Sharjah Islamic Bank, SIB, booked a net profit of Dh139.1 million ($37.8 million) for the first quarter of 2017, a 5.9 per cent growth compared to Dh 131.4 million in the same period last year, a report said.
The bank's total
Sharjah Islamic Bank’s (SIB) $500 million sukuk was listed on Nasdaq Dubai today.
Ahmad Saad, Deputy CEO of SIB, rang the opening bell to celebrate the listing.
The listing adds further momentum to Dubai&rsquo
Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB) and Emirates Islamic have listed their sukuks valued at $500 million and $250 million on Nasdaq Dubai.
The listings raised the total value of sukuk listed in Dubai to $44.8 billion, reinforcing the emira
Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB), a leading Sharia-compliant bank in the Middle East, has selected e-banking and mobile banking solutions from India-based Infosys, a global leader in IT and consulting.
With Finacle, SIB will be able to
Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB) priced a $500 million sukuk of five years duration on Tuesday, a document from lead managers showed.
The Islamic bond was priced at a spread of 110 basis points over midswaps and carried a profit rate of
Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB), one of the leading national banks in the UAE, has joined Nasdaq Dubai’s Murabaha platform for Islamic financing.
With this move, SIB has become the first bank to join the facility since the offici
Sharjah Islamic Bank launched the sale of a $500 million sharia-compliant bond, or sukuk, on Tuesday at a profit rate of 2.95 percent, lead arrangers said.
Final pricing is due to follow later on Tuesday.
Sharjah Islamic Bank, a leading bank in the UAE, plans to sell a dollar-denominated Islamic bond, or sukuk, and has picked four banks to arrange meetings with fixed income investors, lead arrangers said.
Sharjah Islamic, which con
Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB) plans to issue a $400 million Islamic bond, which will price on Wednesday, according to a document by the arranging banks.
Order books are above $2 billion with pricing on the five-year, dollar-denominated issue
Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB) has picked HSBC and Standard Chartered as joint lead managers for an Islamic bond, the lender said on Sunday.
The Islamic bond, or sukuk, will be launched subject to market conditions after roadshows taking place