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  • The ijara principle is increasingly preferred over alternative types of structure, such as mudaraba and musharaka, which contain profit-sharing components and hence greater exposure to market turbulence.

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  • In contrast to mudaraba, the bank can participate in managerial decisions and thus provide expertise.

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  • Under mudaraba ... financial losses are borne completely by the lender.

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  • Further explanations of how murabaha, mudaraba and musharaka* reduce risk and repayment burdens for loan recipients, courtesy of the Al-Bab news portal (entries are abridged/paraphrased):

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  • AAOIFI ruled last year that repurchase undertakings -- a pledge found in most Islamic bonds that the borrower would pay back their face value at maturity -- violates the duty to share risk in sukuk mudaraba and musharaka.

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  • In this form of organization, all the parites to the mudaraba share in the profit and losses of the enterprises.

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  • They maintain their economic viability by describing themselves using the Islamic legal concept of "partnership for profit and loss" (mudaraba).

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  • Under mudaraba, a bank will provide capital for a project while the entrepreneur will manage the deal.

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  • The transaction utilised an ijara and mudaraba structure with respect to a usufruct right over

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  • For example, in the mudaraba partnership contract where the bank provides capital finance for a venture, the parties are required to share the profits but the bank bears any monetary loss.

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