Hussein is an associate in the commercial department of Al Busaidy, Mansoor Jamal & Co (AMJ) and has broad experience in the field of Islamic finance product development and structuring. Prior to joining AMJ, Hussein practised at an international law firm in Egypt, where he advised high-profile financial institutions in Egypt and the GCC on their Islamic finance products; this included advising Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (as IMLA) in Egypt on the structuring of a first-of-its-kind shariah-compliant ijarah debt-refinancing and revolving mudarabah facilities, and advising Arab National Bank on the structuring and licensing of shariah-compliant tahawuut instruments in Saudi Arabia. Hussein also participated in the review of the bill of the now abrogated Egyptian sukuk law. Hussein regularly advises Omani financial institutions such as Alizz Islamic Bank, Meethaq and Muzn Islamic Banking on the drafting and structuring of shariah-compliant corporate financing transactions and sukuk programmes; among those transactions was the offering by Meethaq Islamic Banking of a 50 million Omani rial diminishing musharakah-structured financing for the development of a fully integrated large-scale poultry project.