Alemania resiste los avances de la banca islámica

Frente a lo que contábamos aquí (Arrecia la promoción de la banca islámica), en Alemania, la penetración de la banca islámica está encontrando dificultades (Islamic banking world waits for Germany to adapt laws):

“But the German legal and financial system is not yet geared towards the development of Islamic finance. Politicians are very wary,” El-Mogaddedi said.

Lo dice Zaid el-Mogaddedi, presidente del Instituto de Banca Islámica en Frankfurt. Entre otras cosas, porque los musulmanes residentes en Alemania, mayormente turcos, meten el dinero en los bancos de toda la vida:

“Unlike in Britain, not many rich families from the Gulf have settled in Germany and the Turkish community puts its money in savings banks like everyone else,” said Volker Nienhaus, president of Philipps University in Marburg and a researcher of Islamic finance.

Para acabar:

German officials are wary of Islamic finance because certain funds are said to be shaky and sometimes lacking in transparency.

An internal Deutsche Bank survey in 2007 showed that “the Islamic money market is based mainly on commodity trading by brokers who are not very reliable in certain cases.”
The survey also warned there concerns about a potential liquidity crisis surrounding Islamic banking.

Falta de trasparencia, iliquidez, brokers poco fiables… Y a eso le pretenden llamar banca ética. Un poco de por favor.

Esperemos que Alemania se resista.

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