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  • Date of birth
    April 11, 1986 (age 35)
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  • Education
    Dagestan State University
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Murad Aliskerov Sidarovich
the Director General of the Islamic financial company "Lyariba-Finance"

Murad Aliskerov in 2003 he graduated from secondary school №34 in the city of Makhachkala. After that, he entered the Dagestan State University on the financial and economic faculty. Since school time of religious and economic themes were the center of attention and study. To a greater extent passion to exact Sciences and Economics from childhood instilled in my mom, who has long worked as a merchandiser. Simultaneously with the scientific activities were engaged in combat sports, where he managed to reach certain regalia, among which the double prize-winner of Dagestan in Thai Boxing, winner of International Judo tournament. Although such achievements have virtually every inhabitant of the Caucasus region.

Professional background

Since 2007 he worked in Bank "the EXPRESS", head of sector for development of Islamic banking. In the framework of the activities undertaken for the first time in Russia was held to review all banking products and services for compliance with the norms of Islam. After identifying services that meet the Sharia office was opened "Mudarib", the head of which was in the period from 2009 to 2010. At the end of 2010 was appointed Deputy Director of the "Makhachkala". In early 2011 he founded the company "Lyariba-Finans" which head is today.


Is a member of the Russian Association of experts on Islamic Finance.Is a senior lecturer of the Dagestan Institute of Humanities and teacher of Humanities College courses "Islamic Finance".In the study of international experience in Islamic Finance was held practical courses in countries such as Indonesia (Bank Muamalat), Turkey, Dubai and Saudi Arabia (Bank Al-Radji)

Personal life

Married with a son

The best way to do their job

“Our ancestors left us the best example of how to live and to die. Woe to us if in spite of this we will be like lost sheep to go looking up into the abyss. I sincerely wish that every Muslim has become the best in the business: if an engineer, we built the masterpieces of architecture, if a doctor, the best healer, if a researcher, luminary and discoverer of many laws. Only in this case we are waiting for a Renaissance similar to what was in the first 3-4 centuries after the Prophet (pbuh).”