ABM Azizuddin, FCA
Mr. ABM Azizuddin is one of the founder Partners of ACNABIN Chartered accountants. He is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh and formerly he was an Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan. He did his B. Com. (Hons.) from Dhaka University in the year 1959 and M. Com. in Accounting from the same institution in 1960 and subsequently qualified as Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan in 1967. He was member of the council of and a past president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh (ICAB). He has remarkable work experience throughout his career. Mr. Azizuddin has been working as an independent auditor and public accountant for about forty years in his capacity as a partner in some leading accounting firms in Bangladesh and thus has wide experience of the private sector accounting and audit in Bangladesh. He has extensively worked for the UNDP, UNCDF, World Bank and other donors on various financial/ economic review related assignments.
He worked as consultant to UNCDF (UNDP)/Dhaka to review and redesign the Accounting, Financial Reporting and Procurement Management System of Grameen Deep Tubewell Irrigation Project (Project BGD/90/C01), worked as consultant to UNDP to make review
of utilization of UNDP fund to Grameen Bank towardsits housing project, worked as consultant to USAID, Dhaka for financial review of a number USAIDfunded projects in Bangladesh.
As a Chartered Accountant in practice, he gained wide experience in preparation and maintenance of accounts, devising and introducing accounting systems, examining and recommending improvements in internal control systems, valuation of businesses, designing procurement management systems, investigation of accounts, proposing improvements in budgetary control and financial management systems, purchase and stock control systems etc.
As a professional accountant, he gained wide and varied experience in planning, conducting and supervising statutory and non-statutory audits in a large number of manufacturing and trading organizations and financial institutions including central bank of the country, commercial banks and other specialized financial institutions in Bangladesh.