Developing Strategies for Islamic Banks to Face the Future Challenges of Financial Globalization
Developing Strategies for Islamic Banks to Face the Future Challenges of Financial Globalization Ahmed Al-Ajlouni Abstract This study aims at forming strategic response to assess the ability of Islamic banks in benefiting from the opportunities that may be provided by financial globalization and limits its threats, through assessing the capability of Islamic banks to meet the requirements and challenges of financial globalization, then suggests the suitable strategies that may be adopted by Islamic banks to maximize and limit the expected opportunities and threats respectively
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