Case Studies in Islamic Banking and Finance: Case Questions & Answers

Case Studies in Islamic Banking and Finance
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 Case Studies In Islamic Banking And Finance
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Brian Kettell
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Contents – CASE STUDIES IN ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE

About the Author xxiii

  1. Case Study 1: Ijara Contract 1
    1. Learning Outcomes 1
    2. Role of Ijara in Islamic Finance 1
    3. The Ijara Contract as a Mode of Islamic Finance 2
      1. What is the Ijara Contract? 2
      1. What is Car Ijara? 2
      1. In what Sense is Car Ijara Interest Free? 2
      1. What is the Difference between a Conventional Lease and
  2. an Islamic Lease? 3
    1. The Meezan Bank Car Ijara Scheme 6
  1. Appendix: Ijara Fatwa 9
  2. Case Study Questions 9
  3. Case Study 2: Musharaka Contract 13
    1. Learning Outcomes 13
    2. Role of Musharaka in Islamic Finance 13
    3. Summary of Musharaka 14
    4. Sharia’a Rules for Profit and Loss with Musharaka 14
      1. Distribution of Profits 14
      1. Sharing of Losses 15
  1. Management of Musharaka 15
  2. Sharia’a Rules for Musharaka 15
  3. Case 1 16
    1. Questions 17
  4. Case 2 17
    1. Questions 17
  • viii Contents
  1. Case Study 3: Diminishing Musharaka Contract 19
    1. Learning Outcomes 19
    2. Diminishing Musharaka as a Mode of Islamic Finance 19
    3. Summary of Diminishing Musharaka 20
    4. Sharia’a Rules for a Diminishing Musharaka Contract 20
    5. What is the Difference between Ijara Wa Iqtina and Diminishing
  2. Musharaka? 21
  3. Applications of Diminishing Musharaka 21
    1. House Purchase 21
    1. Service Sector 22
  1. Case Assumptions 22
  2. Sharia’a Considerations to be Noted 22
  3. Practical Shape of the Transaction 23
  4. Case Study Questions 23
  5. Case Study 4: Mudaraba Contract 25
    1. Learning Outcomes 25
    2. Mudaraba as a Mode of Islamic Finance 25
    3. Mudaraba and PLS – Pure Islamic Banking 25
      1. Mudaraba – Profit Sharing Agreement 26
      1. Sharia’a Rules for Mudaraba 27
  6. Case 1: Sharia’a Islamic Bank 28
    1. Case 1 Questions 28
  7. Mudaraba Contract with Various Partners 30
    1. Case 2 Questions 30
    1. Case 3 Questions 30
    1. Case 4 Questions 31
    1. Case 5 Questions 31
    1. Case 6 Questions 32
  8. Case Study 5: Murabaha, Musharaka, Ijara and Ijara wa Iqtina Contracts 33
    1. Learning Outcomes 33
    2. Case 1: Murabaha Contract 33
    3. Case 2: Musharaka Contract 34
      1. Musharaka with Profits 34
      1. Musharaka with Losses 35
  1. Case 3: Ijara: Operating Lease Contract 35
  2. Case 4: Ijara Wa Iqtina: Finance Lease Contract 36
  3. Case 5: Mudaraba with Murabaha Contracts 36
    1. Car Mudaraba with Murabaha 36
  4. Case Study 6: Islamic Home Finance 37
    1. Learning Outcomes 37
    2. Sharia’a-Compliant Mortgages 37
    3. Sharia’a-Compliant Structures for Islamic Home Finance 37
      1. Murabaha 38
      1. Ijara wa Iqtina 38
  1. Contents ix
  1. Diminishing Musharaka 39
    1. What is the Difference between Ijara wa Iqtina and Diminishing
  2. Musharaka? 40
    1. Applications of Diminishing Musharaka 41
    1. Istisna’a Contract 41
  3. Appendix 1: Manzil Home Purchase Plans (Murabaha) 41
    1. Murabaha (‘Deferred Sale Finance’) 41
    1. How does the Manzil Home Purchase Plan Work? 41
  4. Appendix 2: Devon Bank 42
    1. Residential Murabaha Purchase Agreement 42
  5. Appendix 3: Manzil Home Purchase Plans (Ijara) 43
    1. Ijara (‘Lease-to-Own’) 43
    1. How does it Work? 43
  6. Appendix 4: Devon Bank 44
    1. Residential Ijara Sale and Lease Transaction 44
  7. Appendix 5: Meezan ‘Easy Home’ Diminishing Musharaka Agreement 44
    1. Islamic Financing on a Diminishing Musharaka Basis 44
    1. What makes ‘Easy Home’ Sharia’a Compliant and how does
  8. it Differ from a Conventional Mortgage? 45
    1. Why is the Profit Margin Charged by Meezan Bank Correlated to Conventional Mortgage Market Trends? 45
    1. Is the Profit Rate Variable or Fixed? 45
    1. What if a Customer Fails to Pay Monthly Instalments? 45
  1. Case Study Questions 46
  2. Case Study 7: Sources of Finance for Islamic Banks 49
    1. Learning Outcomes 49
    2. Where do Islamic Banks get their Money from? 49
    3. Sources of Funds for Islamic Banks 49
      1. Current Accounts 49
      1. Savings Deposits 50
      1. Investment Deposits 51
  1. Case Study Questions 53
  2. Case Study 8: Financial Statement Analysis for Islamic Banks 55
    1. Learning Outcomes 55
    2. How do the Financial Statements of Islamic Banks Differ from those
  3. of Conventional Banks? 55
  1. Case Study Activities 55
  2. Case Study Questions 77
  3. Case Study 9: Islamic Investment Prohibitions 79
    1. Learning Outcomes 79
    2. Muslims have Strict Rules about what they are Allowed to Invest in 79
    3. Islamic Investment Prohibitions 80
    4. The Prohibition of Interest (Riba) 81
  1. x Contents
  1. Zakat and Islamic Prohibitions 82
    1. Who can Receive the zakat? 82
    1. How is zakat Connected with Islamic Prohibitions? 82
    1. Issues Regarding zakat, Tamlik and Sadaqah 82
  1. Case Study Questions 84
  2. Case Study 10: Opening an Islamic Bank within a Western
  3. Regulatory Framework 91
  1. Learning Outcomes 91
  2. First Islamic Bank in the European Union 91
  3. Issues in Creating an Islamic Bank Within
  4. a Western Regulatory Framework 92
    1. Background to the Creation of the Islamic Bank of Britain (IBB) 92
    1. The FSA’s Approach to Banking Authorisation 92
    1. IBB and the FSA 95
    1. Islamic Financial Products Offered by IBB 101
    1. How does IBB Ensure that its Products are Sharia’a Compliant? 105
    1. Financial Statements for 2005 and 2006 107
  1. Case Study Questions 108
  2. Case Study 11: Leverage and Islamic Banking 109
    1. Learning Outcomes 109
    2. Leverage and Islamic Banking 109
    3. What is Financial Leverage? 110
      1. What is the Debt to Equity Ratio? 110
  3. Financial Terminology: a Guide 110
    1. Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBIT) 110
    1. Earnings before tax (EBT) 111
    1. Earnings after tax (EAT) 111
    1. Return on equity (ROE) 111
    1. Earnings per share (EPS) 112
  1. Case Study Assumptions 112
  2. Case Study Questions 113
  3. Case Study 12: Impact of Non-performing Loans on Islamic and
  4. Conventional Banks 115
  1. Learning Outcomes 115
  2. Islamic Banking Principles Involve Risk Sharing, which should make
  3. them Less Vulnerable than their Conventional Counterparts 115
  1. Equity-Based Versus Debt-Based Banking 116
  2. Case Study Assumptions 116
  3. Case Study Questions 117
    1. Contents                                          xi
  • Case Study Answers                  
  • 119
  • Glossary                                                                                                                        151
  • Bibliography                                                                                                               157
  • Index                                                                                                                               165
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