Muzammil Shaikh Chief Financial and Commercial Officer

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About Muzammil Shaikh

Muzammil is a Chartered Accountant (ACA) and an experienced CFO with over twelve years of finance experience.

He has been responsible for TheJudge’s financial reporting since 2020 when TheJudge was acquired by Thomas Miller. He has recently taken over as Chief Financial and Commercial Officer for TheJudge. He is keen to work with CFOs to help them manage their companies’ resources more efficiently and pursue necessary legal action without compromising financial stability. He can help companies manage their cash flows, provide budgeting solutions and support risk management through tailored finance solutions.

Muzammil’s previous experience includes serving as CFO of Thomas Miller Specialty Group and holding various financial and regulatory reporting roles at HSBC, Deloitte, and the Bank of England. He studied Investment and Financial Risk Management at Bayes Business School, City University London, graduating with First Class Honours.

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