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Needle The Law Firm, United Kingdom

Led by Sharon Needle, the Islamic Finance practice has expert knowledge and practical experience of corporate finance, banking, and financial services, structured finance and project finance.

Presently the legal advisor to Al Qalam, the UK Shariah board established to advise UK banks and financial institutions on Islamic compliance,

Sharon Needle has nearly 20 years unparalleled experience advising Islamic and conventional financial institutions, venture capital funds, fund sponsors and investment companies. Sharon’s particular expertise is in providing creative, commercial, and effective solutions to issues that arise in Shariah-compliant financing and investment transactions. Sharon studied Shariah law at universities in both Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.

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