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TASIS - TAQWA ADVISORY AND SHARIAH INVESTMENT SOLUTIONS

TASIS is India’s premier Shariah advisory institution in the field of Finance. It derives strength from its deep-rooted belief in Shariah values and the commitment of its people to Shariah in letter and spirit. It is proud to have some of the internationally renowned Shariah scholars on its Shariah Advisory Board. Its Shariah scholars are known for their pragmatic but firm approach towards Shariah and its application in day-to-day life. 

TASIS strives for quality in its work seeking to deliver value and excellence to its clients. This approach has helped TASIS earn many prestigious clients in India without diluting its credibility and reputation for adhering to Shariah principles. As a result it is now well-recognized both within the country and abroad as a reliable provider of Shariah advisory services.

The aim of TASIS is to help Indian corporates and entrepreneurs to realize their commercial potential while following Shariah principles in the truest sense. It also advocates and works towards increased business interactions and seeks to promote contacts and joint ventures between India and global Islamic finance markets.

OUR VISION:

To become the leading provider in India of Shariah advice and Shariah investment solutions in terms of:·        

compliance with Shariah,·        

innovativeness in product structuring,·        

responsiveness to client needs, and·        

range of clientele

OUR MISSION:

To establish in India an institutional framework which will provide the lay public, professional investors, industrial units, commercial establishments, service industries and government and quasi government authorities authentic Shariah guidance and assistance in operationalising the same. By setting practicable Shariah compliant standards and elaborating Shariah compliant financial structures in different business spheres enable prevailing commercial transactions and schemes to be independently and objectively evaluated, monitored and rated and thereby provide a regime to differentiate between schemes of varying Shariah compliance.

To educate society of the beneficial effects of adopting Shariah Finance principles and practices and work towards the general acceptance of such principles and practices by Muslims specifically and the public at large generally. 

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BRANCHES

REGISTERED OFFICE            

Registered Address: :   No. 5, Natalwala Building, 110, S.V.S Road,Mahim, Mumbai - 400 016      

Phone no : +91-22-24454610 Email : info@tasis.in    

CORPORATE  OFFICE            

Registered Address: :   First Floor, Khatau Building, 44 Bank Street, Fort, Mumbai 400 001, India      

Phone no : +91-22-22690147 Email : info@tasis.in  

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