18:00 - 20:00
Frankel Leó 30-34
The lecture will cover the following topics:
- Introduction to Islamic Finance (IF)
- Overview of IF's current market landscape within global finance
- Key Islamic structures and techniques
- Opportunities - value for both Muslim and non-Muslim countries
Ryosuke has been in investment banking and capital markets in the last 8 years since graduation from CEU, focusing mainly on Sharia-compliant financial transactions in global Islamic finance markets. He is an Associate Director in Debts Capital Markets at Emirates NBD, responsible for originating and executing Islamic bond (sukuk) issuances and structuring other Islamic financial transactions such as project finance and syndicated financing in the MENA and Southeast Asia. Majority-owned by the government of Dubai, Emirates NBD is one of the largest financial institutions in the MENA region and a leading arranger of Islamic bonds globally. Prior to Emirates NBD, he was a Vice President and Head of Islamic Origination (Asia Pacific) at HSBC Malaysia and an investment banking analyst at Citi Japan.
Ryosuke completed his undergraduate program offered jointly by CEU Business School and Bocconi University (Italy). He also holds a graduate degree from the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF), a postgraduate institution established by the central bank of Malaysia, and is a Chartered Islamic Finance Professional (Malaysia).