Australian Shariah compliant Islamic mutual fund gains global appeal

Australian Shariah compliant Islamic mutual fund gains global appeal

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Australia’s LM Australian Alif Fund continues to service untapped global demand for a Shariah compliant, currency protected investment product managed by an experienced, credible Australian funds manager.

The fund is managed by LM Investment Management Ltd (LM), a specialist Australian income funds manager operating internationally from its six offices on the Gold Coast, in Sydney, Hong Kong, Auckland, London, and Dubai, currently with sources of new business inflows from beyond 32 countries.

The LM Australian Alif Fund leverages off LM’s eleven year track record and takes advantage of Shariah compliant investment opportunities throughout Australia’s diverse property and business markets, with assets selected on the basis of performance and integrity.

The fund is endorsed as Shariah compliant, with signed fatwa from the Shariah Supervisory Board, comprising four eminent globally renowned scholars.

According to LM Chief Executive Peter Drake, the LM Australian Alif Fund benefits from "Australian only" assets, and the soundness of the underlying fundamentals of the Australian property market.

"Unlike the rest of the world, Australia has not, and is not, experiencing large declines in values across its property markets.  There has been minimal movement up or down, thus presenting attractive, alternative investment opportunities for global investors."

According to Drake, the fund’s global appeal is further supported by the fund’s "uniqueness" and "untapped" global demand.

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3 responses to “Australian Shariah compliant Islamic mutual fund gains global appeal

  1. My family is living in Melbourne (Australia). We like to have residential house. We need Islamic Investment. Please guide us how and from where, we follow Islamic way.

    Regards
    M. I. Assad

  2. Hi,

    I want to tell you that Australia is heading for the next credit crisis in 2010 with $50 billion of commercial lending coming up for maturity. The European markets have $350 billion in commercial lending coming up for maturity and the US as another round of mortgage resets of over $225 billion this credit crisis is far from over. Check out http://www.jpminvestmentgroup.com.au for more information.

    JPM Investment Group

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