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Monday, August 25, 2008

Book Series on Islamic Capital Markets

The initial deadline for this opportunity has passed, but check with the project manager to see if you can still make a submission. Since this will be a whole series of books, I am sure there will be a continued need for writers.

The Securities Commission of Malaysia is embarking on an initiative to publish a six-part book series on the Islamic Capital Markets. It will cover key subjects like Sukuk, Equities (2 Parts), Structured Products, Risk Management & Derivatives Products, and Regulatory Framework. The book series, which is to be launched in 2009, is designed to serve as comprehensive and practical sources of reference to the industry, the legal, regulatory and academic fraternity.

Invitation is now open to recruit writers for the first title in the series i.e. Islamic Capital Markets Part 1: Sukuk. Prospective writers are requested to indicate their interest by submitting their bio-data, chapter outline and synopsis to the Securities Commission by 30 June 2008.

Read more here.

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