New and Seasoned Muslim Investors Embrace Noriba Investing’s First Halal Trading Platform at the 2012 ISNA Convention
Halal Investing Goes Online and ISNA Convention Attendees Get First Glimpse of Online Broker, Noriba Investing’s New Platform
Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 16, 2012
Online broker Noriba Investing, an official sponsor of the 2012 Islamic Society of North America´s (ISNA) annual convention reported great success from the event. In addition to debuting its online platform and Halal Portfolio builder, representatives at the convention gave an educational presentation on how Islamic finance considerations can be taken in everyday transactions including investments.
Hailed by convention goers as the highlight of the show, the Noriba Investing exhibit and educational presentation was testament to the company´s commitment to providing the highest standards of quality and service.
Noriba Investing is the pioneer in incorporating unique Halal functionality to its platforms. It offers a robust online tool where investors can construct portfolios by answering a series of questions in minutes that sets Noriba Investing apart from any other investment firm serving Muslim Investors.
“I’m proud to say that we have been enthusiastically received by convention attendees of all ages and backgrounds. As a new company, this was a great confirmation. We are honored to serve this community and committed to meeting all their investment needs with the highest standards,” said founder and CEO Ahmad Bassam.
About Noriba Investing
Noriba Investing offers online trading and advisory services on the rudiments of Halal investing practices to individuals, business owners, and religious institutions. The company hosts a unique online investing platform. They offer a flat trade fee for self-directed ($10), and conducts mutual fund orders at $15 per trade. Noriba Investing´s name reflects their mission: riba means “interest” in Arabic.
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