This book explores various aspects of Islamic finance, from the role of maqasid as-Shari’ah in driving the Islamic financial sector to specific Shari’ah injunctions that govern the provision of products and services. This series aims to play a meaningful role in fulfilling products that need, which of course cannot be achieved without the necessary knowledge, whether theoretical or applied knowledge.
This series provides the tip of the iceberg of the volume of Islamic finance related knowledge and literature that exist within the totality of financial knowledge. Hence, this is a compelling testimony of the expansion of Islamic finance as a body of knowledge that continues to be relevant and definitely timely, in the face of complex economic changes. In general, this series serves as a guide to those who are interested to know more about Islamic finance, its models, mechanisms and uniqueness, and the challenges and the possible solutions and opportunities that present itself to the players of the Islamic finance value chain.