PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has appointed Mohammad Khan as UK Islamic finance leader. Khan takes over from Mohammed Amin, who recently retired as a partner from the firm.
Khan will be responsible for leading and co-ordinating PwC’s Islamic finance practice in the UK, bringing together the firm’s efforts across the financial services industry. He will also be responsible for collaborating with PwC’s global Islamic finance team, to bring PwC clients a global perspective on the issues they may face.
Khan has been with the firm for 11 years and has extensive experience of working in the financial services industry, advising Islamic and conventional financial services companies in the UK, Europe and the Middle East on their strategic issues and on Shariah-compliant products and instruments. He is also an insurance and Takaful expert.
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