Islamic finance emphasizes the relationship between financial transactions and real transactions and is interest-free for religious reasons and thus requires both an understanding of western way of finance and an understanding of Islamic law are necessary.
Our firm provides advice on the provisions on Islamic finance established in the 2016 amendments to the Japan Bank for International Cooperation Act and also advises on the financing that incorporates Islamic financing techniques.
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Advised on legal reforms related to the introduction of Islamic finance.
Advised a Japanese company's plan to issue a commodity Murabahah Sukuk.
Related papers, books, newsletters, etc.
Articles“Structuring and Taxation of J-Sukuk (Islamic Bond)”Yoshitada OgisoJuly 2012Practices : Banking and Other Financial Transactions Capital Markets Structured Finance, Acquisition Finance and Securitization Islamic Finance
Articles“Islamic Financing in Japan – Creation of Japanese Version of Sukuk”Yoshitada Ogiso Azmi & AssociatesSeptember 2011Practices : Structured Finance, Acquisition Finance and Securitization Islamic Finance
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- Banking and Other Financial Transactions
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- Derivative Transactions
- Financial Services Regulations
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