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Dr. Mohammed Abdel

1. Overview:

Professor Mohammed Kayed Abdel-Haq, a British Jordanian of Palestinian origin, is the Director of the Centre for Islamic Finance – University of Bolton . With a wealth of practical and professional experience he is highly regarded in the banking industry and was invited by the Government to serve on their Islamic Finance Task Force.

He had many studies and researches about Islamic Banks, Legal System and Finance that they were published on prestigious journals such as American Journal. He had been a vice president, chairman, chief executive and director of various well – known banks, investment companies, financial institutes such as HSBC Amanah Private Banking; Deutsche Bank AG, London; The Arab Foundation for Education, ABN AMRO Bank ,… with the 19-year-experience from 1993 to 2012.

2. Qualifications:

1974-1982              Islamic Scientific School, Amman Jordan

1983-1986              BA Economics – Yarmouk University, Jordan

1986-1989              MA, Yarmouk University, Jordan.  Islamic Economics with special emphasis on the Islamic Legal System

Title of Dissertation ‘Islamic Development Bank (Analytical Studies)’

1989-1993             Ph.D – Oxford Brookes University School of Business in collaboration with the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, St Cross College, University of Oxford.
Thesis: ‘Comparative Analysis between Islamic Banks and Conventional Banks’

2001                       Investment Management Certificate, IMRO Full
The Society of Investment Professionals

3. Employment:

– Founder and Director of the Centre for Islamic Finance
Established in 2012 at the University of Bolton

– Professor of Islamic Finance and Banking at University of Bolton

Supervising several PhD students

– Founder and CEO of Oakstone Merchant Bank Ltd
An FCA regulated financial company

4. Selected Publications:

–      Co-authored ‘Islamic Banking: Theory, Practice and Challenges’ with Dr. Fuad Al-Omar. Zed Books, London and OUP, Pakistan

–      Submitted a joint paper with Dr Brian Shaw, School of Business, Oxford Brookes University, entitled ‘The Relationship between Islamic Banking theory and Practice to the conference of ‘Arab Management’ at the Management Centre, University of Bradford

–      Published article in the American Journal of Islamic finance, Washington, entitled ‘The Islamic Development Bank’

–      Review in the Journal – Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Vol Xlll No ll, July, of ‘Essays in Islamic Economic analysis’ Edited by F.R Faridi.  Genuine Publications Ltd, New Delhi 1991. ISBN 81-8522204-6

–      Review in the Muslim World Book Review entitled ’The Economics of Money & Banking: A Theoretical and Empirical Study of Islamic Interest-Free Banking’ by Mosad Zineldin. Almquist and Wiksell International: Sweden 1990. ISBN 9 22 01344 X


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