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The real cost of smoking in Australia
Smoking costs Australian an estimated $388 Billion. Crescent Wealth Super will never invest your super in the production, promotion or distribution of tobacco.
Why is Islamic finance set for growth?
The UN has tipped Islamic finance as ‘one of the fastest growing areas of finance globally’. Read why Islamic investment is revolutionising the industry.
Crescent Wealth: The Real Story
What started as an idea has now allowed thousands of Australian Muslims and socially responsible investors to choose a superannuation fund that invests according to their values.
Former Liberal Party leader joins Islamic super fund
BY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | FRIDAY, 14 DEC 2018 12:49PM A former Liberal Party leader has joined the board of a $250 million Islamic superannuation fund. John Hewson will join the board of Crescent Wealth as it prepares for significant growth in 2019. Hewson led the Liberal Party from 1990 to 1994. Hewson is also an economist, having worked for…
Tobacco Free Finance Pledge list grows
Friday, 5 October 2018 | By Anastasia Santoreneos | www.moneymanagement.com.au The list of superannuation funds divesting from tobacco continues to grow, with Crescent Wealth pledging against tobacco investments at the UN General Assembly last week, in line with their Islamic-compliant investment approach. The Islamic superannuation fund also urged global investment firms to adopt a higher tobacco-…
AFR: Crescent Wealth swings out of Southbank exposure
Crescent Wealth has made a tidy exit from Melbourne’s Southbank, selling an office building for $37 million from an original purchase price of $30.75 million just two years ago.
SMH: Crescent Wealth Sell Southbank Property for $37M
Crescent Wealth sold an eight-level, 7608-square-metre Southbank office for $37 million – a rise on the $30.75 million it paid in July, 2015.
Talal Yassine OAM Joins RFI Foundation’s Board of Trustees
The RFI Foundation has added Talal Yassine OAM to its Board of Trustees. Mr Yassine brings his hands-on experience in Islamic pension management in a market where responsible finance is becoming the norm.
Crescent Foundation joins Western Sydney University to fund refugee scholarship program
Crescent Wealth Foundation joins Western Sydney University to fund refugee scholarship program The Crescent Wealth Foundation and Western Sydney University have joined together to launch a new scholarship program to support high-achieving students from refugee backgrounds.
Malaysia’s First Australian Shariah Compliant Property Fund Launched
KUALA LUMPUR, 1 August 2016 – Crescent Wealth and KAF Investment Funds Berhad partner to announce the launch of the KAF Australia Islamic Property Fund (“KAIPF”) which aims to generate a 9% – 10% annual return, by targeting 7% in income yield and 2% – 3% in capital appreciation.
Malaysian Reserve: Australia’s Leading Islamic Super Fund Eyes Expansion
Crescent Wealth has invested over RM100 million through Malaysia and is looking to deepen its presence in the region by partnering with Malaysian financial institutions to produce and market Shariah compliant investment products.
AMT: Australia’s Crescent Wealth Surpasses $100 Million Benchmark
Crescent Wealth, Australia’s leading Islamic superannuation and investment firm, today announced it has exceeded $100 million in funds under management. The achievement of this key milestone follows 245% growth in funds under management (FUM) in FY15 and demonstrates robust market demand for ethical Islamic investment products.
Reuters: Australia’s NAB seals maiden Islamic financing deal
National Australia Bank Ltd has closed its first onshore Islamic financing deal, a A$19.9 million ($14.2 million) arrangement to fund a real estate purchase by Sydney-based asset manager Crescent Wealth.
CPI Financial: Australia’s Crescent Wealth Surpasses $100 Million Benchmark
Crescent Wealth today announced it has exceeded $100 million in funds under management. The achievement of this key milestone follows 245 per cent growth in funds under management in FY15 and demonstrates robust market demand for ethical Islamic investment products.