Determinants of Profitability: An Empirical Study about Profitability Improvement in Islamic Banks of Pakistan
Keywords:Islamic bank, Economy mobilizing, Profitability Determinants, Performance Estimation
With a variety of instruments, Islamic Banking institutions are growing worldwide. Islamic Banking network expanding now significantly their network in Islamic countries included Pakistan to drum up the large amount of funds to upgrade the economy under Islamic rules and laws. The involvement of Islamic Banks in social and economic activities, there have been each time the questions about the financial constancy. The respective study is concerned about the determination of profitability determinants by taken into account the financial statements of Islamic banks of Pakistan. With ration analysis on profitability determinants, a reliable estimation of performances of Islamic banks will be evaluated.
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