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  • Academic Presentation


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2016)

  • Islamic banking is called shariah compliant banking as all transactions conducted in the banking transaction starting from product offering stage until the dispute resolution stage shall comply with the principles of Islamic law. As such the objective of this paper is to find out the application of parol evidence rule to Islamic banking in Malaysia and to find out whether the application of parol eveidence is compliant with the principles of Islamic law or not.

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  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Mohamed, Omaima Eltahir Babikir (2017)

  • Al-Ijarah Thumma al-Bay' (AITAB) is an innovative product designed for vehicle financing. Since its inception, AITAB has been a popular product due to the heightened demand by customers. Although AITAB is popular, it is not without condemn especially on the issue of using Rule 78, which is similar to conventional Hire-Purchase practise. This paper, attempts to address the issue of using Rule 78 which affects the customers in the case of default. A case study is used to compare the use of Rule 78 and simple profit rate methods on repaying the principal amount and the profit rate by the customer. The discussion is based upon the case on vehicle financing for three years and the impact o...

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath; Mustapha, Zakariya (2020)

  • Limitations of action designate extent of time after an event, as set by statutes of limitations, within which legal action can be initiated by a party to a transaction. No event is actionable outside the designated time as same is rendered statute-barred. This study aims to provide an insight into application and significance of Limitations Act 1950 and Limitation Ordinance 1952 to Islamic banking matters in Malaysia as well as Shariah viewpoint on the issue of limitation of action. In conducting the study, a qualitative research methodology is employed where reported Islamic banking cases from 1983 to 2018 in Malaysia were reviewed and analysed to ascertain the application of those ...

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath; Zainudin, Nur Adibah; Ali, Ruqayyah; Ibrahim, Siti Nadzirah; Mustapha, Zakariya (2019)

  • The objective of this paper is to explore the practical application of ta'widh and gharamah in Islamic banking in Malaysia with reference to the guidelines that are applicable to date; and find out the issues detected in the implementation of them. In the course of doing this, Shariah reasons for imposing ta'widh and gharamah in Islamic banking are discussed. Also, whether ta'widh and gharamah would be required for Islamic banking with reference to possible alternatives to them is also discussed. This qualitative study primarily focuses on library research and adopts case study approach for analyzing the application of ta'widh and gharamah. The jurisdiction of the study is Malaysia be...

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  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Wilson, Rodney (2012)

  • Islamic banking is more developed in the Gulf region that anywhere else in the world. Although there is much information and writings on Islamic banking on the Arab side of the Gulf, much less is available on the workings of the Islamic banking system in Iran. The aim here is to examine the very different approaches taken by Iran and its Guld Arab neighbors to Islamic banking. The political factors that determined these different approaches will be analyzed and their implications explored.

  • Are_deposit_investment_accounts_Islamic_banks_Malaysia_interest_free_Shamsher_Eskandar.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ramadili Mohd, Shamsher Mohamad; Mohd Rasid, Mohamed Eskandar Shah (2014)

  • Islamic banking and Finance (IBF) provides products and services guided by the Shariah. Therefore, they are supposed to be different from their conventional counterparts. Islamic deposit rates should be different from conventional deposit rates. Islamic banking profit rates are supposedly less risky due to risksharing attribute embedded in their structure as compared to the conventional banking interest rates on similar-risk investment products. This paper addresses this concern by examining the differences in the monthly fixed deposit rates of conventional and investment deposit rates of Islamic banks and finance companies in Malaysia for the period from January 1994 to December 2012...

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  • Authors: Nazarbaev, Azamat (2016)

  • The paper examines the level of awareness of the people in the Kyrgyz Republic about Islamic Banking and Finance and whether they are willing to adopt an Islamic financial system in the country. It also attempts to explore population's opinion of the mechanism of the banking business in general. Questionnaire forms were developed and distributed among 300 nationals. It has been found that while a small proportion of the practicing Muslims have some notion of Islamic Banking and Finance, non-practicing Muslims and non-Muslims almost completely lack in this field of knowledge ...

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  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Abojeib, Mhd Moutaz (2016)

  • Numerous attempts have been made to discover the effect of competition on banking stability, before and after the recent global financial crisis. Despite the rich theoretical and empirical literature on the topic, two contradictory views are observed; the competition-fragility view and the competition stability view. On one hand, the former view argues that higher competition leads to more pressure on profits and hence induces banks' management to take higher risk strategies. On the other, the supporters of the competition-stability hypothesis argue that banks in more competitive markets tend to charge lower rates, which reduces the entrepreneurs' cost of borrowing and increases the s...

  • the_bank_lending_channel_monetary_policy_transmission_dual_banking_system_mansoribrahim.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H. (2017)

  • This paper examines the impact of monetary policy on bank lending in a dual banking system, i.e. Malaysia. Making use of an unbalanced panel data set of 38 Islamic and conventional banks covering mostly 2001-2014, we find evidence that variations in monetary policy affect lending growth of Islamic banks and, to some extent, conventional banks. The results further reveal that, in comformity with studies using aggregate Islamic financing data, the Islamic financing growth reacts more strongly to monetary policy changes.

  • Bank_lending_deposits_and_risk_taking_in_times_of_crisis_mansor.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Rizvi, Syed Aun Raza (2018)

  • In this study, we conduct a panel analysis of Islamic and conventional banks to ascertain whether Islamic banks are able to sustain financing supply and whether its growth is higher than conventional bank lending growth in times of stress. For concreteness, we also assess whether the sustained financing supply of Islamic banks is justified by a concomitant increase in Islamic deposit growth and is not linked to excessive risk taking. Utilizing a panel sample of 25 Islamic banks and 114 conventional banks from 10 dual-banking countries, we observe sustained financing supply by Islamic banks but significant reduction in the lending growth by conventional banks during the crisis period. ...

Browsing by Topic Islamic banking

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  • application_of_parol_evidence_rule_to_islamic_banking_in_malaysia_aishath.pdf.jpg
  • Academic Presentation


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2016)

  • Islamic banking is called shariah compliant banking as all transactions conducted in the banking transaction starting from product offering stage until the dispute resolution stage shall comply with the principles of Islamic law. As such the objective of this paper is to find out the application of parol evidence rule to Islamic banking in Malaysia and to find out whether the application of parol eveidence is compliant with the principles of Islamic law or not.

  • IFHubEd6_application_rule_78_vehicle_financing_islamic_banks_malaysia_omaima.pdf.jpg
  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Mohamed, Omaima Eltahir Babikir (2017)

  • Al-Ijarah Thumma al-Bay' (AITAB) is an innovative product designed for vehicle financing. Since its inception, AITAB has been a popular product due to the heightened demand by customers. Although AITAB is popular, it is not without condemn especially on the issue of using Rule 78, which is similar to conventional Hire-Purchase practise. This paper, attempts to address the issue of using Rule 78 which affects the customers in the case of default. A case study is used to compare the use of Rule 78 and simple profit rate methods on repaying the principal amount and the profit rate by the customer. The discussion is based upon the case on vehicle financing for three years and the impact o...

  • application_statutes_limitations_Islamic_banking_case_Malaysia_aishath.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath; Mustapha, Zakariya (2020)

  • Limitations of action designate extent of time after an event, as set by statutes of limitations, within which legal action can be initiated by a party to a transaction. No event is actionable outside the designated time as same is rendered statute-barred. This study aims to provide an insight into application and significance of Limitations Act 1950 and Limitation Ordinance 1952 to Islamic banking matters in Malaysia as well as Shariah viewpoint on the issue of limitation of action. In conducting the study, a qualitative research methodology is employed where reported Islamic banking cases from 1983 to 2018 in Malaysia were reviewed and analysed to ascertain the application of those ...

  • application_tawidh_gharamah_Islamic_banking_Malaysia_aishath et al.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath; Zainudin, Nur Adibah; Ali, Ruqayyah; Ibrahim, Siti Nadzirah; Mustapha, Zakariya (2019)

  • The objective of this paper is to explore the practical application of ta'widh and gharamah in Islamic banking in Malaysia with reference to the guidelines that are applicable to date; and find out the issues detected in the implementation of them. In the course of doing this, Shariah reasons for imposing ta'widh and gharamah in Islamic banking are discussed. Also, whether ta'widh and gharamah would be required for Islamic banking with reference to possible alternatives to them is also discussed. This qualitative study primarily focuses on library research and adopts case study approach for analyzing the application of ta'widh and gharamah. The jurisdiction of the study is Malaysia be...

  • approaches_to_Islamic_banking_in_the_Gulf.pdf.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Wilson, Rodney (2012)

  • Islamic banking is more developed in the Gulf region that anywhere else in the world. Although there is much information and writings on Islamic banking on the Arab side of the Gulf, much less is available on the workings of the Islamic banking system in Iran. The aim here is to examine the very different approaches taken by Iran and its Guld Arab neighbors to Islamic banking. The political factors that determined these different approaches will be analyzed and their implications explored.

  • Are_deposit_investment_accounts_Islamic_banks_Malaysia_interest_free_Shamsher_Eskandar.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ramadili Mohd, Shamsher Mohamad; Mohd Rasid, Mohamed Eskandar Shah (2014)

  • Islamic banking and Finance (IBF) provides products and services guided by the Shariah. Therefore, they are supposed to be different from their conventional counterparts. Islamic deposit rates should be different from conventional deposit rates. Islamic banking profit rates are supposedly less risky due to risksharing attribute embedded in their structure as compared to the conventional banking interest rates on similar-risk investment products. This paper addresses this concern by examining the differences in the monthly fixed deposit rates of conventional and investment deposit rates of Islamic banks and finance companies in Malaysia for the period from January 1994 to December 2012...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Nazarbaev, Azamat (2016)

  • The paper examines the level of awareness of the people in the Kyrgyz Republic about Islamic Banking and Finance and whether they are willing to adopt an Islamic financial system in the country. It also attempts to explore population's opinion of the mechanism of the banking business in general. Questionnaire forms were developed and distributed among 300 nationals. It has been found that while a small proportion of the practicing Muslims have some notion of Islamic Banking and Finance, non-practicing Muslims and non-Muslims almost completely lack in this field of knowledge ...

  • Bank_competition_and_stability_moutaz.pdf.jpg
  • Newsletter & Bulletin


  • Authors: Abojeib, Mhd Moutaz (2016)

  • Numerous attempts have been made to discover the effect of competition on banking stability, before and after the recent global financial crisis. Despite the rich theoretical and empirical literature on the topic, two contradictory views are observed; the competition-fragility view and the competition stability view. On one hand, the former view argues that higher competition leads to more pressure on profits and hence induces banks' management to take higher risk strategies. On the other, the supporters of the competition-stability hypothesis argue that banks in more competitive markets tend to charge lower rates, which reduces the entrepreneurs' cost of borrowing and increases the s...

  • the_bank_lending_channel_monetary_policy_transmission_dual_banking_system_mansoribrahim.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H. (2017)

  • This paper examines the impact of monetary policy on bank lending in a dual banking system, i.e. Malaysia. Making use of an unbalanced panel data set of 38 Islamic and conventional banks covering mostly 2001-2014, we find evidence that variations in monetary policy affect lending growth of Islamic banks and, to some extent, conventional banks. The results further reveal that, in comformity with studies using aggregate Islamic financing data, the Islamic financing growth reacts more strongly to monetary policy changes.

  • Bank_lending_deposits_and_risk_taking_in_times_of_crisis_mansor.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Rizvi, Syed Aun Raza (2018)

  • In this study, we conduct a panel analysis of Islamic and conventional banks to ascertain whether Islamic banks are able to sustain financing supply and whether its growth is higher than conventional bank lending growth in times of stress. For concreteness, we also assess whether the sustained financing supply of Islamic banks is justified by a concomitant increase in Islamic deposit growth and is not linked to excessive risk taking. Utilizing a panel sample of 25 Islamic banks and 114 conventional banks from 10 dual-banking countries, we observe sustained financing supply by Islamic banks but significant reduction in the lending growth by conventional banks during the crisis period. ...