Mohammad Siddiqi brings to each client engagement a personal philosophy that complements CCA’s mission: “I approach every situation with optimism, vision, and curiosity,” he says.
Mohammad draws on his financial modeling and client due diligence experience to help our senior staff prepare the financial projections and valuations that form the foundation of a business sale transaction. Through his previous experience in public accounting, he’s gained an in-depth understanding of financial statements and how company operations translate to financial performance, which proves invaluable in his current role. He’s also skilled in conducting buyer and investor outreach and developing the investment memoranda and other documents that are crucial to presenting a company to prospective buyers in the best possible light.
Before joining CCA, Mohammad served as a Healthcare Finance Consultant with the CPA firm Dixon Hughes Goodman and completed audit/accounting and finance internships with Deloitte and Morgan Stanley. Valued by clients and staff for his forethought and attentiveness, he holds a M.S. in accounting, organisations and institutions from The London School of Economics and Political Science and a B.A. in accounting from Towson University.
On the personal side…
As an undergraduate, Mohammad led an effort to build a primary health clinic in the remote village of Santokha in India—an initiative he undertook after visiting his parents’ birthplace and seeing first-hand the lack of basic health care and its impact on the villagers. His travels have taken him to 10 countries to date, including a six-week backpacking trip through Europe’s most interesting and vibrant cities. An avid reader, he says, “I have an appreciation for the classics by authors like Fyodor Dostoevsky and enjoy contemporary nonfiction books like Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman, which is such a thought provoking read.”