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Exploring the determinants of Pakistani Islamic Bank: Empirical Survey.

Hameed, Abdullah (2014): Exploring the determinants of Pakistani Islamic Bank: Empirical Survey.

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Abstract

The growth recorded by the banking industry in Pakistan prompted assess this advancement, the paper is an endeavor to measure and investigate the performance of Islamic banks in Pakistan over the period 2001 - 2014. In this profound dissection we assessed the interbank performance of Islamic banks in Pakistan. The realization of this target is guaranteed through building an investigation. The empirical research has been made in four significant performance indicators for banks i.e. profitability, risk, solvency and liquidity. Mean, standard deviation, T-test and F-test has been utilized to test the significance of the consequences of the sample. The essential finding of the survey relied on annual reports of banks. This study figures out that not just Islamic banks are less productive than the commercial banks in Pakistan, however the fundamental modes of Islamic keeping money, Mudharabah and Musharakah, are not mainstream in Pakistan.

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