Browsing by Topic Islamic capital markets::Islamic interbank money market

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  • Authors: Lahsasna, Ahcene; Shayad, Faisal (2014)

  • In managing liquidity, conventional banks resort to investing in treasury bills, overdrafts, placements with the central bank or with other conventional banks in order to gain interest, even if the placement is only overnight. However, it is not possible for Islamic banks to use the same instruments because of the numerous Shari'ah violations in them. Furthermore, Islamic banks have alternative financial products that are derived from Islamic jurisprudence. They can use various contracts such as qard hasan (benevolent loan), mudarabah (profit sharing between a capital provider and an entrepreneur who contributes only his labor and expertise), murabahah (mark-up sale), or other Shari'a...

Browsing by Topic Islamic capital markets::Islamic interbank money market

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  • Research Monograph


  • Authors: Lahsasna, Ahcene; Shayad, Faisal (2014)

  • In managing liquidity, conventional banks resort to investing in treasury bills, overdrafts, placements with the central bank or with other conventional banks in order to gain interest, even if the placement is only overnight. However, it is not possible for Islamic banks to use the same instruments because of the numerous Shari'ah violations in them. Furthermore, Islamic banks have alternative financial products that are derived from Islamic jurisprudence. They can use various contracts such as qard hasan (benevolent loan), mudarabah (profit sharing between a capital provider and an entrepreneur who contributes only his labor and expertise), murabahah (mark-up sale), or other Shari'a...