Corporate Sukuk has been saved
Building the ecosystem to finance sustainable infrastructure
As the Islamic capital market begins to pivot toward the development of its ecosystem, it will be challenged with a number of internal and external factors that will affect the building of its operational and functional infrastructure.
The publication is part of the Deloitte Islamic Finance insights series: Leading by Engaging, which aims to discuss some of the key practice developments towards building an efficient corporate Sukuk market that is able to drive growth and help finance infrastructure in several markets around the world.
The purpose of this whitepaper, which is a collaboration between Deloitte, AAOIFI and IRTI-IDB Group, is to present the views and expectations of industry thought-leaders and professionals who have been assessing and addressing the practical corporate laws and investment mechanisms that affect the structuring and marketing of corporate Sukuk as an alternative project-financing tool for infrastructure projects.
Following are the key topics covered in the whitepaper:
- Financial reporting and disclosure
- Global corporate support initiative
- A western appetite for infrastructure corporate Sukuk
- Risk management strategy
- Market trend and structures
- Case study: Sustainable energy Sukuk
For additional information or if you would like to discuss any specific practice area, please feel free to contact Hatim El Tahir.
If you would like to have hard copies please feel free to connect with Sajida Ali.
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