International Journal of Excellence in Islamic Banking and Finance


ISSN: 2220-8291
Volume: 4 Issue: 1

Editorial
 

One of the most significant differences between conventional financial systems and Islamic financial systems is the common use of interest in monetary transactions. While permitted (and encouraged) in conventional economies, the use of interest, or riba, is prohibited in ...


Articles
  • Rural Development Scheme (RDS) of the Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) Through the Lenses: An Analysis as an Alternative Microfinance Program

      Purpose: The paper aims to analyse the successes and failures of the Rural Development Scheme (RDS) of Islami Bank Ban...


  • An Exploratory Analysis of Islamic Finance Products for Housing Finance in the UK Market

    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide an exploratory analysis


  • Islam and Human Development

    Purpose: The paper aims to present the Islamic appraisal of established theories in academic literature of development economics, both in c...


  • Tawarruq Practice for Liquidity Management: Comparative Study between Komoditi Syariah Indonesia and Bursa Suq Al Sila` Malaysia



    Purpose - The main purpose of this pape...



  • Comparison between Islamic and Conventional Banking: Evidence from Malaysia

    Purpose: To determine the financial performance of Islamic banks and non-Islamic banks from 2003 to 2010 in Malaysia by applyin...


  • Islamic Venture Capital in Malaysia: Development, Constraints and Way Forward

    Purpose: This study aims at examining the development of the Malaysian Islamic venture capital industry including ...