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Neil D Miller, United Arab Emirates

Global Head of Islamic Finance, Dubai. Neil D Miller joined Linklaters in April 2013. Neil previously led the Islamic finance group at Norton Rose and more recently established an Islamic finance Centre of Excellence for KPMG.

Neil is one of the most recognised and awarded legal professionals in the Islamic financial services industry. He was a member of the UK Treasury committee of Islamic finance experts, a member of the FSA committee on Islamic finance and worked closely with the Muslim Council of Britain and other bodies to promote and develop Islamic finance in the UK.

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22 March 2014

Bahrain-based Gulf Finance House will seek shareholder approval later this month for a potential reduction in share capital and to issue a convertible

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22 March 2014

The listing by DIP, the largest integrated business and residential community in the Middle East, brings the total of new listings of sukuk in Dubai s

Hong Kong lawmakers suppo

22 March 2014

(Reuters) - Hong Kong lawmakers support a bill that would allow the AAA-rated government to raise around US$500 million via sukuk (Islamic bonds), a r

 

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