28/05/2014 15:05 AST

Bahrain-based investment management company, Investrade has signed the Shariyah Review Bureau (SRB) to create a Shari’ah Supervisory Board delivery model.

"Investrade selected SRB because of its expertise, regulatory acceptability, strong local establishment in Bahrain, international footprint in investment funds, multiple industry track record and for its ability to deliver large transformational Islamic projects that deliver important business outcomes" said Abbas Ahmadi, Investrade’s Chief Executive Officer. "Working with them we will strengthen our business with a focus on gaining competitive advantage in the Islamic wealth and asset management sector.”


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