Frequently Asked Questions
One17 Capital Limited, popularly known as One17, is a Fund/Portfolio Management company licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to provide ethical investment, fund management, Financial Advisory services and Islamic finance trainings.
You can invest by completing an Account Opening Form where investors will specify their risk appetite and the investment period i.e monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or yearly. Investors are advised to transfer their investment to a designated One17 Capital Limited bank account. Forms, and other supporting documents should be submitted to our business address or forwarded to email@example.com.
Once we receive your investment and documents, an Investment Advice will be generated and sent to the contact information provided in the form within 24 hours.
No; this is a big misconception. Islamic Finance is about ethics, integrity, accountability, and social responsibility. It is asset-backed and therefore, encourages business and entrepreneurship purely on a profit and loss sharing basis.
A conventional Bank treats money as a commodity and lends it against interest as its compensation while Islamic banking products are usually asset backed and involves trading and renting of assets, and participation of profit & loss.
Sukuk is a trust certificate whereas a bond is a contractual debt obligation. Generally, Sukuk represents a beneficial ownership interest in the underlying asset. Returns on Sukuk are tied to the returns earned through the underlying assets. For bond, the issuer is contractually obliged to pay bond holders, on certain specified dates, interest and principal.
A collective investment scheme is an investment scheme where investors pool money together for investing in particular assets. Prior to pooling, an agreement is set out regarding the aims and strategy of the investment and how the returns of investment are to be shared.
The main difference between conventional insurance and Takaful is that the former is a risk-transfer model whereas the latter is a risk-sharing among model among participants. With conventional insurance, there is a transfer of risk from the policyholder to the insurance company in exchange for a premium while with takaful, members contribute money into a pool system to guarantee each other against loss or damage.
AAOIFI (Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions) is a Bahrain-based not for profit organization that was established to maintain and promote Shariah standards for Islamic financial institutions, participants and overall industry.