Published On:11 July 2011
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

London’s new Centre for Islamic Finance & Banking

Dr. Omar Masood
University of East London’s (UEL) Royal Docks Business School launches new post-graduate courses in Islamic finance

UEL Vice Chancellor Professor Patrick McGhee claimed the new Centre is ‘a genuinely exciting project’ while the Centre’s Director, Dr. Omar Masood said, “Our aim is to be the UK’s leading international centre of excellence for human capital and business development in Islamic finance.”

The Centre is hoping to ramp up interest in its MBA in Islamic Finance with what it believes will be an increasing number of banks establishing Islamic windows in the UK.

Dr. Omar Masood, the Director of the UEL Centre of Islamic Finance & Banking, is also, among a variety of consultative posts, an advisor to the Turkish Government on Islamic banking and an advisor to Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, on Islamic banking development in German, as well as being Visiting Professor UiTM Malaysia (advisor Centre of Islamic Banking).

(Courtesy: CPIFinancial)

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