Equipe enseignante



  • VALENTINE BAUDOUIN, Professor at Paris Dauphine. Banking and Finance associate in the Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP Paris office. Advisor for Banks and insurance companies on Islamic compliant products development.
  • MOHAMED BOULIF, Co-founder and Managing Partner at Al Maalya Islamic Finance Consulting (Member of Al Maali Group). Lecturer at HEC - Paris Dauphine and at Strasbourg University.
  • DIDIER BRUÈRE-DAWSON, Firm partner at De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés. Advisor and litigator in M&A and financing projects.
  • LOUIS-LÉON CHRISTIANS, Professor and head of the «Chair for Law and Religion » at UCL. Head of the Research Institute RSCS for Religious Studies at UCL. Member of the board, Interfederal Belgian Agency For Equality and Non Discrimination, Formerly Visiting professor at the Catholic Institute of Paris and the University of Paris XI. Expert for the Council of Europe on religious affairs and for the Fundamental Right Agency Platform (FRA-EU).
  • BRUNO COLMANT, Ph.D., Professor at UCL/LSM, ICHEC and Vlerick business school. Member of the Royal Belgian Academy.
  • MICHEL DE WOLF, Dean of the Louvain School of Management - UCL professor and academic director of the programme. Registered auditor. Honorary Chairman of the Belgian Institute of registered auditors. Judge.
  • PIERRE DEVOLDER, Professor at UCL, Rabat and Strasbourg. Member of the Institute of Actuaries in Belgium (IABE) and member of the Insurance Commission. President of the actuarial consulting company Reacfin SA.
  • ANOUAR HASSOUNE, Professor at HEC - Dauphine. Head of Research and Strategist for MENA at The Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ.
  • LAURENT MARLIÈRE, Professor of Marketing - CEO of ISFIN – Islamic Finance and Markets - Global expert in marketing for professional firms. Scientific director of the programme.
  • FLORENCE STAINIER, Partner in the Investment Management practice of Arendt & Medernach where she specializes in legal and regulatory matters related to investment funds and management entities. She has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 2004 and was also a member of the Brussels Bar (Belgium) until 2013.
  • INES WOUTERS, Professor in Special Master Tax Management at Solvay Business School. Partner at Legisquadra Law Firm