PracticeAccounting FirmsShariah scholar appointed by Deloitte

Shariah scholar appointed by Deloitte

Firm targets Islamic finance market with key and unique appointment

Deloitte has become the first Big Four firm to appoint a Shariah scholar, in
an attempt move in on the burgeoning Islamic finance market.

Mufti Hassam Kaleem will be responsible for signing off Deloitte Islamic
finance products and confirming that they comply with Shariah law, the FT
reports.

Islamic finance accounts for 2% of the global finance market and bankers are
predicting double-digit growth in Islamic finance products.

Further reading:

Islamic Bank FD moves to Nottingham BS

Treasury to promote London as Islamic finance
centre

Profile: Atif Raza, FD of the European Islamic
Investment Bank

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