Islamic Management And Conventional Management Essays and Term Papers

  • Risk Management in Islamic vs Conventional Banking

    features of Islamic management in Islamic banking, they are provides financing which is backed by assets. Islamic banks cannot deal in documents and it is due to the asset backed nature results in productive economic activities. Additionally, Islamic banks need to comply with conventional regulatory standards...

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  • Development of Liquidity Management Instruments:

    Conference on Islamic Banking: Risk Management, Regulation and Supervision - 2003 DEVELOPMENT OF LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT INSTRUMENTS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES By Abdul Rais Abdul Majid Chief Executive Officer International Islamic Financial Market (IIFM) International Conference on Islamic Banking:...

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  • Research

    problem: Topic: “Liquidity risk management; a comparative study of Islamic banks Versus Conventional banks. 1.0 INTRODUCTION: Islamic banking system was introduce for the first time in1959 in Egypt since then Islamic banking was growing rapidly throughout the world and now Islamic banking hasintroduce inmore...

    12170 Words | 34 Pages

  • comapison islamic and conventional banking

    A thesis on ‘‘COMPARISON OF ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL BANKING: A CASE STUDY OF PRIVATE BANKS KARACHI, PAKISTAN’’ Submitted to: Faculty of Business Administration In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) Supervised by: Ms. Ambreen...

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  • Issues of Asset Allocation in Islamic Fund Management

    ALLOCATION IN ISLAMIC FUND MANAGEMENT Kamilov Askhabali Abstract The objective of the fund is to provide investors a unique Shariah compliant Investment solution focused on a total return based philosophy. This has been a learning experience for the banks themselves as well as the Islamic investors...

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  • Liquidity Risk Managment

    Interdisciplinary Journal of Research in Business Vol. 1, Issue. 1, January 2011(pp.35-44) Liquidity Risk Management: A comparative study between Conventional and Islamic Banks of Pakistan Muhammad Farhan Akhtar, Khizer Ali, Shama Sadaqat Hailey College of Commerce, University of the Punjab,...

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  • Global Market Operations by Shariyah Principles

    CONTENTS 1. Abstract 2. Background 3. Purpose of study 4. Stages involved in research 5. Bibliography ABSTRACT Financial management might just a game to play with money, for money, making money, losing money, and lots of money. Is it all just money that matters? Whether yes some...

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  • Study Shows Islamic Banks Perform Best During Economic Crisis

    Study shows Islamic banks perform best during economic crisis 11/07/2010 0 Comments   [pic] New research from The British University in Dubai shows GCC-based Islamic banks performed better during the recent recession than conventional banks. Study suggest that in general Islamic banks are less cost-efficient...

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  • Report. Down

    BANKING ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE: GROWTH AND CHALLENGES AHEAD TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. What is Islamic banking; where did it come from and where is it going? Requirements for banks to adopt and implement Islamic banking structures Hot topics and current trends in Islamic banking System...

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  • Anyu

    International Journal of Business and Management April, 2008 A Comparative Analysis of Bankers’ Perceptions on Islamic Banking Zairani Zainol College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 06010 Sintok, Kedah, Malaysia Tel: +6 04 928 6429 E-mail: zairani@uum.edu.my Rohaya Shaari College of Business...

    6872 Words | 26 Pages

  • Islamic Financing vs Conventional

    Risk Management – Differences Between Islamic and Conventional Banking In evolving the Islamic financial system, important considerations include the development of a system that is able to meet the changing requirements of the consumer and business community, that is efficient and competitive, that...

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  • Islamic Management

    Definition : Definition management “The conventional definition of management is getting work done through people, but real management is developing people through work.” Characteristic of conventional management : Examinees each resource sector and environment component in isolation Examines...

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  • Introduction to Islamic Banking System

    Advanced Global Risk Management Topic: Shariah Compliant Risk Management Presented by: Houda Cherrak and Bouchra Touzani To Doctor: David Hampton March 27, 2008 Introduction to Islamic banking system Islam not only prohibits dealing in interest but also in liquor, pork, gambling...

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  • Liquidity Management

    Liquidity risk management. The case of Malaysia Islamic banking industry 1. Abstract This study aims to analyses the liquidity risk in order to research about the relationship between liquidity risks and banking institution performance with the use of Return on Asset ( ROA ) and Return on Equity (...

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  • Islamic Finance

    1 Introduction to Islamic Finance 1.1 Sharia – overview of the basic principles “Those who charge usury are in the same position as those controlled by the devil's influence. This is because they claim that usury is the same as commerce. However, GOD permits commerce, and prohibits usury.” (Quaran...

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  • Raiting of Islamic Bankingg

    or banking activity that is consistent with Islamic law Sharia principles and guided by Islamic economics. In particular, Islamic law prohibits usury, the collection and payment of interest, also commonly called riba in Islamic discourse. In addition, Islamic law prohibits investing in businesses that...

    10549 Words | 38 Pages

  • Risk in Banks

    the prudence of Islamic banks: A risk management perspective by Dr Muhammad Imran Ashraf Usmani Riba (interest) free and Gharar (uncertainty) free nature of Islamic banking together with real asset/service-backed transactions ensure that an efficient, effective and robust risk management mechanism is...

    2659 Words | 8 Pages

  • Islamic Jbanking

    Islamic Banking in Pakistan 1 ISLAMIC BANKING IN PAKISTAN Islamic Banking in Pakistan: A Review of Conventional and Islamic Banking Prof. Dr. Khawaja Amjad Saeed Hailey College of Banking and Finance University of the Punjab, Lahore Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Business...

    4947 Words | 21 Pages

  • Islamic Banking

    Islamic banking system Vs Conventional Banking system Waqas Wali Submitted to Mardan institute of management sciences Batch 3rd MBA Dated August 09, 2011 DEDICATION THIS REPORT IS DEDICATED TO MY RESPECTABLE & VENERABLE PARENTS TO RESPECTABLE &...

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  • Liquidity Management in Banks

    Liquidity Management in Islamic Banks | October 9 2012 | Liquidity management is a crucial part of asset-liability & risk management framework of the Banking industry, failure to address the issue may lead to dire consequences, including instability of the Bank. It is a process of making properly...

    9921 Words | 33 Pages