Islamic Finance

Special Interview with Ahmad Salam, Founding Director of Islamic Bank of Britain: Capitalism, Global Crisis, and the Moral Reckoning: Are we Ready to Take the Pain?

The Review of Religions conducted an interview with Ahmad Salam, a career investment banker with 25 years of experience in debt capital markets and investment banking and founding director of the Islamic Bank of Britain, on the subject of the Coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the global economy. He developed an […]

Islamic Finance

By Y-Sing Liau | Updated Jan 6, 2017 The Koran forbids charging interest or paying it. Yet even strictly observant Muslims can participate in modern-day commerce. They use alternative arrangements designed to comply with sharia, or Islamic law. These financial instruments, in which the buyer and the seller typically share […]