Mohammed joined AMEA Power following his role as a Director at Al Nowais Investments, where he focused on infrastructure project development, finance, and investment activities for the group. Mohammed is primarily responsible for project execution, with a focus on financial, commercial and transactional matters across thermal and renewable energy projects; and portfolio investment strategy.
Mohammed has twelve years of experience in investments, fund management, corporate finance, and advisory services in the infrastructure, energy, oil and gas, petrochemical, industrial, manufacturing, and real estate sectors.
Mohammed was previously a founding member and Managing Director of Investbridge Capital, a DIFC-based private equity firm, where he led the group’s mandates in infrastructure and petrochemicals. Mohammed has also advised a number of prominent governmental and quasi-governmental institutions on strategies and policies related to infrastructure development and public-private partnerships. Mohammed received a Juris Doctorate in Law and a Masters in Business Administration from Chapman University, and a Bachelor in Political Science from the University of California. He also completed an executive program in Infrastructure & Project Finance at Harvard University.