Finance

Bridging the Great Gender Gap: Women in Financial Services in the Middle East

By Anunitha Thomas Aside from my vested biological interest in gender inequality, I’ve been inspired by the relative improvements in the standard of living and wages of people, especially for women across the world. I think it

A Beginners Guide to the Stock Market, Part 3

by Guy  Norman I believe that stocks are the best tool for the long term investor. Investing is a completely democratic operation. Irrespective of gender, race of religion – as long as you have access to some

A Beginners Guide to the Stock Market, Part 2

By Guy  Norman I believe that stocks are the best tool for the long term investor. Investing is a completely democratic operation. Irrespective of gender, race of religion – as long as you have access to some

Beginners Guide: How To Invest Your Money In Stocks – Part 1

By Guy  Norman I believe that stocks are the best tool for the long term investor. So, in a series of articles for Nina I hope to create an effective guide for those of you who are

Financial Stability

Regular contributor and Islamic finance expert Dr Natalie Schoon, examines the importance of financial stability. Previously we looked at the rather dull but necessary subjects of budgeting and saving. Even though we would all much rather think about fun

A Woman in the World of Insurance

By Rina Amireh, Head of Employee Benefits Division at Anglo Arab Insurance Brokers (AAIB). As a young female, heading up the Employee Benefits Division at Anglo Arab Insurance Brokers (AAIB), a leading international insurance broker for post-conflict territories,

Financial Literacy

Although men are typically involved in public functions such as business and politics, women tend to be the strongest drivers of economic and social development. It is generally the husband, father, or brother who officially owns the