Maryam Mohammed currently heads the International Cooperation Department at the QFC Regulatory Authority. She joined the QFC Regulatory Authority in 2009 as part of the Graduate programme in the Policy and Enforcement Division.
With over 10 years of experience at the Regulatory Authority, Ms Mohammed has experience in policy development, with a particular focus on international organisations and cooperation. Her role involves the oversight and management of the International Cooperation team, which focuses on the Regulatory Authority’s membership and participation in international organisations, management of regulatory requests from foreign regulators and negotiation of cooperation agreements. Additionally, Ms Mohammed works on the development and implementation of consumer education programmes such as Global Money Week and World Investor Week.
In 2017, Ms Mohammed was seconded to PwC’s Dubai’s financial services consulting team where she provided advise on the development of a financial centre in Asia. She also gained consulting experience during her MBA, through providing strategic advice to the senior management of one of the largest retail companies in Guangzhou, China.
Ms Mohammed holds a BA in Politics from Kingston University in the United Kingdom and a Master in Business Administration from ESSEC Business School in France and Singapore.