Hussein Al Mezza joins DIFC Islamic Finance Advisory CouncilPress Release 30 Jan 2006 10:39 am
Hussein Mohammad Al Mezza joins the Dubai International Financial Centre’s Islamic Finance Advisory Council. The new appointment reflects the commitment of the Dubai International Financial Centre towards the development of the Islamic Finance industry by involving the leading authorities in the market. The formation of the advisory council in last December was followed by tremendous response by industry stakeholders
Dr Omar Bin Sulaiman, Director General of DIFC Authority, welcoming the new member, said: “It is our privilege to have Hussein Mohammad Al Meeza on our advisory council. He has long years of experience in the industry and we look forward to setting new precedents in the Islamic Finance sector.”
Hussein Mohammed Al Meeza, is a veteran in the Islamic Finance industry. He joins the six-member council which includes Saad Abdul Razak, CEO Dubai Islamic Bank, Hussain Al Qemzi, CEO Sharjah Islamic Bank, Aref A. Al Kooheji, EVP, Dubai Islamic Bank, Mohasin A Nathani, MD & CEO, Citi Islamic Investment Bank E.C, Eqbal Khan, CEO HSBC Amana Finance, and Abdul Wahid Al Ulama, Legal Consultant and Advocate, Al Tamimi & Co.
The DIFC Islamic Finance Advisory Council plays a key role in providing strategic advice on Islamic Finance and helping in the development of the industry in general and within DIFC in particular. The council members, who are key executives and players in the industry, provide their expertise and insights on the Islamic Finance industry and marketplace as well as forecast future trends, highlight the impact of the legal and regulatory initiatives locally and internationally on the Islamic Finance market within the DIFC.