July 2014 / Ramadhan 1435H

Global Primary Sukuk issuances have outperformed in 1H2014 with some notable events adding new opportunities to the sukuk marketplace.

The world's first takaful sukuk, one of the very few real estate and investment trust (REIT) sukuk and the debut of the United Kingdom in the sovereign sukuk market show great promise of things to come.

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