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1 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions i WINDOW Path Solutions
2 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions Summary Target Market Key Features Key Advantages
3 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions Summary iWINDOW is a solution for Islamic window operations in conventional financial institutions. iWINDOW empowers conventional financial institutions in going into new business opportunities and allow them to reach new potential customers, maximize their investments and efficiency while being in full compliance with Sharia regulations. The system functionalities cover customer service management (retail and corporate banking), financing operations, trade finance operations, financial accounting and reporting. The functionality may be extended, based on the institution’s request, to include investment operations and fund management, treasury management, fixed assets and SWIFT.
4 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions Target Market The module is aimed to be used by conventional banks with Islamic window operations (existing Islamic windows, or to be established).
5 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions Key Features Customer service management options (retail & corporate banking) Islamic financing operations, including products such as: Ijarah, Diminishing Musharaka and Commercial Murabaha Retail products such as: Murabaha car Murabaha goods Murabaha real estate Corporate products such as: Murabaha real estate Murabaha for buildings Murabaha letters of credit Murabaha bills for collection Trade finance operations Financial accounting, and reporting.
6 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions Key Features (continued) Facility Management features, catering for: Corporate financing including, but not limited to: Automatic credit scoring Ratio analysis Electronic application processing Collateral management Main limits and sub-limits Consumer financing Automatic credit scoring Collateral management.
7 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions Key Features (continued) The functionality may be extended, based on the institution’s request, to investment operations and fund management, treasury management, fixed assets and SWIFT. Some of Treasury management features include: Forex deals Exchange of deposits Commodity and Reverse Murabaha with Wakala financing and borrowing.
8 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions Key Advantages The module : Performs accounting requirements, securities tracking, and regulatory compliance Offers direct integration with interfaces to generate updated market data Manages the use of constrained resources by increasing, decreasing, or withdrawing investment funding, where it is appropriate Tracks and manages all financial institutions’ accounts, relationship structures, and contracts.
9 Powering Financial Markets © Copyright 2011 Path Solutions All Rights Reserved i WINDOW Path Solutions Key Advantages (cont’d) Islamic module (fully Sharia-compliant) Fully integrated with all iMAL modules Easily integrated with other core banking applications used at the main conventional entity Based on long experience in the Islamic banking industry With testimonials endorsement Offers out-of-the-box products for all known Islamic banking services Fully-parameterized system Made specifically for Islamic banking operations and provides the market best practice.
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