Theory and Practice
Edited by Mohamed Ariff and Shamsher Mohamad
Chapter 11: Sukuk as the Islamic debt market securities within Islamic finance
Sukuk bonds are certificates issued by a borrowing firm to the joint owners who provide the funds when a firm issues sukuk bonds. There are six different types of funding for six different purposes for which funds can be borrowed in a sukuk bond exchange. There are some 17 such exchanges and the exchange in Malaysia holds two-thirds of the outstanding value of such bonds. This chapter provides an introduction of the principles governing the issuance of such debt instruments. It also examines the pricing behaviour to show how the yields are different for different tenor, and for difference sin riskiness.
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