Moeen Yaseen is the Founder director of Global Vision 2000 a private independent UK Islamic thinktank and business consultancy. He is a visionary, thought leader, business consultant and educator and has been pioneering his vision of ” Moving Towards the Universal paradigm shift”.
John Attridge ( C.T.B ) is the founder and CEO of BBXUK “the Bank of spare capacity”. John has been in the complementary currency space since founding the industry sector in Australia in the 1980’s and has been part of the Industry group IRTA since inception being the first person in the southern hemisphere to be awarded the highest industry designation for industry understanding also serving terms on the ethics and education committees of that group
Simon Mouatt has lectured in higher education for 26 years and is an established researcher in monetary economics and global political economy. He has a keen sense of economic and social justice and actively supports the objective of advancing a moral political economy for the sake of humanity and the planet. In particular, he has served as the vice-chairman for the Christian Council for Monetary Justice and secretary for the Association of Heterodox Economics, and worked in partnership with several groups and individuals that promote inter-faith understanding and cooperation on the pressing contentious issues of our time.
Baba Yunus Muhammad is a renowned scholar and internationally recognized thought leader who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in journalism, teaching, strategic intelligence and Halal economy with proven effectiveness in creative solutions for service delivery. A product of the London School of Journalism, Bath, UK and the Fuld-Gilad-Herring Academy of Competitive Intelligence, USA, Baba Yunus began his career as an Arabic Instructor in Ghana and Nigeria in the early 80s. He later practised Journalism in various capacities in the mid-80s in the UK, including regular contributions to the Arabia Magazine, Slough and the BBC African Service. He later worked as Senior Research Fellow at the Muslim Institute for Research and Planning, London. He now heads the Africa Islamic Economic Foundation (AFRIEF), an independent development organization that provides a distinctive Islamic perspective on economic development and social issues as a solutions framework for Africa’s economic, social and environmental challenges.