Finance

How Islamic Banks Are Different From Conventional Ones

by Fleming. Team

“When I established Dar Al Sharia in 2004, Islamic retail banking was confined to merely a couple of products and it was difficult to wean individuals away from conventional banks. Alhamdolillah, Islamic banks’ shelf is now complete with an array of retail products - thanks to Sharia scholars, lawyers and bankers for working with us to offer Sharia compliant and better alternates to customers. I look forward to sharing my thoughts at the Annual Open Fatwa Session at the 8th WIRBC”.

Sohail Zubairi

Founding CEO
Dar Al Sharia Islamic Finance Consultancy (a subsidiary of Dubai Islamic Bank)

“When I established Dar Al Sharia in 2004, Islamic retail banking was confined to merely a couple of products and it was difficult to wean individuals away from conventional banks. Alhamdolillah, Islamic banks’ shelf is now complete with an array of retail products - thanks to Sharia scholars, lawyers and bankers for working with us to offer Sharia compliant and better alternates to customers. I look forward to sharing my thoughts at the Annual Open Fatwa Session at the 8th WIRBC”.

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