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Mohammed has over twenty five years of experience in the financial services industry including quantification and presentation of material damage and business interruption losses, pre-loss consulting, economic loss calculation, litigation support, corporate and superannuation accounting, investment analysis and unit pricing and superannuation fund administration.


  • Doctor of Business Administration (Financial Crisis Management) Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
  • Master of Business (Accounting) Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
  • Bachelor of Arts (Management and Accounting) Addis Ababa University
  • Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA Australia)
  • Certified Management Accountant (CMA Australia)

Professional Experience

After five years overseas professional experience, Mohammed joined Hannan Superannuation in Melbourne in May 1990. For five and a half years, As Accounting and Technical Services Manager he dealt with accounting and administration of superannuation funds and corporate financial activities.

Mohammed joined the Australian Superannuation Group (TASG) in October 1995 as a Senior Manager – Accounting to lead TASG’s corporate and superannuation fund accounting department. At TASG, he was responsible for leading and monitoring a team of qualified accountants involved in corporate accounting, superannuation fund accounting, compliance services, investment analysis and unit pricing. He was also responsible for improving business performance across all categories of clients and products offered.

Mohammed joined MSM Loss Management in March 1999 in Melbourne as a Senior Consultant to set up the firm’s operational and financial systems. Mohammed handled losses involving major property, business interruption, product liability, fidelity guarantee and other forms of financial losses suffered by various types of companies in industries such as commercial, manufacturing, mining etc.

Mohammed is also involved in research work with the Centre for Strategic Economic Studies of Victoria University in Melbourne where he has produced various publications including a book published by Elsevier in 2007.