A Guide to Islamic Asset Management
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A Guide to Islamic Asset Management

Portfolio Investing with Sharia

John A. Sandwick, M. K. Hassan and Pablo Collazzo

This original book examines how investment theory and regulatory constraints are linked to the professional processes of portfolio investments, and how the principles of Islam as defined by sharia fit into these processes. It also explores the measures required to create and grow a global Islamic asset management industry.
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Chapter 3: Results, relevance and limitations

John A. Sandwick, M. K. Hassan and Pablo Collazzo

Abstract

Modeling past hypothetical performance can never replace real-world performance. Data is problematic, as sources for data on the Islamic investible universe is poorly organized for both researchers and practitioners. A final limitation is that no other study has examined multi-asset sharia-compliant optimized portfolio investing, giving no reference point for this study. As an Islamic asset management industry evolves, additional research can further test multi-asset optimized portfolio performance, both hypothetical and real, with more abundant data requiring less labor to clean and sort.

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