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  • Authors: Ismail Abdel Mohsin, Magda (2005)

  • This paper sheds light on the practice of Islamic banking system in Sudan. Its main objective is to show how successful the Islamic banking system in Sudan is and how this system succeeded in converting all existing banks into interest-free banks. Moreover, it emphasises the establishment of new Islamic banks in all the regions of Sudan and shows how those banks succeeded in minimising dealing with interest, attracting more depositors and financing the different sectors. To achieve this, the paper reviews the emergence of the Islamic banking system in Sudan within the last three decades, presents the structure and operations of the Sudanese Islamic banks, and highlights their contribu...

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  • Authors: Ayub, Muhammad; Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed (2013)

  • Pakistan is among the three countries that opted for economy-wide transformation to Islamic financial system in 1980s, the other two being Iran and Sudan. But the ‘non-interest based’ banking system introduced in mid-eighties was declared un-Islamic by the ‘Federal Shar┘at Court’ because the same was largely based on ‘buy-back’ (bai‘ al-‘Inah) and sale of debt instruments (bai‘ al-dayn). In the new system introduced since December 2002, Islamic banking institutions (IBIs) operating in parallel with the conventional banks are using mu╔ārabah as the major mode to raise investment deposits from individuals as also the corporate sector. But based on the assumption that depositors’ risk to...

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  • Authors: Hasan, Zubair (2010)

  • This paper examines three interlinked issues: First, what is the current state of profit sharing in Islamic banking, that is, is the division of profi t between the banks and the depositors satisfactory? Second, can the profit sharing in a two-tier mudaraba contract give the same rate of return to depositors as the bank receives from the investment of their deposits in business? Finally, can the central bank use in some ways the profi t sharing ratio along with the rate of interest as an instrument for credit control in a dual banking system? The answer to the first two questions is in the negative. To the third, a tentative response is yes. The paper also suggests a policy tool the c...

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  • Authors: Siew, Chun Hong; Shaikh Abdul Razak, Shaikh Hamzah (2015)

  • The aim of this paper is to analyse the financial performance of Islamic banks in Malaysia measured using ratio analysis of profitability, liquidity, credit risk and impaired financing performance. The study also includes determining the impact of nominal Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and inflation rates on the variables of profitability, liquidity, credit risk and impaired financing performance during the period spanning from year 2007 to year 2011. The result of regression shows that nominal GDP has significant impact on macroeconomic variables such as return on average asset, liquidity ratio and equity to net loans. Therefore, there areonly certain macroeconomic vari...

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  • practice_Islamic_banking_system_Sudan_magda.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ismail Abdel Mohsin, Magda (2005)

  • This paper sheds light on the practice of Islamic banking system in Sudan. Its main objective is to show how successful the Islamic banking system in Sudan is and how this system succeeded in converting all existing banks into interest-free banks. Moreover, it emphasises the establishment of new Islamic banks in all the regions of Sudan and shows how those banks succeeded in minimising dealing with interest, attracting more depositors and financing the different sectors. To achieve this, the paper reviews the emergence of the Islamic banking system in Sudan within the last three decades, presents the structure and operations of the Sudanese Islamic banks, and highlights their contribu...

  • profit_loss_distribution_pool_management_framework_ibi_pakistan_progress_issues_implications_shahulhameed.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ayub, Muhammad; Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed (2013)

  • Pakistan is among the three countries that opted for economy-wide transformation to Islamic financial system in 1980s, the other two being Iran and Sudan. But the ‘non-interest based’ banking system introduced in mid-eighties was declared un-Islamic by the ‘Federal Shar┘at Court’ because the same was largely based on ‘buy-back’ (bai‘ al-‘Inah) and sale of debt instruments (bai‘ al-dayn). In the new system introduced since December 2002, Islamic banking institutions (IBIs) operating in parallel with the conventional banks are using mu╔ārabah as the major mode to raise investment deposits from individuals as also the corporate sector. But based on the assumption that depositors’ risk to...

  • profit_sharing_ratios_mudaraba_contract_revisited_zubair.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Hasan, Zubair (2010)

  • This paper examines three interlinked issues: First, what is the current state of profit sharing in Islamic banking, that is, is the division of profi t between the banks and the depositors satisfactory? Second, can the profit sharing in a two-tier mudaraba contract give the same rate of return to depositors as the bank receives from the investment of their deposits in business? Finally, can the central bank use in some ways the profi t sharing ratio along with the rate of interest as an instrument for credit control in a dual banking system? The answer to the first two questions is in the negative. To the third, a tentative response is yes. The paper also suggests a policy tool the c...

  • impact_nominal_gdp_inflation_financial_performance_islamic_banks_malaysia_shaikh.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Siew, Chun Hong; Shaikh Abdul Razak, Shaikh Hamzah (2015)

  • The aim of this paper is to analyse the financial performance of Islamic banks in Malaysia measured using ratio analysis of profitability, liquidity, credit risk and impaired financing performance. The study also includes determining the impact of nominal Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and inflation rates on the variables of profitability, liquidity, credit risk and impaired financing performance during the period spanning from year 2007 to year 2011. The result of regression shows that nominal GDP has significant impact on macroeconomic variables such as return on average asset, liquidity ratio and equity to net loans. Therefore, there areonly certain macroeconomic vari...