Islamic Finance in Non-Muslim-Majority Jurisdictions: Regulatory Issues

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Abstract

Analyses the issues that confront banking supervisors when applying their regulatory framework to Islamic banks. The question is: to what extent should they allow modified rules for Islamic banks and how do they make sure that competition between conventional and Islamic banks remains fair.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIslamic Finance
Subtitle of host publicationBetween Religious Norms and Legal Practice
EditorsWim Decock, Vincent Sagaert
Place of PublicationCambridge, UK
PublisherIntersentia
Chapter4
Pages75-90
Number of pages16
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-78068-869-5
ISBN (Print)978-1-78068-619-6
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Keywords

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Visser, H. (2019). Islamic Finance in Non-Muslim-Majority Jurisdictions: Regulatory Issues. In W. Decock, & V. Sagaert (Eds.), Islamic Finance : Between Religious Norms and Legal Practice (pp. 75-90). Cambridge, UK: Intersentia.
Visser, Hans. / Islamic Finance in Non-Muslim-Majority Jurisdictions : Regulatory Issues. Islamic Finance : Between Religious Norms and Legal Practice. editor / Wim Decock ; Vincent Sagaert. Cambridge, UK : Intersentia, 2019. pp. 75-90
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Islamic Finance : Between Religious Norms and Legal Practice. ed. / Wim Decock; Vincent Sagaert. Cambridge, UK : Intersentia, 2019. p. 75-90.

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