Ahmad Alkhamees is a qualified Saudi lawyer and currently a doctoral student at the School of law, University of Warwick, United Kingdom. Prior to coming to the United Kingdom, he had completed his judicial training at the General Court of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he served as a judge handling family and commercial law cases. Ahmad holds B.A in Shari’ah law from the College of Islamic Law and Religious Principles, Qassim University, Saudi Arabia; M.A in Comparative Jurisprudence with First Class honours from the Higher Institute for Justice, Al- Imam University, Saudi Arabia, and LLM in Advance Legal Studies from the University of Warwick, UK. His current research focuses on compliance issues in Islamic finance industry, Shari’ah and international arbitration, and disputes between stockbroker and investor in the Saudi capital market.
Securing Compliance In Islamic Finance Industry In Saudi Arabia & UK
- Ahmad Alkhamees, (2012) Disputes between Stockbrokers and Investors in The Saudi Capital Market (Arabic) The Book store of Law and Economy, Saudi Arabia.
- Ahmad Alkhamees, (2012) 'The Impact of Shari’ah Governance Practices on Shari’ah Compliance in Contemporary Islamic Finance' Journal of Banking RegulationAugust 15, 2012
- Ahmad Alkhamees, (2012) 'Private Action as a remedy against Market Manipulation in the USA', Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, Vol. 20 Iss: 1 pp.41-55.
- Ahmad Alkhamees, (2011) 'International Arbitration and Shari’a Law: Context, Scope, and Intersections' 28 Journal of International Arbitration pp. 255–264.
- Ahmad Alkhamees, (2011) 'International Transfer Technology Agreements: New Age of Negotiation' The Asian Business Lawyer Vol.8 pp. 143-156.
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