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  • 1. Presentation on Islamic Banking
    • Presented by : Ramesh Sharma (B-28)
    • Rohit Mishra (B-39)
    • Prabhat Mani Tripathi (A-20)
  • 2. History of Islamic finance
    • 1500 years of development.
    • During Classical period, commerce flourished under Islamic commercial law.
    • Development languished under impact of colonialism and huge Western firms.
    • Revival began in 1960’s.
  • 3. Inception of Islamic Banking
    • Dubai Islamic Bank - 1975
    • modest beginnings
    • Initiated by businessmen who did not want to deal with interest based system
    • Hostile environment
  • 4. History of Islamic finance
    • Increasing rapid growth and sophistication.
    • Challenged by conventional banking system
    • Lack of public awareness
  • 5. Success Story
    • 300 + Islamic financial institutions
    • $ 500 - 800 bn in funds
    • Islamic banking by major academic institutions
  • 6. Success Story
    • Important database system (HIFIP)
    • Standards for the Industry (AAOIFI)
    • Recognition by IMF, World Bank and Basel Committee
  • 7. Important Reasons for Global Interest in Islamic Banking
    • Good opportunity for investment
    • Challenge to the conventional interest-based Capitalistic System
    • Demand of Muslim population in many countries outside the Muslim world.
  • 8.  
  • 9. Islamic Finance Today
    • Widely used and flexible tool in international finance.
    • Devout Muslims have been locked out of many individual financial vehicles.
    • Many personal alternatives now available
  • 10. Religious/Ethical/Legal
    • In the West, Religion/Ethics/Legal only loosely overlap.
    • Islamic Sharia’a encompasses all three.
    • Sharia’a is the body of islamic principles with respect to life’s activities.
  • 11. Religious/Ethical/Legal
    • Derived from three sources:
        • Quran , revelations from God.
        • Sunnah , authenticated sayings and actions of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) .
        • Fiqh, collection of interpretations / rulings / precepts based on the Quran and Sunnah.
  • 12. Difference between Islamic and Conventional Modes of Finance Bank Client money money + money (interest) Conventional
  • 13. Difference between Islamic and Conventional Modes of Finance Bank Client Islamic Goods & Services money
  • 14. Structure of Hierarchy
  • 15. Major Contracts Used in Islamic Banking
    • Buying & Selling
    • Mudaraba: Investment management
    • Musharaka: Partnership
    • Ijarah : Leasing
    • Wakalah : Agency
    • Istisna’: Contract of works
  • 16. Objective Of Islamic Banking: Banking Without Riba The main objective of an Islamic Bank is to prohibit Muslims from dealing with interest or usury ( Riba ) which has been strictly prohibited by Allah, and to protect them from one of the biggest sins Dubai Islamic Bank Statement
  • 17. Principles Governing Islam Aqidah (Faith and Belief) Shariah (Practices and Activities) Akhlaq (Moralities and Ethics)
  • 18. Shariah Requirements
    • Avoidance of prohibitions
    • Ensuring that the contract have all their essential elements with their necessary conditions
  • 19. Shariah Requirements
    • The prohibitions are:
        • Producing and trading of impure materials,
        • Producing and trading of materials which are of no use,
        • Gharar,
        • Riba ands
        • Involvement of gambling
  • 20. Strategies
    • Financial services are growing fast in the world.
    • Year 1998 the finance institution and insurance represented 7.98% from GDP of UAE
    • Year 2001 the finance sector had grown to reach 11%, which shows the level of financial services in the country.
    • This presentation includes information about the PEST Analysis
  • 21. Focus Areas
  • 22. Worldwide Statistics
  • 23.  
  • 24. Market Performance
  • 25. Strategic Difference
  • 26.
    • Principles & values
      • Known and trusted for our high standards of corporate responsibility, we are committed to building a sustainable business through social inclusion, environmental protection and good governance.
  • 27. PEST Analysis
    • Political Factors
    • Economic Factors
    • Socio culture factors
    • Technical Factors
  • 28. Five Forces Model
    • Threat of New entrants
    • Rivalry among Existing firms
    • Bargaining power of buyers
    • Bargaining power of suppliers
    • Threat of Substitute products or services
  • 29. Threat of New entrants
    • Economy of Scale
    • Product Differentiation
    • Legal Barriers
  • 30. Rivalry among Existing firms
    • Equally balanced
    • Competitors
    • Lack of differentiation
    • Diverse Competitors
  • 31. Bargaining power of buyers
    • Size of buyers
    • Differentiation
    • The buyer has full
    • information
  • 32. Bargaining power of suppliers
    • Concentration or Size of Suppliers
    • Differentiation
    • Switching costs
    • Threat of Substitute products or services
  • 33.  
  • 34.  
  • 35. Thank you..

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