Many businesses and individuals wish to apply the rules and principles of Islamic finance but lack the necessary knowledge to do so on their own.
Further, many people are not aware of the rich choices that Islamic finance offers them for their investments or deals. Our vision is to provide well-grounded guidance to businesses and individuals to comply with the rules and principles of Islamic finance in their financial decisions and structuring of their investments.
We also aim at increasing awareness and understanding of Islamic financial products among Muslims and non-Muslims. As suggested by our name “AlMajna”, which is in Arabic the place where you reap fruits, we invite people to reap the fruits of Islamic finance and Sharia-compliance in their business as well as their household deals.
our Advisors team
Director and Sharia Advisor
Tarek is an AAOIFI Certified Sharia Advisor & Auditor (CSAA). He holds an MSc in economics from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He finished a BA course in Islamic Studies in Cairo. He attended numerous courses in Fiqh Al-Muamalat. Tarek has an extensive research experience in economics, Islamic finance and business. He has been helping small businesses and individuals in Sharia review of their contracts. Tarek is an enthusiastic entrepreneur. In 2019, he co-founded AlMajna Sharia-compliant investment platform. He is the author of the upcoming book “The Foundations of Islamic Finance” (Arabic).
Due-diligence Compliance Specialist
Mohamed holds an LLM in International business law from the Central European University and a BA in Sharia and Law from Al-Azhar University. He has 8 years of experience in compliance with several multinational companies (Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Morgan Stanley, KPMG and TransferWise).
Hattem Al Hajery
Hattem is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA). He holds an MBA from Manchester Business School and a diploma in Islamic Finance from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). Hattem has over 13 years of corporate experience mostly in multinational organizations (like Schneider Electric and BG Group). Since 2014, Hattem has been working as a finance consultant and trainer. He is interested in helping small businesses set up a sound finance function that is well integrated into the business processes without violating Sharia.