It’s pretty clear that Islamic money plays a significant role in prime London’s property scene, with some of the biggest developments – including The Shard, Battersea Power Station, the Olympic Village and Chelsea Barracks – all sourcing large chunks of finance from the Gulf and Malaysia.
Now London Central Portfolio (LCP), which runs some of the capital’s most successful Sharia-compliant real estate funds, has shared a fascinating global breakdown of where its Sharia-conscious Islamic investors hail from, and how their financial behaviours differ.
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