Products such as Ijarah, Musharakah and Sukuk have often been used in developed Islamic economies to fund public-private partnership projects successfully. However, the private sector may consider other untraditional modes of financing, such as Crowdfunding. Can debt crowdfunding be a reliable source for SMEs? How often do the corporates rely on trade-based financing like Murabahah? Are we witnessing a rise of Islamic finance solutions based on participatory modes for funding? Is the over-reliance of the private sector on bilateral loans justifiable? Should the private sector consider other modes of financing, such as sukuk? Can Islamic project finance serve the financing needs of infrastructure development projects?
Learn more about Ijarah, Musharakah and Sukuk and their applications in today’s world from the expert speakers who will be joining from various facets of Islamic Finance.