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IJARAH CONTRACT

Ijarah refers to a rental arrangement wherein the owner i.e. the lessor leases the asset to the user i.e. lessee for an agreed tenor against periodic rental payments. If you are looking to procure an asset without any down payment and require long term financing, Trafin’s Ijarah Finance offers the perfect solution. Upon your request, Trafin purchases the equipment of your choice from the supplier and subsequently leases it to you for a mutually agreed tenor. At maturity, Trafin transfers the ownership in your name by either gifting or selling it to you for a nominal price

IJARAH CONTRACT DETAILS

Small, medium and large-scale businesses can benefit from lease assets without having to buy it. The contract is also suitable for those business owners who can’t buy expensive equipment, and whose resale value is poor, for example, information technology machinery. It is one of the most simple and transparent financial instruments because the client has the promise from the bank that the asset will be gifted at the end of the lease period.

IJARAH PROCESS

01

REQUESTING ASSET FINANCE

The lessee (customer) approaches the bank to purchase an asset and lease that asset for a particular period of time.

02

USE OF ASSET

The ownership remain with the bank, but the customer can use the asset and pay the rental to the financial institution.
03

TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP

When the entire rentals are paid and the lessee pays the purchase price of the asset, with a promise, the lessor (bank) will transfer the ownership title to the lessee.

HOW IJARAH CONTRACT CAN HELP YOU

KEY BENEFITS OF A IJARAH CONTRACT

EASY ACCESS TO ASSET

Small, medium and large scale businesses can benefit from lease assets without having to buy it.

NON EXPENSIVE SOLUTION

The contract is also suitable for those business owners who can’t buy expensive equipment, and whose resale value is poor, for example, mining machinery, agriculture machinery

SIMPLE AND TRANSPARENT

It is one of the most simple and transparent financial instruments because the client has the promise from the bank that the asset will be gifted at the end of the lease period.

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