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With the objective of enabling growth and enriching lives, Amãna Bank offers a range of corporate financing products. Our range of products enables us to guide you towards the most suitable solutions to satisfy your needs and help you achieve success.
Import Financing/ Local Purchase Financing also known as Murabaha Financing is a contract where in the bank, upon request by the customer, purchases an asset from a 3rd party supplier/ vendor and sells it to the customer with an agreed mark up (cost plus profit) either against immediate payment or on a deferred payment basis. If the cost of a transaction cannot be identified and only the selling price is disclosed, locally or internationally Musawamahcan be used.
Working Capital Financing (Finished Goods) or Tijarah is a Sale & Agency based financing facility for customers who sell Finished Goods on a credit basis. The facility will enable the Customers to sell their Finished Goods stock, meet their working capital requirements and enjoy the benefits of cash sales.
Under this concept the Bank will purchase the finished goods of the Customers and will appoint the Customer as its agent to sell the same goods in the market generally on credit basis. Tijarah Financing can be done for local sales and exports.
Working Capital Financing (Work- in- Progress) or Istisnais a contract of sale of specified items to be manufactured or constructed, with an obligation on the part of the manufacturer or builder (contractor) to deliver them to the bank upon completion. Subsequently the bank would deliver the manufactured / built item to the customer.
Asset Financing is based under the principles of Diminishing Musharaka.
Under Diminishing Musharaka, The Bank and the Customer jointly purchase the Asset (i.e. property/machinery etc.) and then the Bank leases its share to the customer. The Customer buys the equity share of the Bank gradually until the title to the equity is completely transferred to him.
There will be a mandatory holding period of 12 months, during which the customer cannot purchase units of the portion of the property owned by the Bank and will only service a monthly rental, hence, the ownership of the asset between Amãna Bank and the customer will remain unchanged.
In the business context means a joint enterprise in which all the partners share the profit or loss of the joint venture based on the concept of Musharaka. Musharaka is a partnership / joint enterprise where the partners share the profit or loss of the joint venture.
Types of Term Financing
In Investment Financing which is based on the sharia concept of Wakala, the customer will be acting as agent in investing the Banks funds with an expected return. The Customer will be entitled for a Wakala/Agency fee for his/her service.
This product is based on the principles of Ijarah where bank buys the asset (vehicles, machine, equipment, etc.) desired by the customer and rents it to him with the promise to gift it at the end of the rental period.
According to the lease agreement the lessor (Amãna Bank) conveys to the lessee (Customer), the right to use an asset for an agreed period of time, in return for a payment or series of payment
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