The Comparison of Financial Analysis Tools in Conventional and Islamic Banking: Evidence from Kuwait

Farooq Alani, Hisham Yaacob, Mahani Hamdan

Abstract


The research presents a study of the efficiency of financial analysis tools used in Islamic banks and the efficiency
of achieved results to investor in his rationalization of investment decisions, the researcher studied that by using
a questionnaire search tool which included three axes, the study find several conclusions, perhaps the most
important of the current analysis used in traditional banks are irrelevant in assessing the efficiency of the
financial performance of Islamic banks because of their privacy.
The researcher presents many recommendations, most notably, he urged researchers to focus on formulation of
new analysis tools with focusing on Islamic banks, and also the researcher has developed a number of tools that
can serve in this field.
The researcher presents a number of recommendations and proposed a financial analysis for Islamic banks,
traditional banks, financial analysis and investment decisions.

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