Evaluating financial performance in Islamic banks Applied Study on the Islamic Elaf Bank in Iraq


This research focuses on evaluating the performance of Islamic banks through profitability, liquidity and solvency ratios, which reveal the relationship between the figures appearing in the financial statements. The just figures in the financial statements may not reflect the true financial position, so analysis of these lists is required to find the relationship between the figures. The importance of this study is the importance of analysis by the ratios of profitability, liquidity and solvency. It is one of the most widely used methods of evaluating the bank's financial performance. As indicators of what the bank achieved through comparison to see the financial situation during the study periods. The research aims at theoretical framing of banking applications and conducting financial performance evaluation of the bank (Elaf Islamic) through the ratios. Several conclusions were reached, the most important of which was the decrease in the volume of investments by Iraqi Islamic banks due to fear of the situation in Iraq. The research reached a number of proposals, the most important of which were openness to the outside world.