Mujtaba Khalid joined BIBF in 2015 and brings a diversified range of experience spanning government and private sector advisory, establishing effective governance frameworks, Islamic capital market products as well as conducting Islamic finance training and capacity building programmes.
Mr. Khalid’s experience includes working for the UK-based Islamic Finance Council where he was involved in developing the Islamic finance governance frameworks for central bank bodies, providing capacity building and training, structuring Islamic finance products for one of the UK’s largest credit unions, providing investment strategy for Islamic Relief International’s Waqf (trust) fund, research for the Scottish government on the viability of Sukuks to fund alternate energy projects among other work.
He has also helped to establish the Centre of Islamic Finance at COMSATS Pakistan – one of Pakistan’s largest public sector universities. At COMSATS he was part of the team that organised Pakistan’s largest international Islamic finance conference.
Mujtaba has a BSc (hons) from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and an MSc in Investment Analysis from The University of Stirling. He also has three professional Islamic finance qualifications which include the CIMA Islamic Finance Diploma, Islamic Banking and Finance qualification from the State Bank of Pakistan and the CIFP from INCEIF based in Malaysia.
- Bsc (Hons) Accounting and Finance, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Msc Investment Analysis (CFA Programme partner), University of Stirling
Professional Qualifications / Affiliations
- Islamic Finance Diploma, CIMA
- Islamic Banking & Finance Qualification, State Bank of Pakistan
- Chartered Islamic Finance Professional (CIFP), INCEIF – The Global University of Islamic Finance