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  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2012)

  • Malaysia is the cranium of Islamic banking and the most sophisticated laws on the matter could be found in Malaysia. Corporate governance legal infrastructure of Islamic banks is an area that is not explored much. Whenever a person talks about the corporate governance of Islamic banks, people perceive it as Shariah governance or the regulation of the Shariah Advisory Boards established in the Islamic banks. It has been misconceived that Islamic banks only apply Shariah or Islamic law which is not codified as legislations but based on what the Shariah scholars who sit in Shariah Advisory Boards derive. This may be the reason as to why Islamic banks are often considered to be prone to t...

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2012)

  • Corporate governance is not an easy term to define and there is no definition for available it. Some authors view corporate governance as an indescribable term like love and happiness; the nature of it is easy to understand, but it is difficult to describe in words. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's ('OECD') Principles of Corporate Governance of 20043 defines corporate governance as the system through which companies are directed and controlled. Shariah corporate governance on the other hand, simply refers to corporate governance affairs which are in consistent with Islamic law. Shariah governance4 is just one part of the broad principle of Shariah corporate...

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: A. Rahman, Aisyah; Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Mydin Meera, Ahamed Kameel (2009)

  • This study investigates the impact of lending structure on the insolvency risk exposure. A comparative analysis between the insolvency risk behavior between the Islamic and conventional banks is made. Our findings show that real estate lending is positively related to the conventional banks’ risk, but inversely related to the Islamic banks’ risk exposure. Thus, the policy makers as well as the banks should react accordingly in the decision making process.

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  • PhD


  • Authors: Mohd Amin, Syajarul Imna (2016)

  • This research examines comparatively the impact of cost efficiency and other relevant determinants of liquidity risk of Islamic banks and conventional banks in 16 OIC countries from 1999 to 2013. The study employs three-stage empirical approaches to analyse the data. First, cost efficiency is estimated using DEA with the input output specifications based on intermediation approach and value added approach for traditional versus non-traditional banking activities. Second, liquidity risk determinants model is analysed using panel static (LSDV) and panel dynamic model (system GMM) ... Available in physical copy and downloadable format (Call Number: t HG 1656 A3 S981)

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2012)

  • Shariah corporate governance could be defined as the way in which a corporation is directed, managed and controlled through the application of Shariah law or in a manner that is consistent with Shariah law. In the modern world application of conventional corporate governance principles to Islamic banks, not all of the conventional practices are rejected; but rather, an additional layer of corporate governance principles derived from Shariah law is added to the existing layer of it. However, in the course of doing this, if the conventional corporate governance principles are contrary to the Shariah principles, then only the contradictory part of the conventional law would be harmonised...

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  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Aysan, Ahmet F.; Disli, Mustafa; Ng, Adam Boon Ka; Ozturk, Huseyin (2017)

  • Events such as the 'credit crunch', 'bank run', 'financial contagion', 'flight to quality' and 'systemic risks' have widely transpired in recent times. One important dimension permeating these events is the dynamic link between macroeconomic shocks and banks' behaviour. Economic crises experienced by five East Asian countries in the late 1990s were accompanied by financial sector problems. The Great Recession of the late 2000s also corresponded to heightened solvency risks affecting over-leveraged banks and financial institutions in many developed countries. In a world of imperfect information, adverse macroeconomic shocks could weaken firms' balance sheets, diminish bank capital and ...

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  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2018)

  • Maldives Islamic Bank (MIB) is the first and only fully-fledged Islamic bank operating in the country since 2011. It started with only one office in the capital Male and over the years, it has expanded to other parts of the country. The latest branch is the Fuvahmulah branch opened on the 24th December 2017 at Gn. Fuvahmulah. This newly opened branch offers a complete range of banking products and services compliant with the Islamic Shariah, including deposit and investment accounts, consumer and business financing facilities, trade finance, remittance, electronic banking and other ancillary services. The branch is headed by a branch manager and supported by six experienced staff.

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  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed (2013-07-01)

  • Although the Islamic finance and banking is going to hit the US$2 trillion mark sometime this year, there are many Muslims (academics, potential and current depositors and customers) who are sceptical about Islamic banking. Potential and current customers compare the mark ups charged by Islamic banks and whenever Islamic banking mark ups are higher than their interest-charging counterparts, they assume Islamic banking is not Islamic.

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  • PhD


  • Authors: Alaeddin, Omar (2015)

  • Market discipline is one of the main pillars for stability and resiliency in banking system (Basel II, 2004).The mechanism of market discipline primarily relies on the role of depositors who receive timely information and act accordingly through their respective accounts. Empirical evidence shows the presence of market discipline, whereby non-insured depositors react to risk factors of the bank accordingly either by withdrawing their deposit (quantity mechanism model) or demanding higher return (price mechanism model), although there is an interactive relation between the both mechanisms (interactive dynamic model). In tandem with conventional banking system, Islamic banking also emph...

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  • Authors: Najibullah, Syed (2016)

  • The study aims at addressing marketing effectiveness of both Islamic banks and conventional banks by using a modified "chain-of-effect" framework. Against the current literature, which, based on the customer survey, reports lack of marketing activities by the Islamic banks, the study undertakes a bank perspective to explore the Islamic bank's behavior in this regard. Applying fixed effect panel regression on the quarterly data of ten banks (five Islamic & five conventional) in Malaysia, the study aims at exploring the influence of the marketing efforts on performance (both financial & non-financial) and if such relation varies by the type of banks in Malaysia ... Kindly email to k...

Browsing by Topic Islamic banking

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Showing results 96 to 105 of 164
  • laws_pertinent_to_corporate_governance_of_Islamic_banks_Malaysia_aishath.PDF.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2012)

  • Malaysia is the cranium of Islamic banking and the most sophisticated laws on the matter could be found in Malaysia. Corporate governance legal infrastructure of Islamic banks is an area that is not explored much. Whenever a person talks about the corporate governance of Islamic banks, people perceive it as Shariah governance or the regulation of the Shariah Advisory Boards established in the Islamic banks. It has been misconceived that Islamic banks only apply Shariah or Islamic law which is not codified as legislations but based on what the Shariah scholars who sit in Shariah Advisory Boards derive. This may be the reason as to why Islamic banks are often considered to be prone to t...

  • legal_evolution_Shariah_corporate_governance_Islamic_banking_in_Malaysia_aishath.PDF.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2012)

  • Corporate governance is not an easy term to define and there is no definition for available it. Some authors view corporate governance as an indescribable term like love and happiness; the nature of it is easy to understand, but it is difficult to describe in words. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's ('OECD') Principles of Corporate Governance of 20043 defines corporate governance as the system through which companies are directed and controlled. Shariah corporate governance on the other hand, simply refers to corporate governance affairs which are in consistent with Islamic law. Shariah governance4 is just one part of the broad principle of Shariah corporate...

  • lending_structure_bank_insolvency_risk_mansor.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: A. Rahman, Aisyah; Ibrahim, Mansor H.; Mydin Meera, Ahamed Kameel (2009)

  • This study investigates the impact of lending structure on the insolvency risk exposure. A comparative analysis between the insolvency risk behavior between the Islamic and conventional banks is made. Our findings show that real estate lending is positively related to the conventional banks’ risk, but inversely related to the Islamic banks’ risk exposure. Thus, the policy makers as well as the banks should react accordingly in the decision making process.

  • PhD_liquidity_risk_determinants_Syajarul_Imna.pdf.jpg
  • PhD


  • Authors: Mohd Amin, Syajarul Imna (2016)

  • This research examines comparatively the impact of cost efficiency and other relevant determinants of liquidity risk of Islamic banks and conventional banks in 16 OIC countries from 1999 to 2013. The study employs three-stage empirical approaches to analyse the data. First, cost efficiency is estimated using DEA with the input output specifications based on intermediation approach and value added approach for traditional versus non-traditional banking activities. Second, liquidity risk determinants model is analysed using panel static (LSDV) and panel dynamic model (system GMM) ... Available in physical copy and downloadable format (Call Number: t HG 1656 A3 S981)

  • loopholes_shariah_corporate_governance_aishath.PDF.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2012)

  • Shariah corporate governance could be defined as the way in which a corporation is directed, managed and controlled through the application of Shariah law or in a manner that is consistent with Shariah law. In the modern world application of conventional corporate governance principles to Islamic banks, not all of the conventional practices are rejected; but rather, an additional layer of corporate governance principles derived from Shariah law is added to the existing layer of it. However, in the course of doing this, if the conventional corporate governance principles are contrary to the Shariah principles, then only the contradictory part of the conventional law would be harmonised...

  • macroeconomic shocks and Islamic bank behavior in turkey_Ahmet_Mustafa_Adam_Huseyin.jpg.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Aysan, Ahmet F.; Disli, Mustafa; Ng, Adam Boon Ka; Ozturk, Huseyin (2017)

  • Events such as the 'credit crunch', 'bank run', 'financial contagion', 'flight to quality' and 'systemic risks' have widely transpired in recent times. One important dimension permeating these events is the dynamic link between macroeconomic shocks and banks' behaviour. Economic crises experienced by five East Asian countries in the late 1990s were accompanied by financial sector problems. The Great Recession of the late 2000s also corresponded to heightened solvency risks affecting over-leveraged banks and financial institutions in many developed countries. In a world of imperfect information, adverse macroeconomic shocks could weaken firms' balance sheets, diminish bank capital and ...

  • maldives_islamic_bank_to_expand_outreach_in_2018_Aishath.pdf.jpg
  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Muneeza, Aishath (2018)

  • Maldives Islamic Bank (MIB) is the first and only fully-fledged Islamic bank operating in the country since 2011. It started with only one office in the capital Male and over the years, it has expanded to other parts of the country. The latest branch is the Fuvahmulah branch opened on the 24th December 2017 at Gn. Fuvahmulah. This newly opened branch offers a complete range of banking products and services compliant with the Islamic Shariah, including deposit and investment accounts, consumer and business financing facilities, trade finance, remittance, electronic banking and other ancillary services. The branch is headed by a branch manager and supported by six experienced staff.

  • maqasid_driven_islamic_banking_some_suggested_baby_steps_shahul_2013.pdf.jpg
  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Mohamed Ibrahim, Shahul Hameed (2013-07-01)

  • Although the Islamic finance and banking is going to hit the US$2 trillion mark sometime this year, there are many Muslims (academics, potential and current depositors and customers) who are sceptical about Islamic banking. Potential and current customers compare the mark ups charged by Islamic banks and whenever Islamic banking mark ups are higher than their interest-charging counterparts, they assume Islamic banking is not Islamic.

  • item.jpg
  • PhD


  • Authors: Alaeddin, Omar (2015)

  • Market discipline is one of the main pillars for stability and resiliency in banking system (Basel II, 2004).The mechanism of market discipline primarily relies on the role of depositors who receive timely information and act accordingly through their respective accounts. Empirical evidence shows the presence of market discipline, whereby non-insured depositors react to risk factors of the bank accordingly either by withdrawing their deposit (quantity mechanism model) or demanding higher return (price mechanism model), although there is an interactive relation between the both mechanisms (interactive dynamic model). In tandem with conventional banking system, Islamic banking also emph...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Najibullah, Syed (2016)

  • The study aims at addressing marketing effectiveness of both Islamic banks and conventional banks by using a modified "chain-of-effect" framework. Against the current literature, which, based on the customer survey, reports lack of marketing activities by the Islamic banks, the study undertakes a bank perspective to explore the Islamic bank's behavior in this regard. Applying fixed effect panel regression on the quarterly data of ten banks (five Islamic & five conventional) in Malaysia, the study aims at exploring the influence of the marketing efforts on performance (both financial & non-financial) and if such relation varies by the type of banks in Malaysia ... Kindly email to k...