Aman Amanah

Join Singapore's Sole Shariah-Compliant Finance Team

Be an Islamic Wealth Advisor that’s guided by scholars to help others craft financial success in dunia and akhirah

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Being an Islamic Wealth Advisor might be for you if

You hold a local polytechnic diploma or degree

Our industry often requires this standard qualification for advisor licensing. We also consider equivalent qualifications like IB, overseas degrees, and more.

You're passionate about helping others succeed

Advisors focused on their clients' success tend to excel. If you're dedicated to helping people achieve their financial goals, this role aligns perfectly.

You crave flexible work options

You'll decide when, how, and where you work. After completing necessary training, you gain full control over your schedule.

You adhere to Shariah principles

Our business's foundation revolves around Shariah compliance. Recommending products in line with these principles is essential in this role and sets us apart in the industry.

Being an Islamic Wealth Advisor might NOT be for you if

You're only in it for the money

If making lots of money is your main goal without caring much about clients, this might not be the place for you. We focus on helping clients and doing things the right way

You're more about helping yourself than others

Our main focus is on our clients. If you're not big on putting their needs first, this job might not be a good match.

You want quick success

Being a successful advisor takes time. At the start, things might be tough before they get easier. It's a journey that needs patience and hard work

You're shy and not comfortable talking to people

This job involves a lot of meetings and conversations with clients. If you're not keen on regularly chatting with people or selling, it might not be the best fit for you

What you will be doing as
an Islamic Wealth Advisor

In this job, you can expect the following:

  1. Be Islamic Wealth Advisor Certified: At the start, you will be doing training and certification to be a certified Islamic Wealth Advisor

  2. Training and Licensing: You’ll attend comprehensive training sessions to equip yourself with the necessary expertise.

  3. Understanding Client Needs: Meeting with potential clients will be routine. You’ll dive into their financial needs, guiding them to find solutions aligned with Shariah principles.

  4. Staying Informed: Keeping up-to-date with the newest financial products and ensuring they align with Shariah principles will be part of your routine. It’s about maintaining a thorough understanding of what’s permissible.

  5. Giving Talks & Conducting Workshops: You’ll have the opportunity to run workshops and talks with the support of the team. Sharing knowledge and insights about Shariah-compliant financial practices will be a key part of your role.

Benefit you’ll get as an Islamic Wealth Advisor at Aman Amanah

Direct Access to Islamic Finance Scholars

You'll regularly engage with two esteemed scholars in Islamic finance. This means opportunities to meet, seek advice, ask questions, and receive guidance. Whenever you need assistance or clarity, their expertise is readily available

No Repayment Pressure

Unlike some companies where starting allowances come with a condition to meet targets within a year, here you won't owe money if you don't hit your targets. You can focus on growing without the stress of repayment hanging over you

Financial Support for Transitioning

If you are a high performing Financial Advisor elsewhere, you'll be supported while you transition to working at Aman Amanah. You may get up to $50,000 should you perform as well as at your old agency

Shared Values with Your Team

At Aman Amanah, the team has been carefully chosen to align with the company's values and culture. Everyone here believes in the mission and works together toward common goals. You'll be surrounded by like-minded individuals who share your values and vision

Message from the Founder, Zaid Masagos

We’re not your typical finance crew. We’re all about being helpful, super careful, and genuine in everything we do.

Here’s the scoop: we’re the only ones in Singapore who are Shariah-compliant financial consultancy. But that’s just the beginning. We’re all about our clients—keeping them front and center, understanding their needs, and tailoring advice that truly helps them reach their financial goals and to help in purification of their wealth where necessary.

We pride ourselves on being knowledgeable, but it’s not just about knowing our stuff; it’s about how we use that knowledge to make a difference. Every suggestion we make is rooted in genuine care and a deep understanding of what our clients value.

Here’s the deal: if you’re all about being genuinely helpful, super careful in your approach, and want to be part of a team that knows Islamic Finance (specifically insurance advisory aligned with our scholar’s fatwa, syariah compliant investment, wasiat creation, and zakat calculation) inside out while putting clients first, then you might just be the perfect fit for us.

Join us in this journey of making Islamic Finance more than just accessible —it’s about creating genuine connections, being incredibly helpful, and making a lasting impact in people’s lives.

Looking forward to the possibility of having you on board.

Our Shariah Advisors

Datuk Prof. Dr. Mohamad Akram Laldin

Executive Director of ISRA and Professor at INCEIF

He is currently the Executive Director of International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA) and Professor at International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF). Prior to joining ISRA he was an Assistant Professor at the Kulliyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, International Islamic University, Malaysia (IIUM). In the period 2002-2004, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

Prof. Akram holds a B.A. Honours degree in Islamic Jurisprudence and Legislation from the University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.

He also has a Ph.D. in Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (Usul al-Fiqh) from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Mr. Haron Masagoes Hassan

Deputy Head of FAiWA

He is presently the Deputy Head and Internal Shariah Advisor for the Islamic Wealth Advisory (FAiWA) division within Financial Alliance. He has over 10 years of wealth management experience. Currently he holds supervisory level for Wealth Management in investment department. He is a member of the investment committee and also works closely with FAiWA’s external Shariah Advisor, Prof. Dr. Mohamad Akram Laldin of International Shariah Research Academy or ISRA, Malaysia.

He is a graduate of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), obtaining bachelor’s degree in Comparative Religion Studies and Usuluddin. He had completed a certificate in Fundamentals of Financial Services from Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI).

Values we hold tight at Aman Amanah

  1. Aman (Peace):
    We are focused on providing everyone a peace of mind when in dunia & akhirah, here & the hereafter.
  2. Amanah:
    To be trusted, accountable, and responsible in all our actions and responsibilities.
  3. Helpful:
    We are committed to finding ways to support others. Whether it’s our clients, our team members, or our community, our focus remains on providing assistance and guidance whenever needed.
  4. Careful:
    Meticulousness is our mantra when it comes to choosing the right advice or action. Every decision we make, every piece of guidance we offer is carefully considered to ensure it aligns with our values and serves our clients’ best interests.
  5. Genuine:
    We believe in giving advice that genuinely benefits our clients. Our commitment to authenticity means that the recommendations we provide are rooted in sincerity and aimed at truly benefiting those we serve.

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