Muqarada

Muqarada

In Islamic finance, a way to structure a bond for which bondholders are entitled to cash flow from the project that the bond intends to finance. Unlike conventional bonds, however, muqarada "coupons" are not guaranteed and the bondholder takes a risk that the project will not generate cash flow. Holders are only entitled to cash flow as it becomes available. See also: Sukuk.
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Total assets including restricted investment accounts, muqarada bonds and investment by proxy accounts increased to $5.
The growth of the bank's assets including (restricted investment accounts, Muqarada bonds and investment by proxy accounts) reached about 6.
The bank's assets, including restricted investment accounts and muqarada bonds, reached about $5.
The JIB s assets with managed accounts added to (restricted investment accounts and Muqarada bonds) stood at almost $5.
The bank's assets including restricted investment accounts, Muqarada bonds and investment by proxy accounts grew about 3.
The Bank's assets (including Restricted Investment Accounts and Muqarada Bonds) reached about $5.
The Vice-chairman and General Manager at JIB - Musa Abdelaziz Shihadeh stated, "The bank s assets with managed accounts added to restricted investment accounts and Muqarada bonds reached about $5.
The bank's assets with managed accounts added to restricted investment accounts and Muqarada bonds reached about $5.
Clients' deposits including (restricted investment accounts, Muqarada bonds and investment by proxy accounts) reached about $4.
The bank's assets with managed accounts added to (restricted investment accounts and Muqarada bonds) reached about $5.
The Banka s assets including (restricted investment accounts and Muqarada bonds) reached US$ 4.
Shihadeh indicated that facilities granted for customers and those from restricted investments accounts and Muqarada bonds added to $3.