Which Islamic bank in the region has biggest market share?

April 5, 2018 3:54 pm


Bloomberg has published its league tables for Q1 2018, covering fixed income, M&A, Islamic finance and other areas.

For the first time ever, Bloomberg has included rankings on Islamic capital markets, looking at sukuk and Islamic financing, domestic sukuk, GCC sukuk, Malaysian Ringgit sukuk and others.

The GCC sukuk table states that financials have 46% of the market, followed by governments at 42%. It also looks at the market share of banks including Standard Chartered, Dubai Islamic Bank, HSBC, First Abu Dhabi Bank, Kuwait Finance House and Gulf International Bank.

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Bloomberg’s league tables are a one-stop shop for constant and timely access to the most comprehensive information available on capital markets representation. Bloomberg Terminal clients can access the full range of league tables at LEAG <GO>. The full Islamic capital markets league table can be found here.

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