Dr. Ahmed Mohiyeldin Ahmed
is a prominent International Islamic Economics Scholar. Throughout his career he has written widely for publications, in Islamic Banking, and Islamic Economics. He has lectured extensively at regional specialized conferences and overseas and is a regular participant in the Jeddah-based Fiqh Academy.
Dr. Ahmed served in several capacities including the post of Banking Research and Studies Head, and Head of Shari'a research, and Studies, Dallah Al Baraka Group, KSA, Manager of Research and Development, AlBaraka Banking Group, Advisor, Dallah Al Baraka Group President's office. Dr. Ahmed is currently holding the position of the Secretary General for Economic Affairs at the Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Pakistan. He is a member of several Shari'a boards and boards of directors including, Shari'a Unified panel, AlBaraka Banking Group, Executive Committee of the Shari'a unified Panel of AlBaraka Banking Group, Saudi Egyptian Shari'a supervisory board, Shari'a Board of RHB, Shari'a Advisor, Al Tawfeeq Company for Leasing Finance, Egypt, Dr. Ahmed is an expert at the Jeddah-based Fiqh Academy.
He has overseen and edited many research activities including the publications of Dallah Al Baraka Group, Al Baraka Annual Islamic Economic symposium, Iqra annual Fiqh & media symposium, the development of the first comprehensive electronic Figh encyclopaedia with Sakhr computers, and Saleh Kamel's program for publishing university theses in Islamic economics.
Dr. Ahmed has written several books on Islamic economics and Islamic banking including such subjects as the activities of Islamic investment companies in the international markets, securities markets and their developmental impact on Islamic economics.