Master of Business Administration Executive
Faculty / School
Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)
Year of Award
MBA Executive Research Project
The corporate sector receives the lion’s share of loans from the banking sector in Pakistan. Almost 75% of total financing given by banks in Pakistan is to the Corporate Sector. (SBP Islamic Banking Bulletin, June 2018)
Through a combination of qualitative research and data analysis, this research will attempt to definite the usage behavior, acceptability and other requirements of those Corporate segment clients who have utilized Islamic Financing facilities in order to determine the main factor (or factors) which might result in increased usage of Islamic Financing facilities by Corporate entities.
This report will initially provide a brief introduction to Islamic Banking followed by the details regarding the background to the introduction of Islamic Banking in Pakistan. Brief profiles of the main Islamic banks presently operating in Pakistan as well as definition of the main facilities/products offered by Islamic Banks will also be provided. This will be followed by the Problem Statement, Research Questions, Design, Methodology, and Literature Review.
Primary research will be conducted through usage of questionnaire which will be provided Corporate Users of Islamic Banking Financing facilities in Karachi, Pakistan. The of this questionnaire will be to study usage behavior, satisfaction levels and reasons to purpose for utilization of Islamic financing by corporate entities in Pakistan in order to determine the factor (or factors) which might result in increased utilization of Islamic Financing by Corporate Entities in Pakistan. This will be done through data analysis through usage of Microsoft Excel.
Link to Catalog Record
Khalid, H. A. (2018). Shariah compliant financing products (SCFP) acceptance within Pakistan market (Unpublished graduate research project). Institute of Business Administration, Pakistan. Retrieved from https://ir.iba.edu.pk/research-projects-emba/32
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