Stable outlook for Islamic banking industry

KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Ratings has maintained its stable outlook on the country’s Islamic banking industry as it expects the industry to stay resilient despite lingering risks from Covid-19, Bernama reported.

In a statement yesterday, RAM said the industry is poised to continue leading efforts towards a wider adoption of value-based intermediation (VBI).

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