Dr. Dalal Aassouli is an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of the Master of Science Program in Islamic Finance at CIS.She has worked at the International Islamic Liquidity Management Corporation (IILM) in Malaysia, where she assisted with the establishment of the IILM's sukuk program. She has also held several positions in international institutions in Europe where she had exposure to the African, European, and Latin American markets.
Dr. Aassouli holds master’s degrees from NEOMA Business School and Paris Dauphine University, and a PhD from ENS de Lyon in France. Her areas of research interest include Islamic finance in general and its implications for liquidity management, corporate finance, ethical finance, development finance, green finance, sustainable development, and socially responsible investing.
Dr. Dalal is also an invited speaker at international Islamic finance conferences and events and provides her consultancy expertise to various organizations on issues related to Islamic and sustainable finance.
MSC in Islamic Finance, CIS, HBKU2019 - Present
CIS, HBKU2018 – Present
Durham University Business School2016 – 2017
IILM2011 - 2015
Aperam2009 - 2011
ArcelorMittal Group Treasury2007 - 2009
ENS de Lyon2017
Paris Dauphine University2011
Neoma Business School2008
Quels modes de financement éthiques [Water, Sun and Wind : New Energies for the World. Towards Ethical Financing Modes]. In de Courcelles, D. (Ed.), Actes pour une Économie Juste. Paris: Paris Lemieux-Éditeur (diffusion Les Belles Lettres).2015
Can Unleveraged Green Investment Trusts (UGITs) Promote Liquidity Management and Sustainable Development?. ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, 2(10). 126-142.2018
Green Sukuk, Energy Poverty, and Climate Change: A Roadmap for Sub-Saharan Africa. Policy Research Working Paper. No. WPS 8680. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Group.2018