Welcome To Islamic Finance Review!

Islamic Finance Review (ISFIRE) is a quarterly, magazine, which is unique for its articulation of original ideas, clarification of complex issues, and promotion of leading figures in the Islamic finance industry.

Succinct and artistic, without compromising on quality, ISFIRE provides its readers with necessary information to understand and appreciate the Islamic finance industry better.

We understand the importance of disseminating information to the various segments of the market and we look towards building this element of our business.

Latest From ISFIRE

  • Editorial September 2015

Editorial September 2015

  • September 10th, 2015

When I read UNDP’s first Human Development Report in 1990, I promised to myself […]

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“ISFIRE is a leading publication on Islamic banking and finance and offers some refreshing industry insights and perspectives. It is well known for its thought leadership, coverage of global trends, innovation and noteworthy market  developments. ISFIRE certainly has its hand on the pulse of this fast growing industry and its high quality editorials and articles have enhanced its international readership.”
Sohail Jaffer, Deputy CEO FWU Takaful Solutions
“ISFIRE is one of the few high quality publications in Islamic banking and finance. Its unique feature of highlighting and celeberating achievements of institutions and individuals coupled with analytical articles make it stand out among its peers.”
Mohammad Shaheed Khan, Senior Islamic Banking Professional, Bahrain.
“ISFIRE is an innovative publication leading the way in offering a wide range of thought provoking, informative and inspiring pieces covering both industry, key players and economy.  The strength and success of ISFIRE lies in its strong editorial team led by Professor Humayon Dar.  Their in-depth knowledge and practical experience coupled with their dedication and passion for Islamic Finance ensures interesting and new perspectives with every issue.  They are not afraid to publish different views which challenge the status quo of contemporary Islamic Finance and stimulates debate within the industry” 
Patrick Mahdi O’Neill, Independent Financial Adviser