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  • Similarities and Divergences between Shariah Compliant and SRI Equity Universes MIA / Afkar Consulting Ltd TBLI CONFERENCE EUROPE 11-12 November 2010 Grange St Paul’s Hotel, London
  • Overview
    • Investment and Ethics
    • SRI and Ethical Funds
        • History
        • Methodology – SRI & Ethical Funds
        • Issues for SRI & Ethical Funds
    • Shariah Funds
        • History
        • Methodology – Shariah Funds
        • Changing market Dynamics
        • Issues for Shariah Scholars
    • The Way Forward
  • Investment and Ethics
    • Fundamentals & Rationale
        • Shariah, Ethical, SRI Screens / Funds
    • SRI / Ethical
        • Utilisation of Funds
    • Shariah
        • Utilisation of Funds and Leverage
        • Source of Funds (?)
    • Methodology
        • Screening
        • Engagement
  • SRI / Ethical Funds
    • History
        • Church Inspirations
        • Church Commissioners
        • Stewardship and Quaker Movements
    • Awareness
        • Increased Institutional Investments – Pension Funds
        • Ethical Awareness
        • Environment and Sustainability Issues
        • Climate Change
    • SRI / Ethical
        • Emphasis on Utilisation of Funds
  • Methodology SRI / Ethical Funds
    • Screening
        • SRI
        • Ethical
    • Engagement
    • Issues
        • Tolerance Parameters
        • Universal / Regional Values(?)
  • Issues for SRI / Ethical Funds
    • Scope and Methodology
        • Impact of Credit Crisis
    • Incorporating Financial Criteria
    • Globalisation
        • Universal Values (?)
        • Impact on Criteria
    • Convergence of SRI and Shariah Criteria(?)
  • Shariah Funds - History
    • Desire to Invest in Halaal Activities
        • Promotion of Wholesome Activities
        • Discouragement of Unlawful Activities
    • Shari’ah Interpretations
        • Screening Criteria
        • Mostly Negative Screening
    • Growth in Funds and Benchmarks
    • Tolerance Levels
    • Issues
  • Methodology Islamic Funds
    • Business Compliance
    • Financial Ratios
    • Dividend Cleansing
    • Other Issues
  • Changing Market Dynamics Islamic Funds
    • Provider Driven Market
    • Negative Screening Sufficient (?)
    • Growth in Institutional Funds
    • Demand Driven Investments
    • Positive Screening
    • Demand for Ethical and SRI Screens
    • Engagement
  • Issues for Shariah Scholars
    • Scope and Methodology
        • Text based prohibitions – Alcohol, Gambling
        • Derived prohibitions - Tobacco and Defence
    • Incorporating Sustainability Criteria
        • Shariah Rationale
    • Engagement & Contact with Corporations
    • Dynamic Screens
    • Transparency
    • On-Going Monitoring and Audit
  • The Way Forward
    • Convergence of SRI and Shariah Criteria(?)
    • Leverage / Sustainability / Ethics
    • Faith and Ethical Communities
    • Universal Criteria (?)
    • SRI / Shariah Composite Screens
  • Contact: M Iqbal Asaria Afkar Consulting Ltd 0208 861 2012 [email_address]