Mohammed has been listed several times as one of the 100 most influential Muslims in the UK. He practised as a tax adviser for more than 30 years, spending nearly 20 years of them as a tax partner in Price Waterhouse, now PwC. He was the first Muslim to be admitted to the Price Waterhouse partnership in the UK, specialising in international tax and the taxation of derivatives and foreign exchange. For four years he led the firm’s UK finance and treasury tax network.
Before retiring in 2009, he was PwC’s head of Islamic finance in the UK and a member of PwC’s four-person Global Islamic Finance Leadership Team.
In retirement, as well as Islamic finance consulting and writing, he spends most of his time ‘giving back’ to the community by writing, speaking, informal mentoring and active involvement with numerous organisations. This activity was recognised by his selection as the Clare College Alumnus of the Year 2014.