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|| Islamic private equity firms encouraged to revisit their business model

ernst_young.jpgIslamic private equity firms face a reality check post the financial crises, said Ashar Nazim, Director and Head of Islamic Financial Services at Ernst and Young.

He was speaking at the Islamic Financial Services Board summit, titled "Business Models in Islamic Finance - Challenges and Opportunities" in Bahrain.

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