Day: October 21, 2017

Determinants of Islamic Banking Deposit: Empirical Evidence from Indonesia

Download: PDF Abstract This paper is aimed at examining factors that influence the level of deposit in Indonesia Islamic banking. Data were collected from December 2000 to January 2011 which includes total deposit, interest rate, Islamic deposit rate, inflation, income and financial crisis. Cointegration test and impulse response functions are employed to examine the long …

Factors Influence Customer Loyalty in Kuwait Islamic Banks: An Exploratory Study

Download: PDF Abstract Protecting market share against rival firms is more important than ever due to the decline in market growth rate and the increase in the competition. The main requirement for protecting market share is to create loyal customers. Therefore, the main objective of this paper is to examine interrelationships between service quality, emotional …

Factors Determine Islamic Banking Performance in Malaysia: A Multiple Regression Approach

Download: PDF Abstract Evidence has shown that Islamic banking is experiencing tremendous development since the last three decades, especially in Malaysia. This study is aimed at investigating factors that determine the Islamic banking performance in Malaysia, particularly in the period of 2006 to 2010. The predictors are loan loss provision to total assets, net loans …

The Susceptibility of Islamic Banks’ Credit Risk Towards Macroeconomic Variables

Download: PDF Abstract Credit risk is the most anticipated risk in the banking system. It is one of the key elements to assess systemic risk and stress testing financial fragility which is very helpful to come up with macro-prudential surveillance in financial systems. Unlike the conventional banking system, there is dearth of empirical study on …

Service Quality Evaluation of Islamic Banks in UAE: An Importance-Performance Analysis Approach

Download: PDF Abstract The landscape of modern financial institution has seen its dominance not only by conventional banks but also Islamic banking system. The intense competition brought about due to this development has earned service quality an important determinant of customer loyalty. As such this study is aimed at evaluating the service quality of Islamic …

The Role of Awareness in Islamic Bank Patronizing Behavior of Mauritanian: An Application of TRA

Download: PDF Abstract This paper is aimed at examining the role of awareness and the applicability of the theory of reasoned action (TRA) in predicting the intention of people to patronize Islamic Banks in Mauritania. A total of 227 respondents were involved and structural equation model was used to measure the relationship between the exogenous …

Withdrawal Behavior of Malaysian Islamic Bank Customers: Empirical Evidence from Three Major Issues

Download: PDF Abstract As interest is prohibited, the reliance of Islamic banking towards bank deposits from depositors is higher than conventional banking. Efforts that could help in preventing funds withdrawal by the depositors thus become necessary in order to avoid bank instability. This study is aimed at investigating factors that may influence the withdrawal behavior …

Customer Satisfaction and Switching Behavior in Saudi Islamic Banks: An Exploratory Study

Download: PDF Abstract Investigating Islamic banks customer satisfaction and switching behaviour is imperative for the Islamic banking industry because it could assist in explaining the level of relationship between Islamic banks and their customers. Accordingly, the present study is aimed at examining customer satisfaction and switching behaviour of Islamic banks’ customers for the case of …

Determinants of Islamic Banking Profitability in Malaysia

Download: PDF Abstract Islamic banks were experiencing tremendous growth by showing high profitability level and less affected by the financial turmoil. Thus, the objective of this paper is to investigate the impact of bank-specific as well as industry-specific and macroeconomic indicators upon Islamic banks profitability, particularly in Malaysia, for the period of 2006 to 2010. …

Factors Influence Switching Behavior of Islamic Bank Customers in Malaysia

Download: PDF Abstract An Islamic bank is now not only facing competition from its peer Islamic banks but also from conventional banks, which offer Islamic banking products through their Islamic subsidiary. When the competition becomes tougher, customers are given more options to choose their banks and switch from their current bank to other Islamic banks. …