Mohammad Nomaan is a Partner at Grant Thornton’s Bahrain office in the Advisory business function. He has over 15 years of experience in Financial Advisory, Corporate Finance and Equity Research.
Prior to joining Grant Thornton, he was working with a Saudi Group involved in the Oil, Gas & Petrochemical sector, based in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia. He was leading the Corporate Finance & Investments team responsible for raising Equity funding for their Manufacturing unit based in Dammam as well as Working Capital financing from local banks for the parent group and its subsidiaries.
Previously working with a Big4 firm for over 7 years in India and Bahrain in Transactions Advisory Services, Nomaan was actively involved in M&A assignments including sourcing various investment opportunities, preliminary review of valuations, review of business plans / feasibility studies, challenging the business case in the light of prevailing market and sector knowledge.
At Grant Thorton, Nomaan has worked across several engagements including business plans & feasibility studies, market entry & exit strategy, valuations, due diligence and other miscellaneous engagements across the Bahrain & Saudi market.
Nomaan has also worked with an investment research organization where he was exposed to different sectors such as Real Estate, Banking, and Petrochemical industry.
Nomaan has also worked on assignments covering valuation of investment portfolio owned by clients, preparation of Private Placement / Information Memorandums, coordination with consultants / legal advisors for transaction restructuring etc.
- Financial Advisory
- Corporate Finance
- Due diligence
- Business plans
- Feasibility studies
- Market entry & exit strategy
- Equity Research