Dr. Sheikh Mohammed bin Saud Al-osimi, a scholar with innovative and insightful ideas, is considered one of the prominent economic and academic figures in the Arab world. His biography stands out for his passion and dedication in the field of economics and economic development, with a focus on embodying modern Islamic values in the economic field. His academic journey began by obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Shari’a from Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University with a very good grade, followed by a master’s degree in economics from the University of Colorado with an excellent grade. But he did not stop there, as he continued his academic journey to earn a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Colorado, also with an excellent grade, specializing in economic development and international economics. Al-osimi distinguishes himself with his extensive academic experience in teaching and research. He taught specialized subjects in the Economics Department at Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University and participated in the discussion and supervision of scientific theses. In addition, he attended numerous local and international conferences and seminars in his field, which has earned him a prestigious position in his academic community. Not only that, but he also stands out for his active participation in the economic sectors, holding leadership positions in various financial and banking institutions. He worked as the Director of Sharia Supervision Department at Al Rajhi Bank for Investment, and as the General Manager of the Sharia Group at Bank Al Bilad. He also held administrative positions at his university, such as a member of the University Council and Deputy Dean of Student Affairs for Student Activities. Furthermore, Al-osimi is known for his participation in scientific committees, supervision of research projects, and attendance of important conferences and training courses in the field of economics and Islamic finance. His research and studies have excelled in various areas related to the economy, such as credit cards and the economic aspects of traffic accidents.