Companies that offer security services and products (such as security guard services, alarm monitoring services, patrol services, transit of money and valuable items, investigation services, background checks, drug screening, inspection, security consulting, and other services).
Companies that provide financial services and products that facilitate the creation, liquidation, or change in ownership of money and other financial assets. Includes credit-related services, investment-related services, oversight services, investment banking, all other banking, insurance, central banks and monetary authorities, and stock exchanges.
Companies that primarily invest in companies that operate in various sectors. The investment companies include conventional and Islamic private equity, holding, and venture capital firms.
Companies that develop, operate, manage, lease, sell, broker, appraise, or invest in residential and commercial real estate property holdings (including free trade zones, industrial parks, special zones, shopping malls, mixed use developments, and others).
Holding companies that engage in a variety of manufacturing, trading, and/or service industries either directly or indirectly by acquiring other enterprises such that they form a group of companies run as a single organization and under common ownership.
Companies that operate stores for retailing electronics and appliances (including consumer electronics, home appliances, cameras and photography supplies, and other electronics and appliances). These companies may also offer repair and maintenance of the retailed electronic equipment and appliances.
Companies that provide boat and ship inspection, repair, part replacement, and other services, may also offer routine checks and services to ensure that boats and ships are working efficiently and to prevent unnecessary repairs, services includes body, paint, and interior repair, mechanical and electrical repair, and other repair and maintenance.
Companies that design, develop, and provide civil contracting services for residential and commercial buildings and other general structures.
Institutions that offer instruction and vocational training in a variety of academic and non-academic subjects (including language, fine arts, sports and recreation, and other subjects). Instruction can range from skills for personal enrichment to training for career or educational opportunities.
Firms that invest, on behalf of clients, in privately-owned companies. Private equity investments include conventional and Islamic leveraged buyouts, venture capital, growth capital, distressed investments and mezzanine capital.
Companies that design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute boats and ships; companies that operate shipyards and boatyards; companies that manufacture and sell boat and ship parts and accessories; and companies that provide boat/ship repair, maintenance, and other services.
Companies that own and operate stores, that retail specialized merchandise, such that they retail a specific line of goods, from a single location or from individual point-of-sale locations; such stores provide display equipment and staff who are knowledgeable on the retailed line of products.
Companies that design, develop, and provide civil contracting services (constructing the main concrete and/or steel structure) for residential and commercial buildings, industrial structures, and other engineering projects.
Companies that specialize in providing computer and information technology services to businesses including network design, configuration of gateways, servers, and devices, computer and email set up, information back up, program training, hardware and software installation, memory upgrade, and other services.
Companies that design and manufacture buses, shuttles, emergency vehicles, truck trailers, heavy duty trucks, motor homes, and other large vehicles; companies that assemble such equipment from semi-manufactured components; and companies that represent their manufacturers and trade in their products.
Companies that design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute automobiles (including passenger cars, small engine vehicles, buses, trucks, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, armored vehicles, military vehicles, and vehicle parts) in addition to companies that provide repair, maintenance, and other support services.
Companies that own, fitness and dance facilities, professional sports teams and organizations, and other sports facilities.
Companies that represent car manufacturers in designated territories and trade in their brands by operating showrooms. Includes new and used car dealers and distributors.
Companies that provide services related to computers that include software development and reselling, website services, website and database hosting, storage services, network setup and maintenance, consultation, IT auditing, and other related services.
Companies that operate stores for retailing consumer electronics including Televisions (TV), Video Cassette Recorders (VCR), Digital Video Discs players (DVD), stereos and speakers, personal digital assistants (PDA), video games and consoles, and other consumer electronics.
Companies that provide various business services to their clients (including advertising, auctions, business consulting, commercial cleaning, legal, public relations, repair and maintenance, security, translation and interpretation, staffing, survey and statistics, technical and scientific research, fairs and exhibitions, parking facility management).
Companies that own, operate, and manage entertainment, lodging, travel agencies, tour operators, spas, sports and recreation, as well as other leisure facilities.
Companies that retail products through non-store settings (including catalog, mail order, or television sales, direct selling, online retailers, and other retailers that do not operate from stores).
Holding companies that engage in a variety of industries either directly or indirectly by acquiring other enterprises such that they form a group of companies run as a single organization and under common ownership. Conglomerates include organizations with diversified manufacturing, diversified services, diversified trading, and multi-line business activities.
Companies that provide transportation services of passengers and cargo through air, water, ground, and rail; companies that provide postal and messenger services; and companies that provide support services to the industry.
Companies that develop and own commercial and residential real estate properties for sale or rent. The developers generally acquire land for their projects.
Companies that provide transportation services (including air, ground, and maritime transportation in addition to logistics services) and design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute transportation products (including aircrafts, automobiles, boats, and rail products).
Companies that provide insurance against the loss of real property, tangible assets, and income, which includes auto and other vehicle, commercial, home owners, liability, travelers, and other types of insurance (also known as General Insurance). Companies include conventional and Islamic insurance providers.
Companies that invest and manage pooled funds on behalf of of businesses and individuals, against fee charges, in addition to companies that provides them with related products and services. The industry includes portfolio management and mutual fund management companies.
Companies that design and manufacture cars, light commercial vehicles, and car chassis; assemble cars from semi-manufactured components; and represent car manufacturers and trade in their products.
Companies that retail all types of merchandise using the Internet (including online auctions, and email orders). These companies act as brokers who facilitate consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer selling by providing the electronic location for retail but do not take title to the goods being sold.
Companies that operate stores for retailing consumer tools, building materials, garden supplies, and other items used in home improvement, maintenance, and light construction.
Companies that operate stores for renting automobiles (including passenger cars, motorcycles, small engine vehicles, buses, trucks, and recreational vehicles).
Companies that provide travel services including travel agencies (that act as agents in selling travel, tour, and accommodation services), tour operators (that engage in arranging and assembling tours that they sell themselves or through travel agencies, cruise lines, internet travel and vacation reservations), and other travel services.
Companies that manufacture and/or distribute basic materials and industrial products (including fabricated metals, glass products, packing and containers, paper and paper products, plastic and rubber products, textile, wires and cables).
Companies that manufacture and/or distribute building and construction products and materials, including aggregate, concrete, cement, and related building products, lumber, wood, timber, and related products, plumbing and HVAC equipment, and other construction products and materials
Companies that produce or distribute concrete, ready mix concrete, stone, limestone, sand, gravel, brick, asphalt, clay, aggregates and other related products.
Companies that specialize in performing business, consumer, environmental, and other activities for companies, households, or individuals in exchange for fees; and associations that promote the interests of their members including business and non-business associations or groups.
Companies that manufacture, market, and distribute basic materials, industrial products, chemicals, as well as machinery and equipment.
Companies that provide construction services including architectural and engineering services contractors, civil engineering contractors, integrated contractors, manufactured buildings suppliers, reclamation and dredging contractors, specialty contracting traders, and providers of other construction services.
Companies that operate stores for retailing one or several lines of jewelry and watches including gold, silver, diamond, platinum and gemstone jewelry.
Institutions that offer instruction and vocational training in a variety of academic and non-academic subjects other than fine arts, sports, and language. Instruction can range from skills for personal enrichment to training for career or educational opportunities. Those include religious instruction, first aid instruction, life guard training, self defense instruction, bridge instruction, driver training schools, and other instruction or training.
Companies that provide construction services including general and specialty construction contracting, development, design, engineering, and other services in addition to companies that invest in the construction sector
Companies that manage and invest the funds/assets of businesses and individuals. The services include fund management, which pools funds/assets from a number of investors (such as mutual funds), and/or portfolio management, which pools funds/assets from individual high-networth investors.
Companies that design, manufacture, assemble, and trade in equipment for transporting people and goods (including road automotive equipment, trains, ships, boats, aircrafts, recreational vehicles, and equipment parts). The industry also includes companies that provide repair, maintenance, and other services related to transportation equipment.
Companies that own facilities related to sports or recreation (including racetracks, scuba diving, and other sports and recreational activities).
Companies that engage in creating, planning and handling promotion for businesses, in order to affect perception, arouse consumer desire to make a purchase or take a particular action, and ultimately increase the businesses' sales of products or services.
Companies that provide, or facilitate, coverage of individuals and/or businesses whereby they agree to compensate them, or designated individuals, in case of an event (loss, damage, injury, death, and/or other events) om exchange for agreed payments. The industry includes companies that provide life and non-life (general) insurance, insurance brokerage, reinsurance, and other related services. The industry includes conventional and Islamic companies.
Companies that design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute computers and computer hardware (including personal, large-scale, and specialized computers, computer peripheral devices, other computer-based systems) and companies that provide services related to computers including development, programming, consulting, distribution, installation, maintenance, and other support services.
Learning institutions including childcare, elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, vocational schools or institutions, and institutions that provide educational support services.
Companies that manufacture and/or distribute heating, ventilation and air conditioning products including air conditioners, actuators, heat exchangers, dampers, chillers, coolers and air control products.
Companies that offer a full range of supply chain services. The companies transport goods by air, sea, and land on behalf of exporters, importers, and other companies or individuals. Services offered include transporting and handling the shipments, documentation, pick up, packaging, warehousing, and other related services. The companies own or lease a fleet of aircrafts, ships, and trucks to offer their services.
Companies that operate stores for retailing toys and games (including action figures, animals and stuffed toys, blocks, building sets and models, dolls, games and puzzles, learning toys and systems, riding toys, outdoor play, vehicles and trains, and other toys and games). These products exclude video games and consoles.
Institutions that offer vocational education, which include technical schools and training centers. The training can range from skills for personal improvement to job-specific certification.
Companies that engage in buying goods from manufacturers, producers, or importers, either directly or through wholesalers, and organizing the resale of merchandise to the general public in small quantities. Retailers mainly sell merchandise intended for personal or household consumption, but some sell products for business and institutional clients, retailers may provide after-sales services, such as repair and installation, or process activities supplementary to retailing.
Companies that provide brokerage services for selling insurance policies and annuities, employee benefit plans, and other insurance related services.
Companies that provide services related to computers and computer networks including hardware and software installation, consulting, IT auditing, systems integration, maintenance, upgrading, and other support services.