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Venture capital, Islamic finance and SMEs

valuation, structuring and monitoring practices in India

by Mansoor Durrani

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.,
  • Islamic countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Venture capital -- India.,
    • Small business -- Finance -- India.,
    • Finance -- Islamic countries.,
    • Finance -- Religious aspects -- Islam.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementMansoor Durrani and Grahame Boocock.
      ContributionsBoocock, Grahame, 1952-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG5738 .D87 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3427391M
      ISBN 101403936382
      LC Control Number2005051548

      The combination of increasing the prospective marketability of SME shares and tax relief schemes has led to the proliferation of venture capital funds, which provide equity capital for small and growing businesses. One of the original, and still one of the best known, venture capital institutions in the UK is that forming part of the 3i Group. Introduction 3 1 Some important financing sources for SMEs 4 Different stages in raising finance 4 Venture Capital: a light of hope for the SMEs 5 Leasing and Factoring: special survival skills 7 2 Difficulties for SMEs in raising finance 8 Biggest trouble: lack of credit records 8 Capital constraints 9 Other barriers This Scheme can be accessed at any commercial and Islamic bank, SME Bank, Agrobank, Bank Rakyat, EXIM Bank and Bank Simpanan Nasional. Participating financial institutions will determine the lending or financing rate to be charged and applications are subject to the normal credit approval process of the participating financial institutions. One limitation which arises from using PSM-DiD methods to determine the impact of venture capital financing on SMEs growth is that venture capital financing by nature is endogenous. Consequently, the PSM-DiD methods may not adequately be able to address endogeneity problems that may arise from our estimation. Thus, our impact assessment may be inconsistent due to bias selection.


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' Venture Capital, Islamic Finance and SME's is a welcome addition for venture capital practitioners, entrepreneurs, Islamic bankers and academics The book is exceptionally well organized so that the authors' presentation of information and argument is easy to follow.'1/5(1).

Introduction This book explores how the venture capital sector supports growth and development of SMEs. The text draws from major international empirical studies in Indian and Islamic industries to analyse techniques used by venture capitalists to value, structure and monitor investments. This Venture capital explores how the venture capital sector supports growth and development of SMEs.

The text draws from major international empirical studies in Indian and Islamic industries to analyse techniques used by venture capitalists to value, structure and monitor investments.

Venture capital, Islamic finance and SMEs: valuation, structuring and This book grew out of the PhD studies of Mansoor Durrani, the first doctoral research ever undertaken on the subject of VC in India.

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"This book will be a boon to all readers who want to understand private equity and venture capital from the point of view of the Sharia, and in both its theoretical and practical dimensions. I can strongly recommend the book to IF students, researchers, and Islamic bank by: 1.

Islamic venture capital – issues in practice. venture capital This book proposes refocusing Islamic finance on substance rather than form. This approach would entail abandoning the. Investing in SMEs is a long-term and smart strategy, with sustainable returns that multiply across regions, countries and societies.

SMEs constitute the overwhelming majority of firms. Globally, SMEs make up over 95% of all firms, account for approximately 50% of GDP and 60%–70% of total employment, when both formal Cited by: 2.

Islamic Equity Financing For SMEs Development Mudarabah is the one of the widely quoted operating principles in Islamic finance for. Fong, David. Venture Capital Venture capital SMEs -A.

Venture capital. From an Islamic point of view, venture capital is based on equity financing falls within the framework of Islamic finance as long as it invests in permissible sectors and in companies having a zero conventional debt capital structure.

It therefore combines economic viability and Islamic. financing like government programmes, Venture capital banking sector financing, leasing,venture capital and business angels with the non- traditional sources mainly Islamic finance.

Moreover the current study explored the relationship between SMEs and the Pecking Order theory. Key Words. Cite this chapter as: Durrani M., Boocock G. () Barriers to Growth in SMEs.

In: Venture Capital, Islamic Finance and SMEs. Palgrave Macmillan, LondonAuthor: Mansoor Durrani, Grahame Boocock. Core Requirements for Establishing Islamic Venture Capital Corporation and Venture Capital Management Corporations (1) A VCC or VCMC must be registered under the Guidelines for the Registration of Venture Capital Corporations and Venture Capital Management Corporations issued by Securities Size: KB.

The Role of Venture Capital in Islamic Finance | Global Islamic Finance Report Table 2: Employment at VC Backed Companies Known for Innovative Technology Products Company Employees at time of IPO Current Employees Increase in Employment Microsoft 1, 94, 92, Intel Corporation99, Medtronic, Inc.

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Venture capital, Islamic finance and SMEs: valuation, structuring and monitoring practices in India. [Mansoor Durrani; Grahame Boocock] -- The role and contribution of smaller enterprises is acknowledged throughout the globe. The primary scope of this book is to explore the operations of the venture capital sector in supporting the.

Venture capital, Islamic finance and SMEs: valuation, structuring and monitoring practices in India. [Mansoor Durrani; Grahame Boocock] -- Explores the operations of the venture capital sector in supporting the growth and development of SMEs.

This book is underpinned by an empirical study of the venture capital industry in India. As a prime example, Shariah-compliant Private Equity/Venture Capital (PE/VC) is an ideal model for Islamic finance as it represents the participatory modes of financing imbued with risk sharing concept. COMPETITIVENESS OF SMEs IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES The Role of Finance “Improving the Competitiveness of MEs in Developing Countries: the Role of Finance,S 3.

The criteria for successful SME venture capital funds. Advantages and disadvantages of SME venture Size: KB. industrialization is slow. The purpose of this study was to find out the impact of venture capital on growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME).

The lack of finance has been cited as a major contributor to SME failure in Kenya. Venture capital which is the best source of business finance has been in Kenya for long but little used. ISLAMIC EQUITY FINANCING FOR SMEs DEVELOPMENT By: Abdullaah Jalil Mudarabah is the one of the widely quoted operating principles in Islamic finance for business joint venture.

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This reveals that the potential of venture capital was very much underutilized in the country. The study found that Islamic venture capital could be a source of Islamic equity-based financing in comparison to the sale-based and ijarah-based financings that are more widely practiced by the Malaysian Islamic.

Private Equity and Venture Capital in SMEs in Developing Countries: The Role for Technical Assistance. Shanthi Divakaran, Patrick J. McGinnis, and Masood Shariff. Key Words: Private Equity, Venture Capital, Small and Medium Enterprises, Technical Assistance.

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Islamic banks are looking to grow their loan books, while SMEs in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)are still finding it hard to obtain funding, whether conventional or Islamic.

associated with Shariah (Islamic law). We find that Libyan SMEs view Islamic finance as a possible alternative source of finance, and one that they would use if available. In particular, the results indicate a strong preference for the Musharakah mode of finance.

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A.L.I.F. Arizona Enlightenment of Islamic Faith, Phoenix, Arizona. 90 likes. Arizona Enlightenment of Islamic FaithFollowers: The Role of Venture Capital and Private Equity for Innovation and Development of SMEs: Evidence from Italian Puzzle Vincenzo Capizzi1, Renato Giovannini2 and Valerio Pesic3 Abstract Numerous studies have discussed that even if fundamental for innovation and economic growth, SMEs are often financially more constrained than large g: Islamic finance.

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This report attempts to provide a brief and indicative overview of both universes: conventional impact investing and Islamic financing. In contrast, volumes were generally up for most other sources of finance relevant for SMEs and entrepreneurs, such as leasing, factoring, online alternative finance, and venture capital investments.

At the same time, a growing share of SMEs relied on self-financing for their investment needs and cash flow requirements in   SME financing by Islamic banks. Mohiuddin Aazim and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to promote access to finance for small businesses.

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