Asst. Prof. Dr. Kinan Salim
Qualification:Phd (Islamic Finance), INCEIF
Fields/Area of Specialization:Islamic finance;Sustainable finance;Banking;
Asst. Prof. Dr. Kinan Salim is an Assistant Professor at INCEIF. He has been engaged in a variety of projects and provided services to leading institutions in finance and Islamic finance. Early in his career, he served as Head of Corporate Finance in Cham Islamic Bank in Syria. Prior to his PhD, he obtained a Master's degree in Islamic finance from INCEIF, a Master in Banking and Financial Science from The Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences, a Diploma (post-graduate) in Financial and Monetary Economic and a Bachelor's Degree in Economics. He intends to focus on Islamic digital economy and sustainable finance amongst other research area.

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Salim, Kinan; Abojeib, Moutaz; Lau, Wee Yeap (2019)

  • This paper assesses Malaysia's competition landscape and its risk implications subsequent to conventional banking consolidation and Islamic banking penetration in the aftermath of the 1997/1998 Asian financial crisis. Employing a panel sample of conventional and Islamic commercial banks, it arrives at the following conclusions. First, the consolidation exercise, which has led to a significant reduction in the number of domestic commercial banks, has not stifled banking competition. Second, the paper provides empirical support for the competition-stability relationship, particularly for the conventional banking sector. Islamic banking sector risk appears to be neutral to market competi...

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  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Salim, Kinan; Alchaar, Mhd Osama; Noushad, Neha Sarah (2019)

  • As the Fintech evolution transforms the banking sectors worldwide, the players in the market are hard-pressed to experiment the tremendous opportunities that the application of the likes of Blockchain, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence et cetera would have on the financial world. As the volume of the data continue to expand, the possibilities that this raw data materializes in the form of opportunities lean towards limitless. Organizations such as financial institutions must be vigilant of the prospects that such data can reveal and the extend of leverage that they can exercise to build insights for their consumers, products, and services. Big data analytics have alone become the d...

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  • Research Monograph


  • Authors: Mohamad, Shamsiah; Habib, Farrukh; Salim, Kinan (2018)

  • Shari'ah has specific rules for dealing in each class of assets and activities; i.e., cash, debt, goods, usufruct, and those classified as either halal (permissible) or haram (impermissible). These rulings can be easily applied when such an asset or activity is an independent subject matter of a transaction. However, the issue becomes complicated when an asset or activity is mixed with others and the combination is represented as a single subject matter. A fine example of this situation is shares of a joint stock company. A company share represents all the activities and underlying assets of that company. Some of the activities and assets of that company may be Shari'ah non-compliant ...

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  • PhD


  • Authors: Salim, Kinan (2017)

  • Islamic banks have proliferated and emerged as important players in the global banking industry especially in the Muslim-majority countries. The recent increase in the number and market share of Islamic banks has intensified the competition in this new industry. Despite its importance, the increasing competition in Islamic banking market not only from its own Islamic peers, but also from commercial banks has not been adequately addressed nor its consequences have been investigated. This thesis aims to shed the light on this important issue by investigating the effect of competition on the efficiency of both Islamic and conventional banks ...

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  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Salim, Kinan (2017)

  • Islamic banks have proliferated and emerged as important players in the global banking industry especially in the Muslim-Majority countries. The recent increase in the number and market share of Islamic banks has intensified the competition in this new industry. Despite its importance, the increasing competition in Islamic banking market not only from its own Islamic peers, but also from commercial banks has not been adequately addressed nor its consequences have been investigated. This summary aims to shed the light the market structure and the evolution of the competition under dual banking system.

  • IFHubEd5_the_impact_of_competition_on_banks_efficiency_Kinan_Mansor_Baharom.pdf.jpg
  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Salim, Kinan; Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Abdul Hamid, Baharom (2017)

  • Islamic banking industry has unprecedentedly witnessed a rapid growth since its inception four decades back in the late 1970s. However, the prospect of this flourishing industry is fast becoming gloomy in recent years. The growth of Islamic banking almost matches the conventional banking, and their products are hardly distinguishable. Although the market growth slows down in the aftermath of the global financial crises in 2008, the Islamic banking market has witnessed increasing competition. Islamic banks become more competitive and they managed to increase their market share meanwhile, conventional banks have successfully responded to the challenge by launching Islamic windows and su...

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  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Salim, Kinan (2017)

  • The Islamic banking sector has ascended to be systematically important in several OIC countries particularly in Malaysia and the GCC. Globally, the sector has recorded a double digit growth rate far exceeding the growth rate of its conventional counterpart. Its sustained growth in the provision of financial services founded on Islamic principles even during crisis episodes, especially duting the recent global financial crisis, makes Islamic banking gain traction even in the non-Muslim world. Over recent years, it has made its presence in such countries as Switzerland, the UK, and the USA.

Asst. Prof. Dr. Kinan Salim
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Qualification: Phd (Islamic Finance), INCEIF
Fields/Area of Specialization: Islamic finance;Sustainable finance;Banking;
Asst. Prof. Dr. Kinan Salim is an Assistant Professor at INCEIF. He has been engaged in a variety of projects and provided services to leading institutions in finance and Islamic finance. Early in his career, he served as Head of Corporate Finance in Cham Islamic Bank in Syria. Prior to his PhD, he obtained a Master's degree in Islamic finance from INCEIF, a Master in Banking and Financial Science from The Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences, a Diploma (post-graduate) in Financial and Monetary Economic and a Bachelor's Degree in Economics. He intends to focus on Islamic digital economy and sustainable finance amongst other research area.
Showing results 1 to 7 of 7
  • structural changes_competition_and_bank_stability_Mansor et al.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Salim, Kinan; Abojeib, Moutaz; Lau, Wee Yeap (2019)

  • This paper assesses Malaysia's competition landscape and its risk implications subsequent to conventional banking consolidation and Islamic banking penetration in the aftermath of the 1997/1998 Asian financial crisis. Employing a panel sample of conventional and Islamic commercial banks, it arrives at the following conclusions. First, the consolidation exercise, which has led to a significant reduction in the number of domestic commercial banks, has not stifled banking competition. Second, the paper provides empirical support for the competition-stability relationship, particularly for the conventional banking sector. Islamic banking sector risk appears to be neutral to market competi...

  • big_data_analytics_kinan et al.pdf.jpg
  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Salim, Kinan; Alchaar, Mhd Osama; Noushad, Neha Sarah (2019)

  • As the Fintech evolution transforms the banking sectors worldwide, the players in the market are hard-pressed to experiment the tremendous opportunities that the application of the likes of Blockchain, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence et cetera would have on the financial world. As the volume of the data continue to expand, the possibilities that this raw data materializes in the form of opportunities lean towards limitless. Organizations such as financial institutions must be vigilant of the prospects that such data can reveal and the extend of leverage that they can exercise to build insights for their consumers, products, and services. Big data analytics have alone become the d...

  • criteria for determining the Shariah compliance_kinan et al.jpg.jpg
  • Research Monograph


  • Authors: Mohamad, Shamsiah; Habib, Farrukh; Salim, Kinan (2018)

  • Shari'ah has specific rules for dealing in each class of assets and activities; i.e., cash, debt, goods, usufruct, and those classified as either halal (permissible) or haram (impermissible). These rulings can be easily applied when such an asset or activity is an independent subject matter of a transaction. However, the issue becomes complicated when an asset or activity is mixed with others and the combination is represented as a single subject matter. A fine example of this situation is shares of a joint stock company. A company share represents all the activities and underlying assets of that company. Some of the activities and assets of that company may be Shari'ah non-compliant ...

  • PhD_Impact_of_competition_concentration_on_efficiency_kinan.pdf.jpg
  • PhD


  • Authors: Salim, Kinan (2017)

  • Islamic banks have proliferated and emerged as important players in the global banking industry especially in the Muslim-majority countries. The recent increase in the number and market share of Islamic banks has intensified the competition in this new industry. Despite its importance, the increasing competition in Islamic banking market not only from its own Islamic peers, but also from commercial banks has not been adequately addressed nor its consequences have been investigated. This thesis aims to shed the light on this important issue by investigating the effect of competition on the efficiency of both Islamic and conventional banks ...

  • IFHubEd6_analysis_market_structure_competetive_dynamics_dual_banking_system_kinan.pdf.jpg
  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Salim, Kinan (2017)

  • Islamic banks have proliferated and emerged as important players in the global banking industry especially in the Muslim-Majority countries. The recent increase in the number and market share of Islamic banks has intensified the competition in this new industry. Despite its importance, the increasing competition in Islamic banking market not only from its own Islamic peers, but also from commercial banks has not been adequately addressed nor its consequences have been investigated. This summary aims to shed the light the market structure and the evolution of the competition under dual banking system.

  • IFHubEd5_the_impact_of_competition_on_banks_efficiency_Kinan_Mansor_Baharom.pdf.jpg
  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Salim, Kinan; Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Abdul Hamid, Baharom (2017)

  • Islamic banking industry has unprecedentedly witnessed a rapid growth since its inception four decades back in the late 1970s. However, the prospect of this flourishing industry is fast becoming gloomy in recent years. The growth of Islamic banking almost matches the conventional banking, and their products are hardly distinguishable. Although the market growth slows down in the aftermath of the global financial crises in 2008, the Islamic banking market has witnessed increasing competition. Islamic banks become more competitive and they managed to increase their market share meanwhile, conventional banks have successfully responded to the challenge by launching Islamic windows and su...

  • chapter 2_Islamic banking_business model_issues_challenges_Mansor_Kinan.pdf.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Salim, Kinan (2017)

  • The Islamic banking sector has ascended to be systematically important in several OIC countries particularly in Malaysia and the GCC. Globally, the sector has recorded a double digit growth rate far exceeding the growth rate of its conventional counterpart. Its sustained growth in the provision of financial services founded on Islamic principles even during crisis episodes, especially duting the recent global financial crisis, makes Islamic banking gain traction even in the non-Muslim world. Over recent years, it has made its presence in such countries as Switzerland, the UK, and the USA.