Innovations in Islamic Finance 2015: Innovation or integrity – the great dilemma
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Innovations in Islamic Finance 2015: Innovation or integrity – the great dilemma

The growth and globalization of Islamic finance over the past decade has been a rare success story for the financial industry. Here, Euromoney examines the challenges the sector faces to rise to the next level. Throughout the section, we highlight the banks, advisers, issuers and companies that are moving the industry forward, in Euromoney’s inaugural Innovation in Islamic finance awards.

Award-winning deals





Saudi Telecom 

Malaysia Airports Holdings 

Morocco Safi 

Jadwa Investment

Lulu Hypermarket 


Al Hilal Bank 


Nasdaq Dubai Murabaha platform 


Battersea Phase 3 






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