Islamic bankers have escaped the worst financial pain

Islamic bankers have escaped the worst financial pain

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Shaun Springer, Chief Executive of Napier Scott Search said, ‘Four years ago, you would have had difficulty finding sufficient Islamic Banking people to warrant a survey. This sector has grown to such a critical mass with every global, European and Arabic institution involved that it now justifies one.’

William Allum, who heads Napier Scott’s Middle East practice said, ‘We are seeing pay scale differentials favouring Islamic Banking because of a shortage of skilled, experienced staff. A managing director in Sharia’a structuring, for example, can expect to receive a combined salary and bonus of £275,000, whereas a similar post in say Russia would attract £200,000, a significant different.’

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One response to “Islamic bankers have escaped the worst financial pain

  1. Amador Brioso Jr.

    Hi! I really like your website. I’m a Filipino lawyer, currently employed in a bank here in Riyadh. As I have now shifted my practice from conventional banking to Islamic banking, I’m rummaging all possible websites in the Internet concerning Islamic banking, and this explains why I stumbled upon yours. Would you help me find some useful websites that contain articles on Islamic banking? Hey, keep it up, I find your website really informative and helpful. Many thanks!

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