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Two Tier Mudarabah In Islamic Banking

Islamic Banking Analysis Haythem Joudeh February 22, 2013 Abstract This goal of this research is to find out if Islamic Banking is a better alternative to the Western, Conventional Banking. The information provided will reveal various Islamic Banking principles that would have prevented previous major economic crises and if applied globally today could prevent a major economic collapse. Islamic Banking is banking system based on Shari'a (Islamic) Law on which it developed its unique...

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Islamic Banking

Introduction Islamic banking is banking based on Islamic law (Shariah). It follows the Shariah, called fiqh muamalat (Islamic rules on transactions). The rules and practices of fiqh muamalat came from the Quran and the Sunnah, and other secondary sources of Islamic law such as opinions collectively agreed among Shariah scholars (ijma’), analogy (qiyas) and personal reasoning (ijtihad). The credibility of the Islamic banking activities is highly dependent on the credibility of the Shariah advisers...

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Islamic Banking vs. Conventional Banking

Islamic Banking vs. Conventional Banking In most Islamic countries, they tend to practice two types of financing in banking industry which are conventional and Islamic banking. The country like in Malaysia has successfully developed an Islamic banking system that operates in parallel with the conventional banking system. There is similarity between conventional banking and Islamic banking which helps to promote economic growth provided financing services such as credit facilities for business activity...

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Abudhabi Islamic Bank

1.1Background of the Company : - Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (appr. ADIB) is an Islamic bank based in Abu Dhabi city, in the United Arab Emirates. Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank was established on 20th May 1997 as a Public Joint Stock Company through the Amiri Decree No. 9 of 1997. The Bank commenced commercial operations on 11th November 1998, and was formally inaugurated by Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Minister of Information and Culture on 18th April 1999. All contracts, operations and transactions...

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Takaful: An Islamic Insurance Instrument

An Introduction to Takaful – An Alternative to Insurance By (Muhammad Ayub)∗ Islamic finance has developed mainly in two directions namely Islamic banking and Islamic insurance (Takaful). While information about Islamic banking is being increasingly disseminated, features, models and structures of Takaful are little known particularly in Pakistan. Purpose of this brief article is to describe main features and models of Takaful system operating in various parts of the world. All human beings...

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Development of Islamic Banking and Finance in Singapore

 FOUNDATION OF ISLAMIC FINANCE ISF 1101 SEMESTER 2 2013/2014 DEVELOPMENT OF ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE IN SINGAPORE INTRODUCTION Singapore or officially known as the Republic of Singapore is an island city-state which situated in the Southeast Asia specifically lies off the southern tip of Malaysia peninsular. The total area of Singapore is 716.1 square kilometres or 270 square miles and it accommodates approximately 5,599,200 citizens and 823,082 of them are consists of Muslims...

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Comparison Between Islamic Banking and Conventional Banking

Comparison between Islamic Banking and Conventional Banking Introduction As far as commercial banking is referred, there are two main differences from the traditional approaches (conventional or Islamic), and these are very significant evolutions. One is that this method believes commercial banks as serving providers, rather of like “money lenders” (conventional) or “investing-collaborators” (Islamic). Interest-free banking is inferred as a sub-model; the conventional banking is considered as...

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Bankers Perception on Islamic Banking

Deposits are strictly not considered as loans in the Islamic sense. If it is in the form of money, then he has an obligation to pay Zakat out of it. If these deposits are indeed loans, then it is the banks which should pay zakat on them. In reality,the banks make the depositors pay the zakat , which is injustice. (Alexandra R, Hardie & M. Rabooy, 1991) M. Norain, Ariffin, & M Adnan explained the perceptions and awareness among bankers in Islamic banks is essential to enhance corporate social responsibility...

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Islamic Banking in Pakistan: Based on Islamic Laws Derived by Quran, Hadith and Sharia

Muhammad Bilal CH;Kanwal Talib 2012 Islamic Banking in Pakistan Muhammad Bilal CH;Kanwal Talib 2012 Islamic Banking in Pakistan Islamic Banking in Pakistan has been the idea based on Islamic laws derived by Quran, Hadith and sharia. The idea was first promoted in 1960’s which was never completely implemented but even then in 1985 Banking in Pakistan was declared to be Interest free. Many advantages can be observed using this system whereas it may lead to some complications. Financial...

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islamic banking infrastructure

Islamic finance infrastructure 1. 1425H (2004) International Islamic Centre for Reconciliation and Commercial Arbitration (IICRCA) - Dubai, U.A.E. Conduct mediation of disputes and to adjudicate on financial and commercial disputes which can arise between Islamic financial institutions, and between these institutions and/or third parties. 2. 1423H (2002), The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB)- Malaysia. Promote development of prudent standards and effective supervision guidelines for the...

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