Risk and Regulation of Islamic Banking
The expert contributors examine why an ethical foundation is important and why the system requires well-thought-out regulations to ensure outcomes that protect the community's well-being. The volume explores in detail the nature of Islamic banking products and their risk elements, how the system differs from conventional banking in theory and practice, and how Islamic financial institutions are rated and regulated. It also connects Islamic finance to the mainstream theoretical literature on financial intermediation whilst exploring its differences.
Offering a detailed examination of the risk and regulation of Islamic banking products, this unique volume will be of great interest to Islamic and Western universities with courses in Islamic studies and finance. Islamic research centers and training institutes, central banks and Islamic regulatory agencies will also find this a valuable resource.
Contributors: M. Ariff, M.A.M. Ayob, O.I. Bacha, Z. Hassan, M. Iqbal, A. Kaleem, M.A Laldin, Y.K.Leng, M.K.Lewis, A. Mirakhor, S. Mohamad, M.Z. Othman, S.P. Parashar, V. Promwichit, M. Safari, M.T. Skully, R. Zaman