An examination of factors affecting excess liquidity problem of Islamic banking in Malaysia
After the global financial crisis, liquidity management has been a great concern to both Islamic and conventional banks, as liquidity management is linked to the bank's profitability and overall sustainability of financial system. While shortage of liquidity has taken centre-stage in Basel 3 reforms as a consequence of the US subprime loan crises, the problem of excess liquidity in Islamic banking remains unresolved in view of the lack of product offerings like medium term sukuk that should give relatively higher yields than short-term Islamic securities ...
Islamic banking , Liquidity management , Bank liquidity , Malaysia
Ali, M. H. (2017). An examination of factors affecting excess liquidity problem of Islamic banking in Malaysia (Master dissertation). INCEIF, Kuala Lumpur. Retrieved from https://ikr.inceif.org/handle/INCEIF/2636