Prepayment of Shariah: Compliant Direct Investment Deposits in Kuwait

May 2015
Law Update;5/20/2015, p1
The article discusses issues regarding opening of direct investment deposits by customers with Shariah compliant banks. Topics discussed include appointment of banks by customers to make investment on their behalves; prepayment request form submitted by customers to banks; and seeking of legal advice prior to investment by customers.


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