عنوان مقاله [English]
The debt market and the stock market alongside the derivatives market form the core of the core capital market, which is responsible for the mid-term and long-term financing of the private and public sectors along with profitability for investors.
Before Islamicizing the tools used in this market and introducing sukuk not only as an imitation tool and an Islamicized version of bonds, but also an innovative sharia-compliant initiative to change the financing structure, it is necessary to create a centralized institution for the sake of changing the financing structure. Analyze the secondary exchange of sukuk and religious-based bulletins. In this paper, which is based on the library method referring to the sources of jurisprudence from Sunni and Shi'i, the hypothesis of the creation of a coherent debt market has been investigated and by examining the terms and conditions of the convocations based on them, from the perspective of secondary exchanges and As a foundation for the creation and development of a debt market, the result was that the creation and development of an integrated and structured market for sukuk exchange and debt instruments in the secondary market, except in some cases, can be corrected.