What makes us unique?

Dome Advisory is a leading boutique Islamic finance and Shariah advisory firm headquartered in the City of London which is directed by individuals who are both English qualified lawyers and award-winning Shariah scholars. This enables us to draft legal contracts while appreciating the Shariah underpinnings and conduct Shariah structuring taking into account the regulatory regime and legal enforceability. 

We offer a full range of services including Islamic finance documentation, structuring and providing Shariah opinions in all areas of law pertaining to banking, capital markets, insurance, funds, real estate, private equity and family office investments.

We have extensive expertise in litigation, arbitration, transactions, advisory and auditing work as well as providing professional training courses and setting up Shariah advisory boards. We often work closely with public and private companies, regulatory bodies, central banks and other key industry players. 

We have multi-disciplinary, multi-linguistic and cross-jurisdictional capabilities that enable us to not only give advice but to also practically structure deals and draft documentation in both English and Arabic.

Our leading Islamic finance and Shariah law practice specialises in:

  • Islamic financial product structuring and drafting of contracts
  • Islamic financial legislation and regulation
  • Islamic dispute resolution including arbitration and mediation
  • Litigation involving Islamic finance and law
  • Organisational structuring / restructuring and establishing windows
  • Laws of Muslim countries
  • Shariah Advisory Boards
  • Shariah opinions and certifications
  • Shariah audit
  • Training and development 

We have advised in the following sectors:

  • Islamic banking and finance
  • Halal economy
  • Private equity
  • Real estate
  • Funds and asset management
  • Development and regeneration
  • Health and life sciences
  • Farming, food and agriculture
  • Education and information services
  • Energy, environment and recycling
  • Technology and infrastructure
  • Clothing and fashion