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  1. Capital Adequacy Framework (Capital Components) - BNM

    Published on 2017 by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)

      Capital Adequacy Framework  (Capital Components) - BNM PART A  OVERVIEW 1 Introduction   1.1 Regulatory capital requirements seek to ensure that risk exposures of a financial institution are backed by an adequate amount of high quality capital which absorbs…


  2. Capital Adequacy Framework for Islamic Banks (Risk-Weighted Assets) - BNM

    Published on 2017 by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)

      Capital Adequacy Framework for Islamic Banks (Risk-Weighted Assets) - BNM   PART  A OVERVIEW   A.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1.1 This document is part of the Capital Adequacy Framework for Islamic Banking institutions (Risk-Weighted Assets) (the Framework) specifies the measurement…


  3. Bai` al - Sarf (Shariah Requirements and Optional Practices) - BNM Exposure Draft

    Published on 2017 by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)

    BNM Exposure Draft - Bai` al - Sarf   As part of the objective to strengthen the Shariah-compliance practices among Islamic financial institutions (IFIs), Bank Negara Malaysia (the Bank) is embarking on an initiative to develop a Shariah-based regulatory framework.…


  4. JIBM Discussion Forum Bai‘ al-Mu’ajjal of GoP Ijārah sukuk Liquidity Management Product of the State Bank of Pakistan Introduced vide SBP, DMMD Circular No. 17 Oct. 15, 2014 [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by JIBM

    Keeping  in  view  the significance  of  the  Product  under  discussion for  huge  investments by  the Islamic  Banking  Institutions  (IBIs)  in Pakistan  and  its  implications on future  of  Islamic  finance, the JIBM management decided  to  launch  an  academic  debate  in JIBM…


  5. Analyzing Performance of Banks in Pakistan: Conventional versus Islamic Banks [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Abdul Rashid , Muhammad Khaleequzzaman , Sana Jabeen

    This study analyzes the performance of conventional versus Islamic banks in  Pakistan.  For  the  purpose,  we  have  first  constructed  the  financial performance index (FPI) based on CAMELS‟ ratios and then ranked the banks  on  the  basis  of  the  constructed  FPI.…


  6. Perceptions of Stakeholders on Islamic Banking in Pakistan [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Mubbsher Munawar Khan, Muhammad Ramzan

    The   aim   of   this   study   is   to   investigate   the   perceptions   of   various stakeholders about the objectives of Islamic banks and their priorities. The stakeholders   include d   in…


  7. Global Financial Capital vs. Islamic Concept of Wealth: The Question of Idelogical Dominance [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Omar Javaid, Abdul Wahab Suri

    The  purpose  of  this  paper  is  to  compare  global  financial  capital  with traditional  concept  of  wealth  in  theory  of  Islamic  economics  &  finance  as perceived in Islamic discourse, so as to analyze the dominance of the former over  the  latter…


  8. Islamic Work Ethics (IWE): A Review of Litrature and Directions for Future Research [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Khurram Khan, Khurram Shahzad, Muhammad Usman

    This  paper summarizes  and reviews  the  existing  literature  on Islamic Work  Ethics  (IWE)  based  on  28  empirical  papers published  in  various journals  in  the  last  three  decades.  A  multi level  integrated  framework  of IWE based on existing literature has also…


  9. Dichotomy between Sharī‘ah Compliance and the Economic Goals of Islamic Finance Institutions [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Camille Paldi, Muhammad Ayub

    Islamic  banking  has  crossed  the  milestone  of  forty  years  since  the  Dubai Islamic  Bank  and  the  Islamic  Development  Bank  were  established  in  1975. Islamic banking windows, standalone Islamic banking systems and even full -fledged Islamic banks, are operating as a…


  10. Objectives of Financial Institutions –Western & Islamic [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Asad Zaman

    To understand the functions of the financial institutions within a capitalist system,  one  must  understand  the  spirit  of  capitalism.  This  paper  argues that  the  spirit  is  the pursuit  of  wealth  without  any  moral  or  social restraints.  Western  financial  institutions  represent…


  11. Islamic Finance as basis for a New International Finance Protocol [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Muhammad Ayub

    The generic term of  'financial inclusion' has been in use for last many years not only in developing but also developed economies referring to the schemes to combat the issue of  'exclusion' of the people of small means from the…


  12. Awareness about Waqf among Algerian Students: An Exploratory Study [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Abdelghani Echchabi, Chaabane Oussama Houssem Eddine, Abdullah Mohamed A

    The  main  purpose  of  the  study  is  testing  the  level  of  waqf  awareness among  students  in  Algeria,  as  well  as  the  factors  that  affect  it. Additionally,  the  study  attempts  to  examine  whether  there  is  any significant difference between the various…


 

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