The UK is renowned for its support of Islamic finance and has done an excellent job of marketing itself not only as a premier destination for Islamic investment but for a thriving domestic industry in a non-Muslim majority jurisdiction. But is everything as idyllic as it seems? Although the government has made much of its level-playing field for Islamic financial products and services, there remain a few areas where equality, it seems, has not yet arrived. The attached article provides an in-depth look at exactly where the problems lie — and what needs to change.
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