Gulf Finance House's Asset Management team deploy a systematic, process driven, methodology that closely analyses a host of criteria relating to UK Sharia'a equities.
The success that GFH has achieved in becoming the advisor to the Insynergy UK Sharia'a Growth Fund is an indication of demand in the marketplace for the more conservative fundamentals that underpin Sharia'a asset classes.
Commenting on the success of the Fund, GFH Group Director of Investments, Thomas Waring said:
"As one of the leading Islamic investment banks in the Middle East, GFH is a natural advisor to foreign markets where Sharia'a financial instruments are experiencing significantly increased demand. We are delighted to be providing an exclusive advisory role to an exciting and innovative asset management business. The performance of the Insynergy UK Sharia'a Growth Fund underlines the exceptional ability present in our asset management division and the key role it will play in GFH's continued diversification."
GFH's principal advisor to the Fund, Ian Lancaster, added: "Naturally we're very pleased with the success of the Fund and it reinforces the appetite in the marketplace for companies built on strong foundations. Given the global financial climate we're operating in, equity investors have a new appreciation of the measured principles that underpin Sharia'a securities - so much so that Sharia'a compliant equities are significantly outperforming conventional equities."