According to the Cambridge IFA UK, Ms. Emina Šišić, a member of the Management Board of Bosna Bank International (BBI), is on the list of 50 most influential women in the world, in the Islamic banking field for 2020, within their "WOMANi report" program.
WOMANi is part of a project that Cambridge IFA is implementing to empower women, and to understand the importance and the role that extremely talented women play in Islamic business and finance.
“Our WOMANi program is a small contribution to the global movement to make the world an equal place to live", said Dr. Sofiza Azmi, CEO of Cambridge IFA.
This is the third year in a row that the Cambridge IFA has compiled a list of the 300 most influential women in the field of Islamic banking, and this year a member of the Management Board of BBI Bank is ranked 33rd. Extensive research has been conducted among women in Islamic finance from around the world in selecting the most influential women. The assessment and selection conducted by economic experts and analysts was performed using a methodology based on three factors: professional leadership, advocacy, and industry impact recognition.
Emina Šišić was born in Sarajevo, where she graduated from the Faculty of Economics and also obtained a master's degree in management. She obtained an MBA in International Business and Management from Griffith College Dublin and Nottingham Trent, University of London. She is a certified public accountant since 2005. She has had a successful banking career working in several banking institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as in Bosna Bank International, where she is currently a member of the Management Board. From 2013 to 2015, Ms. Šišić held the position of Director of the United Bank of Albania (UBA) in Tirana.
Cambridge IFA from Great Britain is an analytical house in the field of financial services that specializes in the development of modern analytical tools for evaluating business data, assessing macroeconomic indicators and monitoring market trends. They place emphasis on market positioning and brand development of financial institutions in the global market. They also provide strategic advisory services to state governments, financial institutions and multilateral organizations in the development of Islamic financial markets.