• Business Management
    Islamic Economic Studies Vol. 14, No. 1 & 2, Aug. 2006 & Jan. 2007 THE EFFICIENCY OF ISLAMIC BANKING INDUSTRY: A NON-PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS WITH NON-DISCRETIONARY INPUT VARIABLE FADZLAN SUFIAN ∗ ABSTRACT This paper investigates the performance of Malaysian Islamic banking sector during the...
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  • Islamic Banking
    Islamic Banking by Mohamed Ariff, University of Malaya, taken from Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, Vol. 2, No. 2 (September 1988), pp. 46-62 Islamic banking is a new phenomenon that has taken many observers by surprise. The whole banking system has been islamized in both Iran and Pakistan. In addition...
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  • Maqaid Shariah
    GROWTH OF ISLAMIC BANKS AND THEIR FULFILLMENT OF MAQASID AL-SHARIAH GAP ANALYSIS By MUGHEES SHAUKAT (0801014) 1 Contents 1. 2. Introduction Inducing Factors 2.1 The Push Factor 2.2 The Pull Factor (theoratical imperative) 2.3 The Pull Factor (practical imperative) 3. Islamic Accountability...
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  • General Banking of Islami Bank
    will arrange proper deployment of funds without any intervention of thedepositors. Total profit resulting from such investment will be distributed between the Bank andthe depositors as per agreed ratio. If any loss is incurred, it is to be borne by the depositors. However, in FSIB a reservefund named...
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  • Islamic Capital Market
    THE ISLAMIC CAPITAL MARKET INTRODUCTION The Islamic Capital Market (ICM) refers to the market where activities are carried out in ways which does not conflict with the principles of Islam. The ICM represents an assertion of religious law in capital market transactions where the market is free from prohibited...
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  • Islamic Banking
    The Role of Central Banks in Islamic Banking Prof. C. G. Harcourt: "...ideologies…affect the topics discussed, the manner of discussion, the factors included or left out or inadequately stressed in arguments, comments, and models and attitudes shown, sympathetic or hostile,…to past and contemporary...
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  • Islamic Finance
    http://www.LearnIslamicFinance.com Introduction to Islamic Finance, Securitization and Sukuk By Amer Khalil ur Rehman Disclaimer: Views expressed here in a personal capacity http://www.LearnIslamicFinance.com Global Islamic Banking Market 1. 2. 3. Muslims make over 20% i.e. 1/5th of world...
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  • Evolution of Islamic Banking
    Evolution of Islamic Banking The Governor of the State Bank of Pakistan, Dr. Ishrat Husain gave a comprehensive outline on the evolution of Islamic Banking in Pakistan. He presented his paper at a seminar on Islamic Banking held recently at the Islamic Chamber of Commerce & Industry building, Karachi...
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  • Islamic Finance
    lecturer for Islamic Finance on giving us the opportunity to work on the assignment and providing us with lots of support and guidance which has helped us to complete the assignment on time. This assignment has brought us in making lots of research and we came across to acquire new things about Islamic Finance...
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  • Islamic Banking
    A Comparative Study of Islamic Banking in Pakistan: Proposing and Testing a Model BY Ashfaq Ahmad PhD Scholar 117/FUIMCS/Ph.D(MS)-2006 FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES 2009 A Comparative Study of Islamic Banking in Pakistan: Proposing and Testing a Model A thesis submitted to the FUIEMS Foundation...
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  • Islamic Banking
    Business models: The conventional bank basically manages an interest-based rule and it lends funds to debtors in the form of loans. The debtors pay interests over the principal. The mode of credit are a PLS savings account, term deposit and equity and the customers of the banks are called the depositors...
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  • The Role of Islamic Finance
    The Role of Islamic Finance for Industrial Projects in the State of Kuwait JAVED HUSSAIN* MS SHERIFA MARAFI** ABSTRACT THIS PAPER EXAMINES THE ISSUES CONCERNED WITH THE CONCEPT OF ISLAMIC FINANCE AND ITS APPLICATION TO INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS IN THE STATE OF KUWAIT; IT IS BASED ON AN EMPIRICAL...
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  • Insurans
    TAKAFUL (Islamic Insurance) The concept of takaful, or Islamic insurance, where resources are pooled to help the needy does not contradict Shariah. The concept is in line with the principles of compensation and shared responsibilities among the community. It is not a new concept, in fact it had been...
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  • Ijarah
    International Journal of Islamic Financial Services, Vol. 5, No. 3 AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF IJARAH ACCOUNTING PRACTICES IN MALAYSIAN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Ros Aniza Mohd. Shariff Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman Prior studies on Ijarah were mainly focusing on the economics, legal and financial aspects...
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  • Marketing Research
    loans besides other service income. So, it can be said that conventional banking systems are interest-based system. Bangladesh is one of the largest Muslim countries of the world. The people of this country are deeply committed to Islamic way of life mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah. But it is not...
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  • Marketing Islamic Financial Products
    INTRODUCTION Islamic finance is a fast-growing sector of the global banking industry, and is based on a range of distinctive financial products that are compliant with shariah law. There are many banks that supply Islamic financial products and services around the world, including well-known institutions...
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  • Waqf Based Microfinance
    WAQF-BASED MICROFINANCE: REALIZING THE SOCIAL ROLE OF ISLAMIC FINANCE Habib Ahmed* Islamic Research and Training Institute Islamic Development Bank Group P.O. Box 9201 Jeddah 21413 Saudi Arabia PHONE: 966-2-646 6543 FAX: 966-2-637 8927 EMAIL: hahmed@isdb.org Paper written for the International...
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  • Islamic Banking
    HISTORY OF CONVENTIONAL BANKING Around 2000 BC, banking was initiated by farmers and traders in Babylonia whereby, grain loans were made. Later, this new mode of ‘trading’ spread to Greece. Some developments were emerging as deposits and money exchange were initiated. Modern banking took birth in Italy...
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  • Bieng a Woman
    money in Islamic banking: By Najmul Hassan |   | Unlike conventional banking based on interest-bearing loans, funds invested in an Islamic bank are used essentially for trade. There is no room for ambiguity in Islam “every loan that draws a gain is riba.” Many people question whether Islamic finance...
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  • Global Financial Crisis and Islamic Finance
    Personal RePEc Archive Global Financial crisis and Islamic finance Alasrag, Hussien April 2010 Online at http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/22167/ MPRA Paper No. 22167, posted 17. April 2010 / 23:57 Global Financial crisis and Islamic finance Hussein Alasrag Table of contents I. INTRODUCTION:...
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