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Muhammad Ahsan Nabeel Sheikh

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Nabeel is a Valuations professional with over 8 years of expertise in providing reliable opinions to financial institutions, investment firms and corporations on the realizable value of intangible assets, going concerns and other specialized business assets for lending, transactional and financial reporting purposes. 

Nabeel started his career in Valuations in the United States, after completing his Master in Business Administration from the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business in Chicago with a double concentration in Finance and Financial Management & Control with academic distinction. Previously, Nabeel completed his Bachelors in Economics from Grinnell College in the United States and his GCE Advanced Levels from Aitchison College in Pakistan.

Nabeel has been engaged as an independent valuation expert on multiple occasions to provide opinion on mergers and acquisitions, going-concerns, intangible assets and distressed investment scenario valuations. Due to his career spanning across the United States, Pakistan and now Canada, he has a comprehensive background in valuations of businesses across diverse industries, demographics and financial capacities. Hard-to-value assets and early stage businesses are also part of his experience.

Currently, Nabeel is working in the Private Investments Valuations group of Alberta Investment Management Corporation, one of Canada’s largest and most diversified institutional investment managers with more than $75 billion of assets under management. He is also successfully pursuing the Chartered Financial Analyst and Chartered Business Valuators programs.

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Nabeel is a Valuations professional with over 8 years of expertise in providing reliable opinions to financial institutions, investment firms and corporations on the realizable value of intangible assets, going concerns and other specialized business assets for lending, transactional and financial reporting purposes.

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