The regional branches of the Chartered Institute of Taxation all have programmes of tax lectures. On 4 May 2017 I gave the Harrow and North London Branch of the CIOT a lecture on the tax implications of Islamic finance.
As many in the audience were not Islamic finance specialists, I also included some basics regarding how Islamic finance works. I recorded the lecture, and it can now be watched below as a self-advancing PowerPoint presentation.
I am also making available here my 49-page handout "How the UK deals with the taxation of Islamic finance."
My first presentation recording was done on the spur of the moment, just putting my iPhone 6 on the table and relying on its built in microphone. See my page Lecture: One Muslim’s Perspective on Religious Freedom.
Once I found recording presentations worthwhile, I purchased a high quality Sennheiser digital lapel microphone which plugs into the data socket of my iPhone 6. That produces a much better recording.