Authors : Mohamad Yazis Ali Basah, Siti Nor Amira Mohamad, Muhammad Ridhwan Ab. Aziz, Khairil Faizal Khairi, Nur Hidayah Laili, Hisham Sabri and Mazlynda Md. Yusuf
Abstract: This study is conducted in order to identify on how Islamic bank and conventional bank are difference in term of pre-approval financing. This study is concentrating on the evaluation of credit assessment for business financing by applying qualitative method by interviewing 5 credit analysts in banking institution. Interviews conducted is divided into two main parts: first, the current practices of credit assessment in pre-approval stage and post-approval stage. Second, the study on how Islamic elements being utilised in making financing decision, thus, managing credit risk. In the first part, it was found that there were no differences between Islamic and conventional bank in term of credit assessment. However, most of the respondents advise that, Islamic banks should come out with more proactive credit assessment rather than depending on conventional practices. For the second part, all of the respondents held similar views and opinions that the Islamic elements such as Adl (fair and justice), Istiqamah (Continous), Akhlak, Syura and Tawakal should be implementaed in Islamic credit assessment. However, there is still lack framework on how these issues could be implemented.
Mohamad Yazis Ali Basah, Siti Nor Amira Mohamad, Muhammad Ridhwan Ab. Aziz, Khairil Faizal Khairi, Nur Hidayah Laili, Hisham Sabri and Mazlynda Md. Yusuf, 2018. Credit Risk Management Practices: A Study on Islamic Banking vs. Conventional Banking in Malaysia. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 2077-2080.