International Journal of Excellence in Islamic Banking and Finance


ISSN: 2220-8291
Volume: 3 Issue: 2

Editorial

A key difference between the conventional and Islamic banking systems is the use of interest. Borrowing and lending at interest is a key component of the conventional banking system, however, the use of interest is forbidden in Islamic finance. The fundamental driver of this differ ...


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Articles
  • Islamic Micro-Investment Model As An Alternative To Conventional Microfinance In Nigeria

    Purpose - Despite the fact that microfinance gains popularity as an effective tool for fighting poverty, findings on the extent...


  • Examining Classical and Neo-Classical Theories of Development from Islamic Perspective and Islamic Solutions to Contemporary Development Problems

      Purpose: The development indicators show that the major part of the world is underdeveloped and warrants us to critica...


  • Analysis of the First Ijarah Sukuk Default In Indonesia:

      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyse the basic concept of how one Sukuk (an Islamic bond) could be in def...


  • Islamic Finance in India: An Assessment of Idea And Awareness

      Purpose- The purpose of the study is to highlight the current status of Islamic finance in India and...


  • The Concept Of The Time Value Of Money: A Shari‘Ah Viewpoint


    Purpose –The purpose of this study is to examine the legal authority of the time value of money in Islam and its application in contemporary Islamic finance. The study aims to est...



  • Waqf Awareness Among University Students In Malaysia: An Empirical Study

    Purpose - The main purpose of the study is to test the level of Waqf awareness among university stud...