A Comparative Research Between Conventional And Islamicbank System Of Pakistan:Liquidity Risk Management

  • Fazal Shaikh


The function of the Bank is differentiated into budgetary middle people, facilitator and supporters. However, the banks place themselves as a confided in body for the contributors, business partners and speculators. Liquidity hazards may emerge from these different tasks, as they are completely at risk to make accessible, liquidity when stipulated by the outsider. Extra endeavors are required by Islamic banks for scaling liquidity the board because of their novel attributes and congruity with sharia standards. The target of this investigation is to investigate the liquidity hazard related to the dissolvability of a money related foundation, with a reason to assess Liquidity Risk Management (LRM) through a similar examination among regular and Islamic banks of Pakistan. This paper examines the importance of Size of the firm, Networking Capital, Return on Equity, Capital Adequacy and Return on Assets (ROA), with liquidity Risk Management in traditional and Islamic banks of Pakistan. The examination depends on auxiliary information that covers a time of four years, for example 2017-2018. The investigation discovered positive, however, unimportant relationship of size of the bank and net-working cash-flow to net resources with liquidity hazard in the mutual models. What's more, Capital competence proportion in ordinary banks and profit for resources in Islamic banks is seen as positive and noteworthy at 10% gradation level.