Bahrain’s Al Maraj on similarities of Islamic and conventional banking regulation


Rasheed Mohammed Al Maraj, the governor of the Central Bank of Bahrain, on Sunday said that despite differences in the financial structure of Islamic banks and more conventional ones, the risks facing these institutions are not too dissimilar.

At the 13th AAOIFI – World Bank Annual Conference on Islamic Banking and Finance, in Manama, Bahrain, Al Maraj said: "While the principles of Islamic finance are very different to those of conventional finance, Islamic financial institutions are still

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