Similar to conventional Structured Investment Products (SIPs), Islamic SIPs are also structured such that they are linked to or benchmarked against the performance of certain underlyings, which include equities, commodities and real estate. For further details see: ISLAMIC CAPITAL MARKETS: Principles & Practices.
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