The present study represents the start of a larger context for examining Islamic banking practices in Pakistan. https://doi.org/10.1108/QRFM-03-2017-0020 Download as .
The findings of the study can be used as a reference in future research projects in the areas of perceptions and awareness.
This paper represents the Analysis of Financial performance of FSIBL.
The first part discusses with the introduction and the objectives of the study.
The commercial banking system dominates the financial sector by dealing with the majority of financial transactions of a country.
The existence of Islamic and non-Islamic banks has contributed for the development of the economy.
Purpose-The purpose of this study is to examine the legal paradigm of multiple Sharia' board directorship practice from the Sharia' law concept of Maslahah Al-Mursalah (public interest). more Purpose-The purpose of this study is to examine the legal paradigm of multiple Sharia' board directorship practice from the Sharia' law concept of Maslahah Al-Mursalah (public interest).
Design/methodology/approach-It uses a doctrinal research method that relies on the commonly referred sources of Quran and Sunnah, with a specific focus on Maslahah Al-Mursalah and, where applicable, commentaries by contemporary scholars, academics and practitioners as well as translations of classical book of Fiqh.
Eleven banks used as a sample, with a purposive sampling approach.
Using regression methods, with the dependent variable is NPF, and independent variable for economic fundamentals using exchange rates, inflation, GDP and financial performance with FDR, CAR, OER.