According to WSJ Blog the young employees in financial sector of London are not happy about their bonuses. The survey that was conducted by Morgan and McKinley reported that this year eighty three percent of young employees are not happy with their bonuses, therefore up to 25% are saying that they want to quit the financial industry. It was reported that up to 50 percent of workers in city got their bonuses decreased or remained the same since one year ago, whereas more than ten percent have not even received bonus. Due to these factors most of the young employees are planning to leave financial sector.
Canada’s openness and stable economy have attracted vast growing population of Muslim which could be good place to develop Islamic Financial Market. 3.2 percent of the Canadian population was Muslims according to data in 2011, which has growth of up to 2 percent since 2001.
A report published by Toronto Financial Services Alliance (TFSA), according to article published by middleeasteye.net Thomson Reuters anticipated that Canada can be popular place to almost 18 billion dollars in sharia-compliant mortgages and Islamic sukuk (bonds) could potentially make up to 130 billion dollars in investments for national infrastructure.