يوجد فقط 14 صفحة متاحة للعرض العام
The financial sector saw a number of challenges posed by globalization and the internationalization and liberalization of trade in financial services, which reflected its impact on banking activities also emerged as a phenomenon of new financial institutions characterized the last of the twentieth century a third and become Islamic financial institutions of interest to the banking actors at the regional and international levels.
The study aims to highlight the importance of Islamic financial institutions of Islamic banks and investment funds and Takaful insurance as an alternative to traditional financial institutions where there is an Islamic financial institutions can be performed ably role played by those in the economic systems status, and all your study aimed to show the extent of the success of the Islamic financial institutions when applied in some Islamic countries as well as in some European countries, while only this failed financial institutions in the position systems for achieving these successes, not even born - the last - serious problems, the study also aims to highlight the impact of globalization on Islamic banking and financial institutions.
And it centered the problem of this study is to indicate whether the banks, Islamic financial institutions have proven it represents a qualitative addition to the banking and financial sector, and it’s already constitute increase the financial strength of the sector and supports the economic and financial strength, as the study shows the efficiency of Islamic banking operations compared to efficiently traditional banking operations in stand in front of globalization and in respect of the financial crises.The study came out a set of results which test the validity of hypotheses of the study and a statement that there is a positive effect of globalization on the banking Islamic institutions in some cases.
The study came out a set of recommendations including: the development of legislation and laws governing the work of Islamic financial institutions in line with the specificity of the work of these institutions and the need for the central bank to find private funds and financing instruments are consistent with the rules of Islamic law to fortify Islamic banks against liquidity risk.