The main purpose of this paper is to review the microfinance scheme and discuss how Islamic banks can participate in such an endeavor without actually compromising the issue of institutional viability and sustainability.
The paper is based on an extensive review of microfinance with the...
C,x7ik y7ku`w2History of Islamic Banking in Pakistan Efforts to Islamize the economy of Pakistan started in the mid 60s. However a significant attempt was made in the mid 80s1 to convert the banking system to an Islamic banking system. The Banking Companies Ordinance (BCO, 1962) was amended to accom...
Interest-free Banking and Islamic Banking in Nigeria
By: Salim Salihu Muhammed
Nigeria’s quest for a virile banking reform had led to the adoption of several policies and strategies that would truly give the nation’s economy an edge towards growth and sustainability. No doubt, the bail outs of...
The Reformed System:
Interest Free Banking
Dr. Sirajuddin H Chougle,
Dr. Abdul Majid Ansari,
Associate Professors, Department of Commerce, Maharashtra College, Nagpada,
Mumbai. 400 008.India
Necessary Film Ratings System in China
CHEN ZIHAN School of English for International Business
Abstract: This paper presents the feasibility to introducing the film ratings system in China. From then until the Chinese government carried out the film censorship, this censorship...
Saad Tanzeem 2012-02-0130
Ahmed Salik Gilani 2012-02-0131
Islamic Banking Future Vision- Issues that hamper development of Islamic Banking.
Islamic Banking and Finance, the Shariah compliant banking for Muslims, is unarguably at the nascent stage of its development as a financial...
1.2.1 Islamic Finance
In this day and age, crisis and challenges had continuously interrupted the worldwide financial environment. However, Islamic finance remains as a tough and viable financial intermediation. Moreove...
Challenges and Opportunities of Computerized Accounting System
Ahmed Qaalib Ismail
BCom & BIT
This Thesis submitted to Kampala University Impartial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of the Master of Business Administration
The Number of Islamic Microfinance Institutions in Malaysia Should Be Increased.
Table of Content
1.0 Abstract 2
2. Introduction 3
3. Argument 1 : Offer Syariah Compliant Finance 5
4. Argument 2: Increase the Performance of Islamic...
Comparative Study of Islamic Banking 45
CHAPTER 3 Literature Review and Theoretical Framework
Service Quality Customer Satisfaction Bank Performance Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction in the Banking Sector Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction and Bank Performance i...
The Role of Islamic Finance for Industrial Projects in the State of Kuwait
MS SHERIFA MARAFI**
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Islamic Revivalism Movement Towards The Establishment Of Islamic Banking And Finance In Malaysia
Islamic revivalism refers to a revival of the Islamic religion throughout the Islamic world, that began roughly sometime in 1970s and is manifested in greater religious piety, and community feeling, a...
Empirical Study on the Level of Ethical Disclosure of the Islamic Bank in Malaysia
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Abstract Section One – Introduction Section Two – Literature Review Section Three – Research Method 4 7 12 12 13
Sample and Data Selection B...
Keeping Clean: How Islamic Banks Fight Money Laundering?
By: Hany Abou-El-Fotouh
Money laundering is not a new trend. It is a process that takes illegal or “dirty” money generated from illegal activities and puts it through a cycle of transactions, so that it comes out at the end as appare...
PAKISTAN ISLAMIC BANKING: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OUTLOOK Dr. Shamshad Akhtar Governor State Bank of Pakistan 11 September 2007
Islamic finance has gripped the world with a strong fervor and passion. Interest in this discipline has proliferated to almost 60 countries, going...
Islamic Finance in Malaysia – Evolution & Current Development
Mohd Razif Abd Kadir Deputy Governor
Malaysia’s Holistic Approach to Islamic Finance
Stage 1: (1983-1992)
Stage 2: (1993 – 2000)
Institutional building, activity generation &...
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The comparative role of banking in binary and Islamic economy
Rodney Shakespeare and Sofyan Harahap
Economics Department, Trisakti University, Jakarta, Indonesia
Literature: Practice Recent years have brought an increasing flow of empirical studies of Islamic banking. The earliest systematic empirical work was undertaken by Khan (1983). His observations covered Islamic banks operating in Sudan, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, and Egypt. Khan's...
In this current era, businesses play the most important role in developing a country’s reputation. It is because a nation’s wealth is determined by concerning on certain aspects as one of it is the economical factor. As far as we know, businesses are the main sectors of a natio...