Islamic finance investment avoids most forms of debt and derivatives and steers clear of unethical activities such as production of arms, tobacco and alcohol. Meziane Lasfer, professor of finance at Cass Business School tells Emma Boyde how these principles are helping to boost interest in investments such as sharia-compliant sukuk bonds in the non-Islamic world.
Produced by Emma Boyde, filmed by James MacDonald
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