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What is Islamic Finance?

What is Islamic Finance?

Islamic finance is a type of financing activities that must comply with Sharia (Islamic Law). The concept can also refer to the investments that are permissible under Sharia.

The common practices of Islamic finance and banking came into existence along with the foundation of Islam. However, the establishment of formal Islamic finance occurred only in the 20th century. Nowadays, the Islamic finance sector grows at 15%-25% per year, while Islamic financial institutions oversee over $2 trillion.

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FDH Bank’s Islamic Banking Service Embracing Diversity in Finance

In a world where diversity and inclusivity are increasingly valued, the introduction of new financial services tailored to specific cultural and religious beliefs marks a significant step towards creating a more inclusive financial landscape.

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