About us

Islamic Finance Guru (IFG) is a hub that helps Muslims (and non-Muslims!) with their investment, personal finance and entrepreneurial journeys.

We do this for one reason: to make our community better-off. We want to take Muslims from being among the poorest in society to the richest. We think that this is the most effective way to deal with problems like discrimination, under-representation and poverty.

Our articles equip Muslims to do just that. Our authors are experts in their field and always neutral. We aim to bridge the gap between classical Islamic scholarship and modern-day commercial awareness when tackling all the knotty Islamic finance problems of today.

Our courses go further than that – rather than just inform, they educate and empower. So that our audience can do investment, personal finance and entrepreneurship, rather than just know it.

Ibrahim Khan

Co-Founder of IFG
Ibrahim holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from the University of Oxford, an ijazah in the memorisation of the Qur’an from Egypt, and an MA in Islamic Banking and Finance from Markfield Institute. He also recently graduated as an Alim (traditional Islamic scholar) under the tutelage of Shaykh Akram Nadwi. He is currently working as a funds lawyer in London at a leading international law firm. He has worked with 1st Ethical on their Halal Money strand and has lectured extensively on Islamic finance and zakat in mosques, universities, and schools around the UK. He is also the co-founder of Islamic clothing brand DesignMolvi.com with over 350k fans worldwide.

Mohsin Patel

Co-Founder of IFG
Mohsin is an Oxford graduate with legal qualifications focusing specifically on corporate and commercial matters. He works for one of the largest corporate law firms in the world. Mohsin’s interests lie in tying together the ethical considerations of Islamic Finance with the modern commercial environment and the particular needs of the parties involved. This can only be achieved through expert understanding of both worlds.

He has experience in a range of commercial transactions and therefore understands the intricacies and issues that often arise when trying to conduct matters in a sharia-compliant manner.

Mohsin is also a keen believer in facilitating economic success at the individual level by giving people the tools, confidence, and education necessary to achieve their aims.