Shariah compliant banking offers Riba free banking in line with Shariah rules. It neither gives nor takes loans on interest. It operates as a trading company which buys, sells and enters into different modes and contracts of investment such as Mudharaba, Musharaka and other forms of trading and equity instruments to make profits.The absence of […]
No, Islam does not prohibit from selling or buying or entering into partnership with non-Muslims provided the underlying transactions are Shariah compliant.
Shariah compliant financial institutions invest/utilize the funds received from Account Holders/customers under Shariah compliant modes of financing such as Ijara, Murabaha, Salam, Istisna’ and investment contracts such as Mudaraba, Musharaka, Wakala etc. to generate profit.
MURABAHA: It is a sale contract in which an individual/ entity sells an asset at cost plus an agreed profit. The sale price could be paid on spot or deferred basis. TAWARRUQ: A mode of financing, similar to Murabaha transaction, where the commodity sold is not required by the client but is bought on a […]
Interest/Riba is rent of money or the time value of money. It is the additional amount charged by a creditor in lieu of the time that he gives to the borrower for repayment or delay in payment.
Islamic banking is a system of conducting business activities in line with the principles of Islamic Shari’a’. It follows the rules and provisions of Islamic jurisprudence pertaining to trade and business, so-called fiqhal muamalat (Islamic rules on transactions.Islamic banking avoids all the prohibited activities such as riba (usury-interest), gharar (uncertainty), financing of haram (forbidden) trades […]