Structured Thoughts: News for the financial services community - Volume 1, Issue 7


Sharia-Compliant Structured Products

The same features that continue to attract investors to structured products have recently garnered the interest of Islamic investors. Structured products provide retail investors with access to sophisticated payout structures and allow exposure to particular underlying securities in which a direct investment may be impossible or prohibitively expensive. As the international securities markets begin to show signs of renewed life, issuers will likely position themselves to take advantage of the largely untapped market of Sharia-compliant structured products. In this issue of Structured Thoughts, we explore some Sharia-compliant mechanisms that issuers can synthesize into Sharia-compliant structured products.

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