Saving for the future is important, but so is staying true to your values
However there are a huge amount of halal options available on the market in asset classes such as equities, gold, art, start up investing and even property. IFG is here to help muslims and socially conscious investors to access them.
- Halal Investments
- Haram Investments
Start your halal investments using IFG Wealth
- Compare across 70+ halal investments
- Track your net worth and portfolio
- Generate personalised insights to guide you on your personal finances
- Write your Islamic will online
- Calculate your zakat with the world's most detailed zakat calculator
Why invest in halal products?It's socially responsible and results in more even wealth distribution supporting the muslim community. You don't have to compromise on returns and It's hassle free
Guide & FAQs
ETFs are Exchange-traded funds (ETFs), one of the most popular ways to invest in the stock market. They have long been hailed as one of the best options for the average investor.
Their permissibility depends on what the fund consists of. You can read a complete guide to ETF here.
Angel investing refers to individuals investing in a startup or business. Typically, Angel investors join an Angel syndicate/investor network like IFG.VC You can read it in full here.
In order for an investment to be halal, it must be compliant with the regulations and principles set out by Islam in the Quran and sunnah (known as ‘shariah law’).
There is nothing inherently haram (impermissible) about earning money through profit distributions from business activity or from the increase in value of assets.Read about the halal investment criteria here.