IBANK 6.6.10 Binding Unilateral Promises
(1) An Islamic banking business firm must treat a binding unilateral promise on bank or corporate debt as a long position or a short position in the underlying debt security. A binding unilateral promise that is not on bank or corporate debt must be treated as a long position or a short position in a notional government security.
(2) If a range of instruments may be delivered to fulfil a contract, the firm may choose the deliverable security to be allocated to the maturity ladder. The firm must, however, take account of any conversion factor specified by the exchange where the instrument must be delivered.
|Derived from QFCRA RM/2015-2 (as from 1st January 2016).|