Therefore, this research is conducted to study the factors which determine profitability of islamic banking institutions in Malaysia, where special focus is given on bank-specific characteristic and macroeconomic characteristics. The study will assist Islamic Banks in Malaysia to improve their profitability and in turn, the competitiveness and efficiency of Islamic banking system to enable it to be developed in line or even better compared to conventional
After that , a lot of success come to his life and this shows us that , success will not appear without an effort. One of the biggest award receive by Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhari is during Awal Muharram Ceremony. He was announced and awarded as "Tokoh Ma'al Hijrah" by The Yang Di Pertuan Agong of Malaysia in recognition of his contribution to nation building. Apart from that, in appreciation of his services and contributions, he was bestowed with several awards and one of the award is Panglima Setia Mahkota (P.S.M.) by His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong, which carries the title Tan Sri and the Dato' Setia Mahkota Kedah (D.S.D.K.)
They should educate customers by public seminars and discussions regarding the benefits that Islamic Banking system in some aspects provides better value and serves as an alternative financial approach that is not limited for Muslims but any religion. With these approaches, Islamic Financial institutions in Malaysia can gain more popularity and further enhance the system to a better financial market place. Dr Amat Taap Manshor proposed that the scarcity of human resources in Islamic Finance ihttps://www.grammarly.com/?q=writing&utm_source=placement&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=46860A.png&utm_term=paperraters an ongoing problem and there isn’t specific timeframe whether the issue can be resolved, thus continuous effort from all parties is needed. (The Star Online, 2015). Malaysia should seeks to become a centre of talent developer and supplier instead of just acquiring them.
Prathama bank, the primary Regional Rural Bank of the nation was set up on second October, 1975 with its Head Office at Moradabad according to the law issued by the Government of India in 1975 and was supported by Syndicate Bank. The Bank is instantly serving the general population in the regions of Moradabad, Jyotiba Phule Nagar and Rampur of Western Uttar Pradesh. The proprietor boat of the Bank has been vested with Govt. of India (half), Syndicate Bank (35%) and Govt. Of Uttar Pradesh (15%).The Bank has 202 branches and has more than 23 lacs customers.
May 1997 Incorporation of ASEAN Retakaful International (L) Ltd. in the international offshore Financial Centre, Labuan. November 1998 MNI Takaful changed its name to Takaful Nasional Sdn. Berhad. February 2001 Establishment of islamic banking and Finance Institue Malaysia. July 2002 Establishment of the Malaysian Takaful Association (MTA).
ANALYSIS Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary is one of the most successful leader; the richest and popular bumiputera business tycoon in Malaysia. He does involve himself in various business areas such as plantations, property development, transportation and logistics, and defence and armory. (Firdausabdmanaf, 2007). Definitely it is not easy to become the 7th richest Malaysian, there are some significant and specific personalities leading him to succeed. Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary was not born with the silver spoon but he possessed with the leadership skills to make him success today.
Abstract The assignment will focus upon one of the Tashi groups branches Tashi Bank. Tashi bank is the fourth commercial bank and with the license from RMA (Royal Monetary Authority) under the financial acts of Bhutan 1992. It also has been incorporated under the company’s act of Bhutan (Tashi group). Tashi bank was established in March 12, 2010 in Thimphu as a head office and to expand the branches of the bank networking across the country (Tashi group). The branches of the Tashi bank were opened in Phuntsholing, Wangdue and Gelephu.
Therefore, modern banking institutions, which gradually became essential to the commercial activity of the entire world, were totally antithetical to the guidance revealed to humankind through the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Many Muslims, believing in the prohibition of interest, remained aloof from this modern system of banking, and those who did enter the field restricted themselves to the routine work necessary for their employment. This was done because they had reservations about interest-based transactions and also because, owing to their political decline, they were unable to control the wheel of international commercial transactions. RULES OF ISLAMIC FINANCE: The rules of Islamic finance adhere to the broad principles of avoiding Maysir and Qimar which are gambling and speculation along with Gharar which is uncertainty coupled with exploitation and unfairness. This closes the door to the concept of interest and precludes the use of conventional debt-based
So as to clarify the two main concepts of research, the service quality and the satisfaction of the customer, the author will discuss in details the definition of both quality and satisfaction in the following part. Starting with the definition of both customer satisfaction and service quality, I will be defining the term ?Customer Satisfaction? ; which is a commonly used term in business world to determine and estimate the types of services and products provided by a company to meet its customer's expectations. Customer satisfaction can be described as the key performance indicator (KPI) of any service company. Literature prove that the main key to lifelong business success is the customer satisfaction (Zeithami et al., 1996) which is a consequence of purchase and use resulting from the buyers' comparison of the revenue and expense of the purchase in rapport to the expected results (Churchill and Surprenant
K., Lau, E., Liew, V. K. S., & Puah, C. H. (2010). Does debts foster economic growth? The experience of Malaysia. African Journal of Business Management, 4(8), 1564-1575. Financial Crisis of 1997/1998 in Malaysia: Causes, Impacts and Recovery Plans.