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We are excited to share that a new article has been published on IFN Islamic Finance News, titled “What will the first micro-Sukuk in Germany look like?” by Ahmad Kamal Chenzaie.
Modern Islamic finance emerged in the 1970s with the first Islamic banks, but its history dates back well before the 20th century. Today, Islamic finance is an important part of the global financial system.
Back then, the prospect of conducting financial transactions over longer distances was revolutionary. Today, financial technology (FinTech) is already making it standard for many people to do financial transactions conveniently via an app on a mobile phone.
Curious about the current status of Islamic finance in Germany? Look no further! A new article by Bilgehan Akbiyik presents current findings on the German market and provides data on a representative customer survey.
When Ahmad Ghanem founded “Veil Garment”, he was concerned that venture capital firms would push growth too far at the expense of sustainability. So the then 26-year-old American designer decided to use crowdfunding to start his e-commerce business.
How can you build wealth and invest your money safely at the same time? Experts recommend an investment in real values, preferably in residential real estate, for example in the attractive German housing market.
As a private investor with a limited budget, how can I invest in real estate in addition to buying a conventional house? How do I do this in accordance with my ethical and religious values? Interest and speculation are therefore taboo.
How does the rental yield compare to the interest rates? We clarify this question, look at the development of rental yields compared to interest rates, and explain how rental and purchase prices, as well as interest rates, are formed.
Have you already thought about your retirement provision? How do you want to finance yourself in retirement, and what standard of living is important to you? Are there any Islamic guidelines that you need to follow to ensure that your retirement provision is halal?
Zero percent financing with no interest at all—it sounds tempting, but is it really an interest-free financing option? This is a question asked by many people for whom it is important not to fall into the interest trap.