Goldman Sachs drew amazement from conventional and Islamic markets alike on Wednesday as it registered a $2bn sukuk programme with the Irish Stock Exchange. The murabaha trust certificates, approved by the Central Bank of Ireland, will be issued from the bank’s Cayman Island’s domiciled special purpose vehicle Global Sukuk Company. Murabaha issuers must disclose their profit to buyers.
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