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Shari’ah compliance risk refers to the loss of asset value as a result of the issuers’ breach of its fiduciary responsibilities with respect to compliance with Shari’ah. There could be several such instances of wilful or innocent breaches. The dissolution clauses of the Sukuk prospectus define events that will make the Sukuk deed null and void due to Shari’ah non-compliance. For example, if the Sukuk is based on a hybrid of Ijara and Istisna’ assets, Ijara must always be more than Istisna’ in the pool, otherwise the Sukuk deed will dissolve. Thus broadly speaking, Shari’ah compliance risk must be defined as a rate of return foregone in comparison to the
market rates, as a result of complying with the Shari’ah. The issue hence is that of competitiveness and survival in capital markets as a Shari’ah complaint asset class.
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