Miscellaneous 2011

Souk in the city: a market for Islamic finance

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Mar 2011


Australia's stable government and legal framework would prove attractive to any investor seeking a platform to launch investment into the Asia-Pacific region. Further, Australia, with its vast mineral resources and regular need for infrastructure financing, also presents investment opportunities for Islamic finance. In this regard, this article seeks to explore whether Australia as a financial services hub could function effectively for Islamic financial products and what Australia will need to do to lead the market in the region as a global financial services hub. In addition, this article also looks at the Australian tax treatment of common Islamic financial products under the existing law.

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  • Published By: Tasha Chua
  • Published On:1 Mar 2011

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