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Title Islamic banking and financial crisis : reputation, stability and risks / edited by Habib Ahmed, Mehmet Asutay and Rodney Wilson.
Imprint Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2014]

Subject Banks and banking -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Financial crises -- Islamic countries.
Financial services industry -- Risk management -- Islamic countries.
Alt Name Ahmed, Habib,
Asutay, Mehmet,
Wilson, Rodney,
Description 1 online resource (xii, 244 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Reflecting on Islamic Banking and Financial Crisis: Risks, Reputation and Stability -- 2. Reshaping the Islamic Finance Industry: Applying the Lessons Learned from the Global Financial Crisis -- 3. Assessing the Resilience of Islamic Banks: An Empirical Analysis -- 4. Stability of Islamic Banks: A Comparison of Conventional and Islamic Banks -- 5. Islamic Banks' Financing Behaviour: A Pilot Study -- 6. Risk Management Practices of Islamic Banks: International Evidence -- 7. Liquidity Risk Management and Financial Performance of Islamic Banks: Empirical Evidence -- 8. Risk Management and Islamic Forward Contracts -- 9. Enhancing Governance, Accountability and Transparency in Islamic Financial Institutions: An Examination into Sharicah Internal Control Audit -- 10. Shariah Report: A Potential Tool for Shariah Non-compliant Risk Management -- 11. Survey on Shariah Governance Practices in Islamic Financial Institutions in Malaysia, GCC Countries and the UK -- 12. Towards Genuine Shariah Products with Lessons of the Financial Crisis.
Note Print version record.
Summary Do Islamic financial institutions perform better than their Western counterparts during periods of financial stress? How do Islamic financial institutions manage risk, given their unique characteristics and the need for Shari'ah compliance? Islamic Banking and Financial Crisis looks at the challenges for Islamic financial institutions in an international post-Basel II system where banks are required to have more capital and liquidity. It also examines the influence of governance on client and investor perceptions and their implications for institutional stability and sustainability. It concludes by suggesting how the Islamic financial industry can better fulfil both the legal and social requirements of Shari'ah. Key Features. Assesses how Islamic banks weathered the financial crisis and what lessons can be learnt Focuses on liquidity risk and the use of forward contracts to mitigate currency risk Appraises the work of internal Shari'ah audit units and the use of Shari'ah reports to reduce non-compliance risks Case studies from the Gulf, Malaysia, the UK, Pakistan, Turkey and GCC countries
ISBN 9780748672370 (webready PDF)
0748672370 (webready PDF)
9780748672394 (epub)
0748672397 (epub)
9780748647613 (hardback)
0748647619 (hardback)
9780748695133 (electronic bk.)
0748695133 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 40023328686
OCLC # 870272642
Additional Format Print version: Islamic banking and financial crisis. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2014] 9780748647613 (DLC) 2012361423 (OCoLC)828416301

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