Islamic Banking and Financial Crisis
: Habib Ahmed and Mehmet Asutay, and Rodney Wilson
: Banking and Financial, global financial crisis, Islamic Development Bank
: Edinburgh University Press
Do Islamic fi nancial institutions perform better than their conventional counterparts
during periods of fi nancial stress? To what extent do systems for managing
risk have to be adapted for Islamic fi nancial institutions given the unique characteristics
of their assets and liabilities and given the need for Sharīʿah compliance?
The eleven contributors to this book address these issues, which have come to
prominence since the global fi nancial crisis of 2008 and the subsequent recession.
The study explores the challenges for Islamic fi nancial institutions in an international
system where banks under Basel III are required to have more capital
and liquidity to deal with future shocks. Governance issues are also examined, as
these infl uence client and investor perceptions and ultimately have implications
for institutional stability and sustainability.
The book is an outcome of a conference organised by the Islamic Research
and Training Institute of the Islamic Development Bank Group and Durham
University, both of which have been centres for research in Islamic fi nance for
over three decades. As the Islamic fi nance industry has grown it has inevitably
faced greater challenges, the most recent of which was the global fi nancial crisis.
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