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Risk Management Practices and Islamic Bankers’ Perception about Potential Risk in Islamic Countries

Riaz, Samina and Khan, Muhammad Irfan and Iqbal, Athar (2018): Risk Management Practices and Islamic Bankers’ Perception about Potential Risk in Islamic Countries. Published in: Journal of Managerial Sciences , Vol. 12, No. 3 (30 December 2018): pp. 159-177.

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Abstract

This paper investigates the extent to which the Islamic bankers (Risk managers & Chief Financial Officers, (CFOs) understand risk management practices and perception of Islamic bankers about identification of potential risks in Malaysia, UAE and Pakistan. The sample consists of forty eight risk managers and CFOs in three Islamic countries. The results indicate that Malaysia has more females (59%) working as risk managers and CFOs between the age of 31-40 years than UAE and Pakistan. Moreover, Malaysian risk managers and CFOs have better understanding of risk management practices as well as identification of potential risk. After Malaysia the UAE is better in risk management practices as compared to Pakistan. Similarly, Malaysian risk managers and CFOs can clearly identify the potential risk. After Malaysia the UAE risk managers and CFOs can also identify the potential risk. On the other hand, Pakistani risk managers and CFOs are comparatively weak in identification of potential risk. The findings of this paper will be beneficial for the bankers, investors, depositors and policy makers to implement efficient risk monitoring techniques and to ensure the availability of well trained employees.

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