NEST to offer Sharia global equity fund

Jenna Towler

NEST has confirmed it will offer investors access to a global equity Sharia-compliant fund, it confirmed today.

The mandate to run the brief - posted on the official European Union tender website today - said the successful bidder will have their products approved by a board of Sharia scholars. The fund will...

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