A specialist sharia ethical income fund
Making a positive impact through investments.
Ethical Income Fund has been specifically designed to meet the income needs for Investors that require their investments to meet Sharia Ethical Investment Standard.
The Fund is structured to invest in:
• Direct Debt Investment: Direct lending or debt co-investment to investments and other projects.
• Income Structures: Provide credit facility to structured income assets/ products.
• Mortgages: Residential and Commercial property lending opportunities.
The fund’s philosophy is based on creating a positive impact which integrates moral values and socio-economic justice. Its goals are not merely financial, but a balance between the material and spiritual need.
The team behind the Ethical Income Fund
Eternal Asset Management is an ultra-ethical Australian based fund manager specializing in establishing and growing world-class Sharia compliant fund solutions.
The team at Eternal Asset Management offer boutique ethical advisory and investment services, along with providing expertise in Islamic jurisprudence, and in particular Islamic finance and investments.
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Our world-class sharia compliance
Eternal Asset Management has developed its own proprietary Ultra-Ethical Code of Governance (UECG) which is a Sharia rule-based framework designed to be applied to the suite of Investment funds operating in partnership with Eternal Asset Management.
Eternal Asset Management seeks to identify and assess the most appropriate opportunities through disciplined investment reviews and ethical screens. In the due diligence process, all opportunities undergo preliminary analysis including a strict Sharia-compliant testing for eligibility by the Fund Manager. Should the investment pass the ethical screens and move beyond preliminary analysis, detailed entity / project / sector research is undertaken. This detailed analysis allows evaluation of key asset risks as well as the proper analysis of the asset’s financing structure and credit risk.