All posts by Mohamad Rozaiman Abdul Rahman

Rozaiman is the founder and managing partner of Rozaiman Abdul Rahman, and has close to 20 years of experience in civil and criminal litigation, corporate commercial law, intellectual property and real estate matters. He has advised a wide range of clients ranging from large and midsized corporations, banks and financial institutions, government linked entities as well as high net worth individuals. A former deputy public prosecutor with the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC), Rozaiman has also worked as legal adviser and corporate secretary for several of Brunei’s largest banks and financial institutions, and is well versed in various banking and Islamic finance transaction and matters. Rozaiman was admitted in 1997 as an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Brunei Darussalam. He subsequently served as Legal Counsel and Deputy Public Prosecutor in the Attorney General’s Chambers before holding several positions as Legal Adviser and corporate secretary for several notable banks and financial institutions. Rozaiman also acted as Head of Consumer Banking of Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) Sdn Bhd and as Deputy Managing Director, Takaful BIBD.

Implication of syariah laws

Implications of Syariah Laws in Brunei Darussalam

The term, “Syariah law” is often associated with harsh lashings and other similarly dated modes of punishment. In reality, however, the harsh punishment associated with Syariah law is often hugely exaggerated and has little impact on businesses in a Syariah-based State like Brunei. Mohamad Rozaiman Abdul […]