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The provision of directors and officers to Sharia-compliant securitisation structures as well as full bookkeeping, reporting, valuation and accounting functions.
Hawksford is familiar with the needs of clients and businesses seeking Islamic finance solutions globally. We manage 150 client relationships, administering a wide range of asset classes and Islamic finance structures and transactions. We have experience in the creation and administration of a wide range of Sharia-compliant structures and structures where full Sharia compliant financing and accounting is required.
Hawksford won Islamic Finance Advisory Firm of the Year at the Corporate LiveWire Global Awards 2016.
We ensure that any work we enter into on behalf of our clients is of the highest ethical standard in compliance with Islamic law (Sharia) principles.
These principles prohibit certain financial activities, such as the acceptance of specific interest or fees for loans of money or the investment into businesses that provide goods or services considered contrary to Islamic principles or values.
An increasing number of non-Muslim individuals and business are requesting these services due to the ethical standards involved.
We currently work with clients which have structuring needs in the of regions of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Oman, Kuwait and other non-Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.
Clients, advisers and intermediaries (including banking, legal and tax advisory professionals) who are seeking:
A recent example includes our work with a prominent GCC bank, assisting them and their client with the rollout of their Islamic finance offering by way of diminishing Musharaka.
"Daniel Hainsworth's understanding of client needs in the GCC is second to none and he is always willing to go the extra mile for his clients. Daniel is a Trustee in the true sense of the word" - Client of Hawksford, 2015
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