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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

Islamic Credit Risk Analysis: Case Of Sudanese Banking Sector (2006-2014)

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Mohammed A. SirElkhatim, Naomie Salim



Credit Analysis, Classification, Islamic Credit, Finance Mode



Islamic banking system has been expanding so quickly over the past few years. Moreover, it has been developing significantly around the non-Muslim territories including Middle Eastern countries, Southeast Asian countries, and European countries and even in North American countries. The existing of Islamic banks is to attract the customers who seek to avoid interest. The prediction of corporate bankruptcies is an Important and widely studied topic since it can have significant impact on bank lending decisions and profitability, the ultimate purpose of credit risk management is to ensure that credit fund is of safety, profitability and fluidity. At present, it is extremely important of commercial banks to set up an early bank risk warning system.



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