CISE looks to welcome more Islamic finance listings

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The Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) is taking steps to welcome more Islamic finance listings. In a statement released today, CISE said that it is looking to capitalise on a renewed interest in Islamic finance listings. The exchange is already home to a number of debt securities and investment vehicles which are Islamic finance structures including innovative vehicles that  combine Insurance Linked Securities (ILS) with Sukuk, which are Islamic bonds. Ben Snook, manager at the Channel Islands Securities Exchange Authority (CISEA), which operates and regulates the exchange, h...

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