Industry:Banking & Financial
Mahomed Iqbal is an Investment banker with over 25 years of experience in financial markets across Europe, Latin America, Asia, and the Middle East. He is a specialist in Project Financing, Fixed Income, Corporate Finance, Corporate Banking and International Trade & Commodity Finance.
In June2022, he became an Executive Director of Banco Efisa, responsible for Corporate banking and Structured finance division and then joined Zagope as the Managing Director of structuring and sourcing finance for the various infrastructure projects for Europe, Africa and Asia markets. Subsequently, became the head of investment of BFI Bank Cape Verde and BFI PT Capital Partners, Portugal.
He was responsible for a team that arranged USD 27million syndicated facility for a Gas pipeline for the Electricity and Water authority of Shajah (UAE) and USD 250 million to the Shree Maheshwar Hydro project in India. In Portugal, he has led teams involved with syndicated facilities for RTP (State owned television company) amounting to Euro 800 million, and Carris (Lisbon Bus company) amounting to Euro 215 million, and Euro 320 million for the Madeira’s Autonomous Government amounting to Euro 120 million as Aguas de Portugal amounting to Euro 100 million, issued in Japanese Yen (being the first International bond issue for this state owned company). Beside being an alumnus of London School of Economics (LSE), he has obtained executive qulifications from Pace University and Harvard Business School in USA.