Sunday, July 20, 2008

Islamic finance jobs - July

Experts of Islamic finance are in demand in Malaysia, the GCC and London. Here are just some samplings of the demand at this very moment. All above jobs were advertised at efinancialcareers (

Head of Private Banking for Start - Up Islamic bank in Kuwait
Location: UAE
A start-up bank, aiming to be the best Islamic bank in Kuwaity/GCC, is looking to expand into private banking by taking on a Head of Private Banking who could build the Platform from green field.

Head of Islamic Financial Services, Europe
Location: London
A leading GCC bank is looking for a senior banker to head up its Islamic Financial Services team based in London. Remuneration: Highly competitive.

Senior Islamic Banking candidates
Location: London
A leading Global Investment Bank is actively seeking a senior Islamic Banking candidate to add to its Shari'a product development and distribution team.

Islamic Banking Relationship Manager - SVP for Corporate Banking
Location: Singapore
The manager is the primary point of contact between corporate/institutional customers and the bank. He is to maximise the amount of profitable business the bank do with that customer whilst ensuring the bank is only exposed to an acceptable level of risk.

Associate Director, Islamic Banking
Company: Standard Chartered Bank UAE
Location: UAE-Abu Dhabi
Candidate will identify, develop and manage SCB's Islamic Banking Business for wholesale bank. Achieve revenue target under Islamic banking, origination & client coverage (OCC).

Sr. Private Banker
Location: Bahrain
Company: A ‘large Islamic investment bank’ in Bahrain
With a focus on Islamic products, and most of the deals coming from Saudi Arabia, the bank is looking for one of the best in the business to cover the GCC region. Candidates must have at least 5 years private banking experience.

HR Director
Location: Bahrain
A ‘leading Islamic globally focussed investment bank’ is seeking a senior HR professional for a challenging HR Directorship based in the bank's Head Office in Bahrain.

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