IFSB completes dissemination of two years quarterly data on #Islamicbanking from 17 countries

The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) has announced the fourth dissemination of data on financial soundness and growth of the Islamic banking systems from 17 IFSB member jurisdictions, covering quarterly data from December 2013 to Q3 of 2015. The 17 member countries include Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates. The total assets of the Islamic banking industry grew from $1,216 billion in 2014Q3 to $1,245 billion in 2015Q3. Total funding/liabilities declined from $1,007 billion in 2014Q3 to $946 billion in 2015Q3. Financing by Islamic banks from the jurisdictions participating in the PSIFIs project reached $710 billion in 2015Q3 from $681 billion in 2014Q3.