The study is aimed to examine the factors affecting adoption of Islamic banking in Ghana. For that purpose, four variables were included as the independent variables i.e. religion, awareness, networking and reputation and the adoption of Islamic banking. The sample included 150 respondents from Ghana. All respondents are the users of Islamic banking in Ghana. The hypotheses were tested using regression analysis with the help SPSS. The results of the hypotheses suggest that religion, awareness, networking and reputation significantly impact adoption of Islamic banking in Ghana. Hence all the hypotheses were found to be significant. The results were linked with the previous literature and limitation and future research was also mentioned.
Keywords: Islamic banking, awareness, reputation, networking, religion.