This study addresses the derivatives instruments in Islamic finance and highlights their benefits and legal aspects. It also discusses the forward, futures and options contracts in commodity markets. Arguments both in favour of and against these instruments are addressed and several alternatives are examined as well.An Islamic evaluation of the different functions performed by the clearinghouse, the futures brokers, and the regulation of the futures market is necessary for ... Research Methodology The study is based on a selective study of Islamic law.
|Title||:||Risk Management in Islamic Finance|
|Author||:||Muhammad al-Bashir Muhammad al-Amine|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2008-11-13|