Tuesday 17, October 2017 by William Mullally

New release of IFSB’s Prudential Database from 17 countries shows improved Islamic banking performan

With the launch of Phase IV of the project in early 2017, four new regulatory and supervisory authorities joined the PSIFIs project, making a total of 21 participating jurisdictions. The IFSB is now in the process of collecting Islamic banking data on trial basis from these new contributors: Qatar Central Bank, Bank of England, Central Bank of Lebanon (Banque du Liban) and Palestine Monetary Authority.

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