It is the subprime crisis like the sovereign debt crisis in Europe that could have been spared us, and it is the exacerbated volatility of the financial, commodity and food markets that would have been significantly reduced if the countries of the The West had taken some inspiration from the spirit of Islamic finance. The first part of this book is a reminder of the different challenges of Islamic finance for European states in a post-financial crisis global context. A second part will attempt, following a chronological study, to draw up an inventory of Islamic finance in Europe through the study of different leading countries on the subject: the case of England, the case of Turkey, the case of Germany, the case of France without forgetting the other countries of the European Union. Finally, the third part will focus on the offer of products and services in a market whose growth potential is still very untapped.
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