Mohammad Nur Rianto Al Arif, Dede Yati
There is a different characteristic between Islamic banks and conventional banks, so Islamic banks must have performance measures based on Islamic values in them. This study aims to measure the performance of Islamic banks in three countries – Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Pakistan – using the Sharia Maqashid Index. Also, this study examined whether there were differences in Sharia Maqashid Islamic bank indexes in the three countries using the one-way ANOVA test. The results of the study, in general, showed that the Al-Arafah Islamic Bank of Bangladesh received the highest score, followed by Bank of BNIS and Bank of BRIS. Besides, the results of the study also showed that there were differences in performance. This result implies that Islamic banks should use the maqashid sharia framework as a benchmark for their objective and performance indicators.