Mohammad Nurun Nabi, FCA
Mr. Mohammad Nurun Nabi is founder Partner of ACNABIN Chartered accountants. He is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh. He graduated from the Karachi University, Pakistan in 1972, served Pakistan Army for two and half years and on selfretirement from there joined in a enameling industry as Chief Chemist and worked until repatriation in end 1973 in Bangladesh. He joined Korea Development Corporation where he worked until the formation of ACNABIN. He has been working as an independent auditor and public accountant for about 30 years and thus has wide experience of the private sector accounting and audit in Bangladesh. He Took part inthe Arthur Andersen Representative Firm’s training program held in The Saint Charles in Chicago, U.S.A. in 1999 and also in The Netherlands in 1994 and 1997. Mr. Nabi acted as a Team Leader for establishment of Financial Management systems in Bangladesh Rural Telecom Authority (BRTA), the first private rural telecom operator to install Digital Electronic Exchange operating in 199 sub-districts of Rural Bangladesh. The service included preparation and implementation of Accounting, Administration, Store and Purchase Manuals etc. He Imparted training to the accounting & managerial staff of RESP-II, a project financed by SIDA and another for Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL) in respect of implementation of Solar Home Systems (SHS) funded by the World Bank. He conducted financial analysis of BRAC’s account in the context of the Project Proposal of Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction (CFPR) under contract # DCP-DF1 DB and also Worked as a head of team engaged in reviewing the implementation status of CWASA recommendation made by Japan Bank For International Cooperation (JBIC) for capacity building for expansion of CWASA. He conducted inspection/review whether or not the Consultants and Sub-contractors of JICA executed the sub-contract appropriately in accordance with JICA guidelines being appointed by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). He also conducted “Independent Procurement PostReview (Ex-post Procurement Audit) of Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) loan project in Bangladesh for the year 2007”. The assignment included extensive review of all procurement contracts and processes for goods, services and civil construction of Local Government Engineering Department (LGED). As a Chartered Accountant in practice 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, investigation of accounts,proposing improvements in budgetary control and financial management systems, purchase and stock control systems, etc.