Today, due to the rapid development of the Islamic finance sector and the fact that Islamic funds are approaching 3 trillion dollars, interest in this field has increased gradually, on the one hand, publications in this field have increased, on the other hand, Islamic financial institutions have become institutionalized to a large extent. While all these developments were taking place, the aspect of Islamic finance towards companies together with institutions operating in money and capital markets - that is, studies on the application of national and international companies to ordinary, collective, commandite, limited, joint-stock and holding companies - remained relatively behind. This book has been prepared to meet this need, covering almost all areas of financial management and in comparison with conventional finance. For this reason, the book has an intermediate upper structure.
In the book, the basic principles of finance related to Islamic finance within the framework of Islamic law are presented to the reader in a systematized manner in a systematic way, in comparison with conventional finance, and it is shown in detail how Islamic finance can be applied in all areas of the activities of companies in real life. Thus, it is aimed for the reader to gain knowledge in a structure that can think financially with a numerical and analytical method and solve the financial problems of the company by producing policies in accordance with Islam. Case studies of Islamic finance in the 22nd chapter, that is, case studies, added a different dimension to the book.