Islamic financial services provider Shariah Capital has appointed commodity and derivatives expert Malcolm Wall Morris, 38, as a non-executive director.
He replaces David Rutledge, who has stepped down from the board from 29th of Dec, 2009.
Wall Morris, formerly CEO of DGCX, the Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange, has also replaced Rutledge as CEO of the Dubai Multi Commodities Center. Rutledge recently retired after six years at the DMCC.
Shariah Capital is a U.S.-based company that creates and customizes Shariah compliant financial products and platforms and provides selective Shariah consulting and advisory services primarily to global financial institutions and investment firms with product initiatives directed to Islamic investors.
source : ibtimes