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Slide 1: This slide introduces Shariah-Based Banking. State your company name and begin.
Slide 2: This slide states Agenda of the presentation.
Slide 3: This slide shows Table of Content for the presentation.
Slide 4: This slide highlights title for topics that are to be covered next in the template.
Slide 5: This slide shows Overview of Islamic finance.
Slide 6: This slide presents Historical presence of Islamic finance.
Slide 7: This slide displays Financial prohibitions and permissions in Islamic law.
Slide 8: This slide represents Penalty and compensation in Islamic finance.
Slide 9: This is another slide continuing Penalty and compensation in Islamic finance.
Slide 10: This slide showcases Differences between Islamic and Conventional finance.
Slide 11: This slide shows Investment instruments offered in Islamic finance.
Slide 12: This slide presents Digital transformation in Islamic finance industry.
Slide 13: This is another slide continuing Digital transformation in Islamic finance industry.
Slide 14: This slide displays Analysis of global Islamic fintech market.
Slide 15: This slide represents Global Islamic finance industry analysis.
Slide 16: This slide showcases Distribution of global Islamic financial assets.
Slide 17: This is another slide continuing Distribution of global Islamic financial assets.
Slide 18: This slide highlights title for topics that are to be covered next in the template.
Slide 19: This slide covers the details related to Islamic funds, an investment vehicle that adheres to the principles of Islamic finance.
Slide 20: This slide presents types of Islamic funds used in investment vehicles that adhere to the principles of Islamic finance.
Slide 21: This is another slide continuing Types of Islamic Funds.
Slide 22: This slide displays Components of Islamic finance – Specialized Financial Institutions.
Slide 23: This is another slide continuing Components of Islamic finance – Specialized Financial Institutions.
Slide 24: This slide represents Components of Islamic finance – Islamic Banking.
Slide 25: This is another slide continuing Components of Islamic finance – Islamic Banking.
Slide 26: This slide showcases Overview of Islamic banking.
Slide 27: This is another slide continuing Overview of Islamic banking.
Slide 28: This slide shows Types of Islamic banking and finance.
Slide 29: This slide presents Different Islamic banking products and services.
Slide 30: This slide displays Compound annual growth rate of Islamic banks.
Slide 31: This slide represents Components of Islamic finance – Islamic Insurance.
Slide 32: This slide showcases Islamic Insurance- Principles of Takaful.
Slide 33: This slide shows Features of different Takaful model.
Slide 34: This slide presents Structure of Takaful - Mudaraba Model.
Slide 35: This slide displays Structure of Takaful - Wakala Model.
Slide 36: This is another slide continuing Structure of Takaful - Wakala-Waqf Model.
Slide 37: This slide covers the details related to the Islamic capital market, where investment activities do not contradict the principles of Shariah.
Slide 38: This slide displays Components of Islamic finance – Islamic Capital Markets.
Slide 39: This slide represents Components of Islamic finance – Islamic Money Market.
Slide 40: This slide showcases Components of Islamic finance – Islamic Money Market (Cont.).
Slide 41: This slide shows Table of Content for the presentation.
Slide 42: This slide covers the details related to the Murabaha, a type of Islamic financing transaction that is widely used in the Islamic finance industry.
Slide 43: This is another slide continuing Islamic financing structure – Murabaha.
Slide 44: This is another slide continuing Islamic financing structure – Murabaha.
Slide 45: This slide presents Different types of Murabaha.
Slide 46: This slide covers the details related to the commodity murabaha also known as Tawarruq Arrangement a part of Islamic financing transactions.
Slide 47: This slide displays Structure of Commodity Murabaha.
Slide 48: This slide represents Structure of Commodity Murabaha.
Slide 49: This slide showcases Parallel Commodity Murabaha.
Slide 51: This is another slide continuing Structure of Parallel Commodity Murabaha .
Slide 52: This slide covers the details related to the equity murabaha Islamic financing structure.
Slide 53: This slide showcases Structure of Equity Murabaha.
Slide 54: This is another slide continuing Structure of Equity Murabaha.
Slide 55: This slide covers the details related to the ijara lease.
Slide 56: This slide presents Structure of Ijara Lease.
Slide 57: This is another slide continuing Structure of Ijara Lease.
Slide 58: This slide covers the details related to the istisna a sales contract whereby a manufacturer agrees to deliver a made-to-order asset at a pre-determined future time at an agreed price.
Slide 59: This slide covers the details related to the istisna a sales contract whereby a manufacturer agrees to deliver a made-to-order asset.
Slide 60: This slide covers the details related to the istisna a sales contract.
Slide 61: This slide covers the details related to the Islamic derivatives also known as Shariah-compliant derivatives.
Slide 62: This is another slide continuing Islamic financing structure – Islamic Derivatives.
Slide 63: This slide displays Structure for Islamic Derivatives.
Slide 64: This slide represents Islamic Derivatives - Primary Term Murabaha.
Slide 65: This slide showcases Structure for Primary Term Murabaha.
Slide 66: This slide shows Islamic Derivatives - Secondary Reverse Murabaha.
Slide 67: This is another slide continuing Islamic Derivatives - Secondary Reverse Murabaha.
Slide 68: This slide presents Structure for Secondary Reverse Murabaha.
Slide 69: This slide highlights title for topics that are to be covered next in the template.
Slide 70: This slide displays Fixed income investments in Islamic finance.
Slide 71: This is another slide continuing Fixed income investments in Islamic finance.
Slide 72: This is another slide continuing Fixed income investments in Islamic finance.
Slide 73: This slide covers the details related to the sukuk, a Shariah-compliant bond-like instrument used in Islamic finance.
Slide 74: This is another slide continuing Fixed income investments in Islamic finance – Sukuk.
Slide 75: This slide shows Fixed income investments in Islamic finance – Structure of Sukuk.
Slide 76: This slide presents Fixed income investments in Islamic finance – Structure of Sukuk.
Slide 77: This slide displays Differences between Sukuk and Traditional Bonds.
Slide 78: This slide represents Types of Islamic Capital Markets – Sukuk Al Murabaha.
Slide 79: This slide showcases Types of Islamic Capital Markets – Sukuk Al Murabaha.
Slide 80: This slide shows Structure of Sukuk Al Murabaha.
Slide 81: This slide presents Types of Islamic Capital Markets – Sukuk Al Ijara.
Slide 82: This slide displays Structure of Sukuk Al Ijara.
Slide 83: This slide represents Structure of Sukuk Al Ijara.
Slide 84: This slide showcases Types of Islamic Capital Markets – Sukuk al Istisna’a.
Slide 85: This slide covers the details related to the steps followed by Sukuk al Istisna’a (Project) a form of sukuk derived from the istisna'a lease financing structure.
Slide 86: This is another slide continuing Structure of Sukuk al Istisna’a.
Slide 87: This slide shows Types of Islamic Capital Markets – Sukuk al Musharaka.
Slide 88: This slide presents Structure of Sukuk al Musharaka.
Slide 89: This is another slide continuing Structure of Sukuk al Musharaka.
Slide 90: This slide displays Types of Islamic Capital Markets – Sukuk al Istithmar.
Slide 91: This slide represents Structure of Sukuk al Istithmar.
Slide 92: This is another slide continuing Structure of Sukuk al Istithmar.
Slide 93: This slide highlights title for topics that are to be covered next in the template.
Slide 94: This slide covers the details related to equity-based investments and funds provided based on Islamic law guidelines.
Slide 95: This slide presents Profit and loss sharing – Equity based investments and funds.
Slide 96: This slide displays Differences between Mudarabah and Musharakah.
Slide 97: This slide represents Profit and loss sharing – Structure of Mudarabah.
Slide 98: This slide showcases Profit and loss sharing – Structure of Musharakah.
Slide 99: This slide highlights title for topics that are to be covered next in the template.
Slide 100: This slide covers the details related to the league tables used for ranking companies based on Islamic financial metrics.
Slide 101: This slide presents League tables in Islamic debt.
Slide 102: This slide displays League tables in Islamic debt - Sukuk & Islamic Financing.
Slide 103: This is another slide continuing League tables in Islamic debt - Sukuk & Islamic Financing.
Slide 104: This slide highlights title for topics that are to be covered next in the template.
Slide 105: This slide represents Challenges and opportunities in Islamic financing.
Slide 106: This slide showcases Standardization and harmonization of Islamic finance practices.
Slide 107: This slide shows Regulatory organizations for Islamic finance.
Slide 108: This slide presents Dispute resolution mechanisms in Islamic finance.
Slide 109: This slide displays Opportunities for growth and development in Islamic finance.
Slide 110: This slide represents Future outlook for Islamic financing.
Slide 111: This is another slide continuing Future outlook for Islamic financing.
Slide 112: This slide contains all the icons used in this presentation.
Slide 113: This slide is titled as Additional Slides for moving forward.
Slide 114: This slide provides Clustered Column chart with two products comparison.
Slide 115: This slide provides 30 60 90 Days Plan with text boxes.
Slide 116: This is an Idea Generation slide to state a new idea or highlight information, specifications etc.
Slide 117: This slide presents Roadmap with additional textboxes.
Slide 118: This slide showcases Magnifying Glass to highlight information, specifications, etc.
Slide 119: This is an additional slide.
Slide 120: This is an additional slide.
Slide 121: This is an additional slide.
Slide 122: This is a Thank You slide with address, contact numbers and email address.

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