Governance in Islamic Financial Institutions

  • Abd Al-Majid Al-Salahin University of Jordan . Jordan
Keywords: Governance, Financial Institutions, Islamic sharia

Abstract

This study aims to highlight the role of governance in Islamic financial institutions by explaining its concept, presenting a summary of its origins and development, stating its objectives, fields, and legitimacy, and presenting aspects of agreement and difference between governance in traditional banks and their counterparts. In Islamic banks, in addition to a set of proposals aimed at developing governance in Islamic financial institutions, leading to the most important findings and recommendations deposited in the conclusion.

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Author Biography

Abd Al-Majid Al-Salahin, University of Jordan . Jordan

College of Islamic Law

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Published
2021-01-27
How to Cite
Al-Salahin, A. A.-M. (2021). Governance in Islamic Financial Institutions. Dirassat Journal Economic Issue, 12(1), 619-639. Retrieved from http://journals.lagh-univ.dz/index.php/djei/article/view/1127
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