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Impact of Bank Specific Factors on Credit Risk: Evidence from Islamic and Conventional Banks of Pakistan

Journal: Pakistan Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Vol.11, No. 1)

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Page : 580-592

Keywords : Credit Risk; BSF’s; Islamic Banks; Conventional Banks; Pakistan;

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Abstract

The impact of credit risk (CR) on bank-specific factors (BSF's) and banks in the event of conventional and Islamic banks of Pakistan is an essential motivation behind this learning. These banks are chosen by their value commitment. The financial explanation investigation of chosen Islamic and conventional banks is contemplated from 2007 to 2017. Relapse examination of non-performing loan (NPL) proportion and Z-Score is utilized to discover the connections of BSF's on chosen banks. The Islamic banking system consists of (return on equity (ROE), ROA, liquidity, spread and bank size) having a significant relationship toward credit risk. Therefore, the impact of the Z-score is less for Islamic banks relatively compared to conventional banks. The increased risk of bank debt reflects a strong NPL. In this examination bank, certain factors, for instance, efficiency, return on assets (ROA) and bank dimension, have a significant liaison through credit card risk in the conventional selected banking system, and this process affects overall banking performance. These findings provide valuable insights for policymakers, regulators, and banking professionals to manage credit risk effectively in the context of Pakistan's banking system. The originality of this study lies in its focus on the comparison between conventional and Islamic banks in Pakistan, which has yet to be extensively explored in the literature.

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