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Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT IS A BOND?
Bonds are fixed income instruments that provide an investor with returns, paid by the issuer, for an agreed period of time, in effect acting like a loan with repayments. Bonds are used by a range of businesses and governments to provide capital for their activities.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF INVESTING IN A SUKUK?
Sukuk can provide returns in a manner similar to returns, whilst remaining in compliance with Sharia law. The International market for Sukuk has grown considerably in recent years and they are now a widely available and popularly traded financial instrument.
How Are Sukuk Traded?
Sukuk and Bonds can be traded like any other security through Brokers during trading hours. They can also trade Over the Counter (OTC), which means this occurs outside the formal exchange environment and without overview by the regulator.
WHAT IS A SUKUK?
A sukuk is an Islamic financial certificate, similar to a bond, that complies with Islamic Sharia law. Since the traditional interest-paying bond structure is not permissible under Sharia, the issuer of a sukuk essentially sells an investor group a certificate, and then uses the proceeds to purchase an asset that the investor group has direct partial ownership interest in. The issuer must also make a contractual promise to buy back the bond at a future date at par value.