|Postal Address:||Mohammed Khnifer is regarded as part of a 'second generation' of Islamic banking practitioners who have a solid academic background in Islamic finance. He is one of the most prolific and well-known journalist and researcher specializing in Islamic Finance today. He is a holder of an MSc in Investment Banking & Islamic Finance from ICMA Financial Studies Center at the University of Reading's Henley Business School in Britain and is a Chartered Islamic Finance Professional (CIFP) from INCEIF. Before that, he successfully completed his First Master degree from Monash University in Australia. By 2011, he is expected to earn his MBA in Islamic Banking & Finance after he won the Silver Scholarship Award from Bangor University. == ===CV.=== http://reading.academia.edu/MohammedKhnifer/CurriculumVitae == For the past seven years he has been in charge of the editorial content for the Islamic Banking section of Al Eqtisadiah Saudi Newspaper, writing over 1,000 articles on various aspects related to Islamic Finance. Mr. Khnifer is frequent guest to numerous and prestigious Islamic Finance conferences and his research papers are being published with major publications worldwide including Islamic Banking & Finance magazine,BUSINESS ISLAMICIA,Islamic Business & FInance , Islamic Finance News, Global Islamic Finance Magazine and Opalesque Islamic Finance Intelligence. Mr. Khnifer was nominated recently for the Arab Journalism Award and was one of the finalists for HSBC nationwide scholarship award in Saudi Arabia. He was just been nominated by the industry practitioners to become the youngest co-author for the upcoming book:“Encyclopedia of Islam and Finance”, which is a historical project by Oxford University Press.He will be in charge of the Sukuk section. For a list of the published papers, please follow the link : http://reading.academia.edu/MohammedKhnifer/Papers Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
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