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Dr. Mohammad Abdul Rahim Sultan Al Olama, United Arab Emirates

Member of the faculty of Shariah at the United Arab Emirates.
Al Olama has written extensively on modern Islamic finance and has presented numerous research papers at industry conferences around the world.
Member of the Shariah Board of the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI),
Dr. Al Olama serves as a member of numerous Shariah Boards including Mawarid Finance in Dubai,
Manazel Real Estate in Abu Dhabi,
Al Mada'in Finance in Dubai,
the Al Safi Trust,
and Dubai Gold Securities,
Member of the Fatwa Committee at the Department of Religious and Charitable Affairs in Dubai.

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