Akram and Associates PLLC (“Akram”) is a trusted assurance, accounting, tax and advisory firm. We serve Alternative Investment entities, family offices, and high net worth individuals in the United States. In today's high-speed, high-growth and high-stakes market, tailored client services are needed more than ever before.
Alternative Investment Funds are the cornerstone of our business. Akram has emerged as an expert in the Alternative Investment arena. By pairing our industry expertise with a flexible, customized, business-focused approach, we provide our clients with immediate and direct access to the right resources, fair fees and engagement team continuity.
Akram assists emerging and seasoned managers with all aspects of fund formation. Our expertise extends to a diverse cross-section of strategies and asset classes, including long-short equity, fixed-income, multi-strategy, quantitative, sector-specific, funds-of-funds, etc. We continuously respond to the evolving needs of our clients. We constantly re-evaluate our service offerings within the Alternative Investments arena. We also educate clients on industry trends and the latest compliance requirements and regulations. As demand for strong governance, compliance, infrastructure and operations reaches on all-time high, we can help you build a strong foundation to achieve peak performance for your fund and for your investors.
Muhammad Akram is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of California, New York, and North Carolina and leads the Firm’s overall practice.
He has worked with Ernst & Young International, Anchin Block and Anchin LLP, and Rothstein Kass & Co. where he worked on the audit, tax and consulting engagements for onshore and offshore alternative investment funds.
Muhammad has worked with hedge fund and mutual fund administrators and has supervised all aspects of fund accounting and financial reporting assignments. He has also been responsible for advising investment companies on structuring and compliance processes, and for providing consultation on regulatory and tax matters.
Muhammad earned a Bachelor of Accounting from SKANS School of Accountancy. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and North Carolina Society of Certified Public Accountants.