03-03-2006, 09:09 PM
An Evening With Mutfi Taqi Uthmani ::Reply
Have you always wondering why Islam Prohibits Interest?
Have you ever thought about working for an investment bank?
Have you ever thought about working in Islamic Finance?
What is needed of you as a graduate; Should you work within “Banking”
or stick with the safe option of Accounting, Tax or Management Consulting?
What roles are you allowed to take; What roles are totally forbidden and should
be avoided as cost?
Are you already working within a Bank and want to make a change;
Where are your skills most needed?
Well, this is a chance to have your questions answered. And not by any scholar,
but by one of the most worldly renowned scholars, Mufti Taqi Uthmani.
Mufti Taqi sits on the Shariah boards of many of the worlds largest banks and financial
institutions. He has played a pivotal role in the move towards interest free banking and the
establishment of Islamic Finance. He is regarded as one of the leading scholars of today
and is amongst the worlds leading authorities on Islamic Finance. Author of over 40 books
he is an expert in Islamic Law, Economics and Hadith. He has sat on the Shariah Appellate
Bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and is a man of immense experience.
This is an opportunity you can not afford to miss. Be there.
Why Islam Prohibits Interest
Mufti Taqi Uthman [Chairman, Darul Uloom Karachi]
Sufyan Ismail [CEO & Founder, 1st Ethical]
Saturday 11th March, 7pm
Moat Community College
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