Wealth Investment Under Shari’ah
An Islamic wealth investment plan is a new concept being developed and it has a relationship with the definition of Islamic Financial Marketing defined by Ibnu Abu Yusuf and Ibnu Taimiyyah and Ibnu Khaldun. They defined the as the creation, development and delivery of unique customer-satisfying competitive products and services to engender profit for organisations and customers in line with Islamic values and principles. In contrast, conventionally it is defined as the process whereby an individual’s personal and financial goals are achieved through the development and implementation of a comprehensive financial plan.
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