Product Development in Islamic Banks

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INDEX

Bold denotes entry in a table
accessory contract(s), 27–8
actual/constructive possession, 42–3
advance payment, 48–9
agency, 27–8
Ahmed, H., 48, 207–8, 209
Al-Suwailem, S, 35, 40, 209
analogy, 21
Anderson, J. G., 83
Ansoff, H. I., 99
Arbouna, M. B., 43
ArRahnu programme, 204–5
assignment, 28
Avlonitis, G. J., 12,107
Bahrain, 57
Bai bithaman ajil (BBA) contracts, 194–5
Bangladesh, 56–7, 206
Bank of International Settlements (BIS), 8,12
Bank Rakyat (BR), 204–5
banks
definition, 70
objectives, 70–1
see also Islamic banks
BBA (Bai bithaman ajil) contracts, 194–5
BIS (Bank of International Settlements), 8,12
blocking the means, 22
Bodie,Z., 8
Bowers, M. R., 112,128
BR (Bank Rakyat), 204–5
Brentani, U. de, 76, 78,108,123–6,128–9
Bretton Woods, 7
Business Requirement Specifications, 117
Canada, 58, 203
Chapra, M. U., 5, 62–3
Cizakca, M., 207
commercial law see Islamic commercial law
commercialisation, 118–21,128–9
Islamic banks, 145–6,145,157
concept(s)
conversion into product, 144–5, 144> 157,158–9
implementation, 126–7
on paper, 110–11
concession, 40
conflict resolution see dispute settlement/ conflict resolution
consensus, 21
consumer protection, 62–3
continuity presumption, 23
contract(s), 24–9
accessory, 27–8
combination of, 43–4
competence, 25
conditions, 25–6
consent, 25
contemporary finance and, 38–46
definition, 24
disputes see dispute settlement/conflict resolution
essence of, 35–6
exchange, 26–7
gharar in, 35–8
gratuitious, 28–9
guarantee, 29, 42
hire, 27
legal competence, 25
major nominate, 26–9
object see object of contract
purpose/consideration, 25–30
sale, 26–7
stipulations, 45–6
subject matter, 25
substance and form, 39–40
trust, 42
validity, 26
work done for reward, 27
see also sale(s)
Cooper, R. G., 12, 76, 78,107–9,123–9
cooperatives, 203–4
and hedging, 211
Credit Administration Manual, 117
credit cards, 176–9
basic principles, 176–7
fee-based, 177; and rebate-based, 177–8
maintenance-fee, 178

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