PARTICIPATION) DEBT SECURITIESTHE ORIGIN OF SUKUK STRUCTURESCONTEMPORARY SUKUK SECURITIESHOW SUKUK SECURITIES ARE PRICEDTHE STRUCTURE OF THIS ROOKChapter 2. Sukuk Securities: Definitions, Classification, and Pricing IssuesFUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLESDEFINITIONS AND REGULATIONSCLASSIFICATION BASED ON PRACTICESCONCLUSIONChapter 3. Pragmatic and Idealistic Approaches to Structuring SukukSHARI'AH: THE BASIC FOUNDATIONS OF ISLAMIC FINANCE AND SUKUKSources of Shari'ahIjtihadISLAMIC FINANCIAL PRINCIPLESRibaGhararTHREE APPROACHES TO ISLAMIC FINANCETHE HISTORY OF SUKUKSUKUK STRUCTURES: PRAGMATIC AND IDEALISTIC APPROACHESShari'ah Requirements for Sukuk StructuresSukuk Structures: A Pragmatic ApproachThe AAOIFI Resolution: An Idealistic ApproachCONCLUSIONChapter 4. Contract Design and the Structure of Common Sukuk Securities Issued to DateMUDARABAH (PARTNERSHIP)MUSHARAKAH (PROFIT SHARING)MURABAHAH (MARKUP)IJARAH (LEASING)SALAM (FUTURES)ISTISNA (WORKING CAPITAL)CONCLUSIONChapter 5. Samples of Sukuk IssuedSUKUK SIMPANAN RAKYAT (MALAYSIA)CENTRAL BANK OF BAHRAINKHAZANAH NASIONAL BERHAD (MALAYSIA)QATAR CENTRAL BANKNAKHEEL SUKUK (UAE)MAHAN AIRLINE COMPANY (IRAN)CONCLUSIONChapter 6. Contract Design and the Structure of Sukuk Securities Yet IssuedWAKALAH (AGENCY)MANFAAH (USUFRUCT)MUZARAH (FARMLAND LEASING)MUSAQAH (ORCHARD LEASING)MUQARASAH (TREE LEASING)CONCLUSIONChapter 7. Sukuk Securities and Conventional BondsCOMPARISON OF THE YIELDS OF ISLAMIC SECURITIES AND RONDSYIELD CURVESTHE GRANGER CAUSALITY TEST FOR THE YIELDS OF SUKUK AND CONVENTIONAL RONDSCONCLUSIONPart Two. Sukuk Securities in PracticeChapter 8. Regulations with a DifferenceREGULATING SUKUKThe Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial InstitutionsThe Islamic Financial Services BoardThe International Islamic Financial MarketCONCLUSIONChapter 9. Securitization, Trading, and RatingSUKUK TRADINGSukuk Securitization as IPODisclosureSpecial Purpose Company (SPC)SUKUK RATING METHODOLOGIESStandard & Poor'sMoody'sFitchRAMMARCCONCLUSIONChapter 10. Worldwide Sukuk MarketsTHE GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION OF SUKUK SECURITIESCountry of DomicileIssuing-Country RiskTHE EFFECT OF GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION ON CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONSCONCLUSIONChapter 11. Regulatory Issues for Sukuk Financial Products THE CURRENT SUKUK MARKETREGULATION AND SHARI'AH ISSUES IN THE CURRENT SUKUK MARKETCURRENT SUKUK STRUCTURESDisclosures in the Current Sukuk MarketDo Regulators Have a Role in Sukuk Structures?Market SupervisionPOSSIBLE DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPLICATIONSThe Extension of Sukuk to the Retail MarketLonger-Dated SukukPressure for More Trades on ExchangesPart Three. Payoff Structures and Sukuk ValuationChapter 12. The Foundation and Principles of Islamic FinanceFOUNDATIONPRINCIPLESProfit and Loss SharingRisk SharingFee-Based TransactionsThe Prohibition of Excessive Uncertainty and AmbiguityInformation SymmetryThe Prohibition of RibaCONCLUSIONChapter 13. Cash-Flow Identification and Pattern Recognition for Theoretical Valuation ModelsZERO-PROMISED REGULAR-PAYMENT SUKUKFIXED-PROMISED REGULAR-PAYMENT SUKUKFixed-Promised Regular Payments and Zero-Promised Maturity PaymentFixed-Promised Regular Payments and Promised Maturity PaymentVARIABLE-PROMISED PAYMENT SUKUKGrowing-Promised Regular Payments and Predetermined Maturity PaymentDeclining-Promised Regular Payments and Zero-Promised Maturity PaymentUNDETERMINED-PROMISED PAYMENT SUKUKCONCLUSIONChapter 14. A Matter of Choice: Sukuk or Bond?THE ECONOMICS OF CONVENTIONAL BOND-BASED FUNDINGWORLD MARKETS FOR CONVENTIONAL LOANSTHE CASE AGAINST INTEREST-BASED DEBT WITH NO RISK SHAREDARE SUKUK AN ALTERNATIVE TO RONDS? CONCLUSIONChapter 15. Challenges and Future DevelopmentsVALUATIONLIQUIDITYMARKET WIDENING AND MARKET DEPTHCOST OF ISSUANCEVARIATION IN SCHOOLS OF THOUGHTEDUCATING MORE EXPERTS IN SUKUKREGULATORY SUFFICIENCYCONCLUSIONBIBLIOGRAPHY
 
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