Paul McNamara is an editor and journalist with over 20 years’ experience. His career includes spells with the Financial Times, Euromoney, BRW Media, Asia-Inc, Private Equity & Hedge Funds Middle East and Banker Middle East. He has a specialization in Islamic finance, the Middle East banking and finance industry, GCC capital markets, wealth management and the world of interest rate securities.
Finding a Job in Islamic Finance is intended to help students and jobseekers to secure employment in this fast-growing industry. Drawing on the experience of recruitment industry guru Fuwad Beg, Finding a Job in Islamic Finance is a welcome addition to the Eaglemont Career Books library.
This Eaglemont Career Book on Islamic finance consultancy aims to paint an accurate and in-depth picture of the good, the bad and the downright challenging aspects of the work to give the reader the best possible picture of what lies ahead if they decide to pursue a career path that takes them towards this destination.
Aimed at students of Islamic finance and helps to explain the range of interest rate securities used in conventional finance. This Career Book is structured to start at the ‘short end’ of the interest rate yield curve and move onto the ‘long end’ of the interest rate yield curve. The interest rate yield curve itself is explained in simple terms within this Career Book.
Uttar Pradesh is fast developing as a modern commercial hub but it still retains many of the hallmarks of a frontier market, which goes some way to explaining why it has not yet appeared on the radar screens of business analysts, investors, private equity houses and venture capital firms. There is not a lot of depth of information to be had and this is the gap that the present volume fills.
A mini guide, Singapore: Modern Business Hub provides essential insights for investors, traders and SMEs who need to understand the ever-evolving Singaporean business landscape in 2015. This mini guide is a useful primer for anyone who wants to understand quickly how to do business in Singapore – from a corporate structuring perspective and from the perspective of a trader.
A satirical diary of a marketing executive working in a bank. Phteven is everything you could hope for in a marketing executive who works for a bank. His light familiarity with the English language dovetails majestically with his robust command of jargon. But this published diary is more than that: it is the chronicle of a naïf coming of age. A hard-working, well-intentioned student becomes a disi
Qatar: Modern Business Hub is intended to provide an insight into the environment for doing business in the emirate. The book paints a picture of a number of the core sectors and looks at how Qatar is positioning itself to grow in the next five years. The nation is sitting on top of some of the most lucrative gas reserves on earth and has a strategy for diversifying its revenues.
A Primer: Islamic Investment Banking gives readers an accurate insight into many aspects of day-to-day Shari’ah compliant investment banking. Based on empirical research undertaken in 2009, the book gives a valuable overview of the growth of a very dynamic industry after the onset of the global financial crisis. Individual chapters look at Islamic private equity and Islamic venture capital.