Dr Al Janahi holds more than 21 years of experience in diverse Islamic financial disciplines, and strategy gained from working with Islamic institutions in the UAE, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
In his previous post, Dr. Al Janahi serves as the 'General Advisor' at 'Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre' (DIEDC). He is mandated to oversee the development and execution of strategies related to Islamic economy in Dubai. He is also assigned to introduce new initiatives supporting the vison of 'Dubai the Capital of Islamic economy'.
Prior to the establishment of (DIEDC), Dr. Al Janahi served as a consultant to various legal institutions and contributed to the structuring of new Islamic finance products. Earlier, he has led the Sharia Department at 'Al Baraka Islamic Bank' in Bahrain.
He is also serving as professor of Islamic law in banking and finance at the 'French Arabian Business School', a vising lecturer in 'Al Sharjah University', and 'Islamic Jurisdiction at Al Imam Malek Islamic Institute', Ministry of Justice and Islamic Affairs in Manama, Bahrain.
Dr. Al Janahi is the owner and editor-in-chief of "As-saheefa As-sadiqa", a periodic magazine started publishing in 2009 in Bahrain, and distributed all around the Gulf countries. The magazine main focus is simplifying Islamic teaching in a modern way. He also published many books in Islamic studies and wrote many articles in Islamic economy related theories.
He is also the founder and CEO of "Almuallim Online", the first online live audio video tutoring in GCC, established in 2008.
Dr. Al Janahi holds a PhD in Islamic Studies from Warnbrought College in Ireland, as well as a Master's in Business Law from Bond University in Australia, and a Bachelor degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Central Florida in the US, he is also certified international Islamic commercial arbiter.