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Mufti Faraz Adam
Mufti Faraz Adam has spent almost a decade studying Islamic law. He initially completed his Islamic studies in the six-year Alimiyyah degree at Darul Uloom Leicester. He then went onto specialise in Islamic law and graduated as a Mufti in South Africa at Darul Iftaa Mahmudiyyah, Durban. He super-specialised in Islamic finance during his studies. Upon qualifying from the Darul Iftaa as a Mufti (juriconsult) in 2012, where he was accredited with: Masters of Arts in Islamic Theology with specialisation in Juristic verdicts (Iftaa) and a Diploma in Islamic Finance. Mufti Faraz went onto complete a Master’s Degree in Islamic Finance, Banking and Management at Newman University in 2017. During his studies, he has attained various industry qualifications such as the Certified Islamic Finance Executive (CIFE™) under Ethica and the Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ) with Chartered Institutes of Securities and Investment. Currently, he is studying ACCA and is working to become a qualified chartered accountant.
Mufti Faraz has been active in Shariah advisory services for a number of years and has written over 5,000 fatawa (religious edicts) with a large proportion regarding Islamic finance. In 2016, he joined National Zakat Foundation in UK where he serves as a Zakat advisor and researcher. He launched Amanah Finance Consultancy as a Shariah consultancy platform. Amanah Finance Consultancy provides Shariah advisory services to a number of organisations worldwide.
He regularly delivers lectures and workshops across UK on different aspects of Islam & specialises in delivering Islamic Finance training. Mufti Faraz Adam is passionate about establishing an economy which upholds justice, equity and growth for all members of society.
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