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Risk Analysis for Islamic Banks

ACCOUNT HOLDERS ACCOUNTANT ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING STANDARDS AMORTIZATION ARBITRATION ASSET CLASSIFICATION ASSET PORTFOLIO ASSET QUALITY ASSET-LIABILITY MANAGEMENT ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION AUDIT COMMITTEE AUDIT COMMITTEES BALANCE SHEET BANK ASSETS BANK BALANCE SHEET BANK SUPERVISION BANKING ASSETS BANKING CORPORATION BANKING INSTITUTIONS BANKING PRACTICE BANKING SYSTEM BANKING SYSTEMS BANKRUPTCY BANKRUPTCY PROCEDURES BROKERAGE CAPITAL ACCOUNTS CAPITAL ADEQUACY CAPITAL FORMATION CAPITAL INVESTMENT CAPITAL MARKETS CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS CASH BALANCES CASH FLOW CASH FLOWS CASH RESERVE CENTRAL BANK CHECK CLEARING COLLATERAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKING COMMERCIAL BANKS CONFLICT OF INTEREST CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS CONVENTIONAL BANKING CONVENTIONAL FINANCE CONVENTIONAL FINANCIAL MARKETS CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CREDIBILITY CREDIT CULTURE CREDIT RISK CREDITORS CURRENT ACCOUNT SURPLUSES CUSTODY DEBT DEBT CONTRACT DEBT CONTRACTS DEBT SECURITY DEBTOR DEGREES OF RISK DEPOSIT DEPOSITORS DEPOSITS DERIVATIVE DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS DEVELOPMENT BANK DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION DUE DILIGENCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ELECTRONIC FUNDS EQUITIES EQUITY CAPITAL EQUITY FUNDS EQUITY INVESTMENT EXPENDITURES FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITY FINANCIAL ASSETS FINANCIAL CAPITAL FINANCIAL CRISES FINANCIAL FLOWS FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL RISK FINANCIAL RISKS FINANCIAL STABILITY FINANCIAL STATEMENT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCING REQUIREMENTS FIXED INTEREST FIXED INTEREST RATE FRAUD FUND MANAGEMENT GLOBAL FINANCE GLOBAL MARKETS GOVERNANCE ISSUES HOLDING IMPLICIT GUARANTEES INFORMATIONAL ASYMMETRY INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANIES INTANGIBLE INTEREST RATES INTERNATIONAL BANK INTERNATIONAL FINANCE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MARKETS INVENTORY INVESTING INVESTMENT ASSETS INVESTMENT BANK INVESTMENT BANKING INVESTMENT BANKS INVESTMENT FUNDS INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES INVESTMENT RISK ISLAMIC BANK ISLAMIC BANKING ISLAMIC BANKS ISLAMIC BONDS ISLAMIC CAPITAL ISLAMIC CAPITAL MARKETS ISLAMIC ECONOMICS ISLAMIC FINANCE ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INDUSTRY ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTITUTION ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS ISLAMIC FINANCIAL MARKET ISLAMIC FINANCIAL MARKETS ISLAMIC FINANCIAL SERVICES ISLAMIC FINANCIAL SYSTEM ISLAMIC FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ISLAMIC FUNDS ISLAMIC INSURANCE ISLAMIC INVESTMENT ISLAMIC LAW ISLAMIC MORTGAGE ISLAMIC MORTGAGES ISLAMIC SCHOLARS ISSUANCE LEASE AGREEMENT LENDER LENDER OF LAST RESORT LENDERS LETTERS OF CREDIT LIABILITY LIABILITY SIDE LIABILITY SIDES LIMITED PARTNERSHIP LIQUIDITY LIQUIDITY RISK LOAN LOAN PRODUCTS LOANABLE FUNDS LONG-TERM CAPITAL LONG-TERM INVESTMENTS MARKET DISCIPLINE MARKET INDEX MARKET MAKERS MARKET RISK MARKET RISKS MARKET-MAKING MARKETABLE SECURITIES MATURITIES MATURITY MATURITY MISMATCH MIDDLEMEN MODERN FINANCIAL SYSTEM MONETARY FUND MONETARY POLICY MORAL HAZARD MORTGAGE MORTGAGES MUTUAL FUNDS PAR VALUE PAYMENT OF INTEREST PAYMENT SYSTEM PRIVATE EQUITY PROFIT MARGIN PROMISSORY NOTES PROPERTY RIGHTS RATE OF RETURN REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY STANDARDS REINVESTMENT RESERVE RESERVE REQUIREMENT RESERVES RETURN RETURN ON ASSETS RETURNS RIBA RISK EXPOSURE RISK EXPOSURES RISK MANAGEMENT RISK MEASUREMENT RISK PROFILE RISK SHARING SAVINGS BANKS SELF-REGULATORY AGENCY SETTLEMENT SHAREHOLDERS SHORT-TERM ASSETS SHORT-TERM DEPOSITS SOVEREIGN ENTITIES STATE BANK STOCKS SUKUK SUPERVISORY AUTHORITIES SUPERVISORY BOARD SUPERVISORY BOARDS TANGIBLE ASSET TANGIBLE ASSETS TRADE FINANCE TRADE FINANCING TRADING TRANSACTION TRANSFER RISKS TRANSPARENCY TREASURY TURNOVER UNIVERSAL BANK VALUE OF ASSETS
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Washington, DC: World Bank
Africa | South Asia | Middle East and North Africa
2012-06-01T19:59:49Z | 2012-06-01T19:59:49Z | 2008

This publication provides a comprehensive overview of topics related to the assessment, analysis, and management of various types of risks in the field of Islamic banking. It is an attempt to provide a high-level framework (aimed at non-specialist executives) attuned to the current realities of changing economies and Islamic financial markets. The Islamic financial system is not limited to banking; it also covers capital formation, capital markets, and all types of financial intermediation and risk transfer. Islamic finance was practiced predominantly in the Muslim world throughout the middle ages, fostering trade and business activities with the development of credit. The growth of Islamic finance coincided with the current account surpluses of oil-exporting Islamic countries. The Middle East saw a mushrooming of small commercial banks competing for surplus funds. The Islamic Republics of Iran, Pakistan, and Sudan announced their intention to make their financial systems compliant with Shariah.

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