Learn about the Sharia Finance difference and what makes us different when compared to a direct to bank approach.
Islamic Finance is a form of finance that prohibits the payment of interest from the funder to the borrower.
Islamic Finance in Australia is a growing industry. Once of the challenges with obtaining Islamic finance in Australia…
This is a form of lease agreement, where a funder will finance an asset with an agreed rental instalment.
This is a form of lease agreement, which differs from Ijarah Munthaia Bittamleek in that it has a gift component.
Diminishing Musharakah is a type of finance contract where there is a ‘co-ownership structure’.
This is a form of Islamic finance where the funder and the buyer agree to the markup of an asset.
Funders take into consideration a variety of variables when calculating how much they will…