Ethical Investments


The Islamic finance industry has seen rapid growth in recent years, with Shari’ah-compliant banks often outpacing their conventional peers.

By the end of 2017, the total volume of the Islamic Finance industry will reach $2.7 trillion. According to ICD Thomson Reuters, in 2015, total Islamic banking assets were only $1.45 trillion.

This sharp uptick has come despite sharply declining oil prices and the slow economic pace in the Middle East.

Al Sana Group believes this trend is set to continue as more banks launch Shari’ah-compliant products.


With an expanding and largely untapped Muslim population, there are likely to be extensive investment opportunities in the future. Our knowledge and vast experience of the market allow us to identify these opportunities.

Our investment team follows a stringent and comprehensive investment process when identifying opportunities for our Shari’ah-compliant portfolios. They carry out a detailed analysis of our investors’ circumstances, financial goals and attitudes towards risk.

Only then, we will invest in companies and funds whose main business or activities are compliant with the principles of Shari’ah law.

This process allows us to be on the forefront of the Shari’ah-compliant private equity sector.

To find out more about Islamic finance contact one of our investment professionals today.