DDCAP has assisted the Deloitte Middle East Islamic Finance Knowledge Center (IFKC) in raising awareness of ‘alternative investments,’ such as Sukuk among both issuers and investors in Europe.
DDCAP along with the FWU Group and the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI), supported the survey with Deloitte’s strategic research partners, INCEIF of Malaysia, and HBS University of Reading (UK).
The survey aims to achieve three core objectives namely; to develop and validate a conceptual framework for Sukuk issuance by medium-sized European corporate organizations; Identify key determinants of the Sukuk issuance and investment; and to provide the necessary support and follow-up for potential issuers and investors. Its objective is to build a repository of case studies which can be used for future analysis.
We are delighted to invite our clients to participate in this survey here by reflecting on your expertise and to share both practical and personal insights that would improve the Islamic Finance Industry as a whole. Your participation will remain strictly confidential.
Participation in this research will contribute to a practical understanding and knowledge of the Islamic capital markets and enhance the skill sets of practitioners and professionals, as well as policy makers and investors. The findings and analysis of this survey will be published and shared with market participants worldwide.
This research initiative underpins the role DDCAP continues to play in the Industry adding value to the development of Islamic Finance both locally and globally.