Al Meezan Investment Management Limited: evolution of Shariah Compliant Mutual Funds
Case overview / Abstract
This case study focuses on Al Meezan Investment Management Limited (Al Meezan) journey since inception. Al Meezan is a full-fledged Sharīʿah-compliant AMC and one of the major players in the mutual funds industry of Pakistan. Al Meezan offers a comprehensive range of Sharīʿah-compliant investment solutions especially designed to meet the financial goals of their existing and potential clients. The case study covers all the key events before the inception of Al Meezan, from late 1990s till March 2020. The case is based on interview with chief executive officer (CEO) (the protagonist) of Al Meezan. The case also covers various challenges faced by Mohammad Shoaib, CEO and his senior team, to make Al Meezan a vibrant institution offering Islamic financial services.
This case serves as a useful backdrop for discussing a few important conceptual frameworks in the field of finance. The dilemmas are still evolving for Sharīʿah-compliant asset management company (AMC); i.e. Al Meezan, and may seem complex to the students – particularly in the Pakistan’s financial structure – but framing the discussion from a market perspective ought to help the students of finance.
Finance, Islamic Finance, Islamic Financial Services, Mutual Funds, Sharīʿah-compliant Investment
Financial Service Sector
Finance | Finance and Financial Management
Faculty / School
Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)
Department of Finance
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Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies
Sharif, S., Ahson, S. and Noor, H. (2020), "Al Meezan Investment Management Limited: evolution of Sharīʿah-compliant mutual funds", Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, Vol. 10 No. 4. https://doi.org/10.1108/EEMCS-12-2019-0339
Sharif, S., Ahson, S., & Noor, H. (2020). Al Meezan Investment Management Limited: evolution of Shariah Compliant Mutual Funds. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies Retrieved from https://ir.iba.edu.pk/faculty-teaching-cases/8