Islamic Finance

Knowledge solutions powering decision making

Thomson Reuters has been at the heart of Islamic finance for over 30 years, offering innovative investment and trading solutions for financial professionals across multiple asset classes. It provides holistic technology capabilities by embedding customised solutions into the information requirement workflows of professionals serving various business functions, while facilitating real-time connectivity to the global Islamic finance industry community.

Islamic Finance Products:

Thomson Reuters Eikon

Eikon is the financial analysis desktop and mobile solution that connects you to relevant, trusted content, Reuters news, venues, markets, liquidity pools, and colleagues.

Ideal Ratings Sharia Fund Management & Purification Services

Screens and manages the compliance cycle for sharia-compliant products, such as funds and indices. Provides up-to-date information and analysis on publicly listed securities with regard to their sharia-compliance and performance.

Thomson Reuters Eikon Messenger

Connect and collaborate with over 250,000 financial professionals around the globe, share live data, charts and analytics and benefit from our editorial-led forums

Data and Information Technology Platforms

Thomson Reuters technology solutions connect you with the latest Islamic banking news and asset classes, and over 250,000 market players around the globe.

Islamic Finance Gateway Analytics

Analysis of opaque markets, giving investors a neutral and trusted brand. We produce two unique types of report, one focuses on countries offering Islamic finance and one focuses on institutions offering Islamic financial services.

Islamic Indices

Thomson Reuters/IdealRatings Indices cover the most popular Islamic investment destinations, such as BRIC, MENA, Malaysia, UAE and Global Healthcare.

Islamic Interbank Benchmark Rate (IIBR)

The IIBR utilizes contributions from up to 18 major Islamic banks & Islamic banking windows & provides a robust indicator of the average expected cost of short term interbank funding for the Islamic finance industry.