I’ve been looking for this document for a while. I don’t know if I just missed it in my previous searches or if it only came up recently but I’m glad I found it. You can download it from here:
AAOIFI is the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions.
I was specifically interested in looking at their standards for investing in Sharia’a compliant stocks. While there are a number of slightly different (but overall very similar) rule books to follow for Sharia’a compliance (Dow Jones, FTSE, MSCI, S&B and AAOIFI being the standard ones), AAOIFI is often considered the gold standard, with the most conservative methods of determining Sharia’a compliance.
I just wanted to know the specific details.
It’s a huge document (over 1200 pages). The paper that discusses stocks and bonds starts on page 560.