The United States has been, and is now, one of the largest markets in the world for Islamic finance and investment transactions, which are transactions conducted in accordance with those principles of the Shariáh that are applicable to commerce and finance.1 A wide range of U.S. and international practitioners have participated in Islamic finance and investment transactions, and it is likely that even more will participate as the global financial markets rebound and investment activity in the United States increases again. This article anticipates those increases in transactional volume in the U.S. and presents summaries of some of the main financing structures that U.S. and international practitioners will encounter in the Islamic finance and investment transactions.
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