Curriculum Vitae - North South University

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Mohammad Sarwar Rekabder
460 Greenway, Moghbazar,
Dhaka, Bangladesh
+8801745868405
[email protected]
EDUCATION
Carleton University
Master of Business Administration
Concentration: Finance, GPA: 10.13 out of 12 (Above 80% Marks)
Ottawa, Ontario
December, 2012
University of Dhaka
Master of Business Administration,
Concentration: Accounting, GPA: 3.67 out of 4
Dhaka, Bangladesh
July 2004
University of Dhaka
Bachelor of Business Administration
Concentration: Accounting, GPA: 3.75 out of 4
Dhaka, Bangladesh
July 2003
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
North South University
School of Business and Economics
Lecturer-Accounting (Full-time)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sep 2015 – Current
Delivered lectures in Managerial and financial accounting, evaluated student’s performance through formal
examinations and eventually graded their performance;
Provided support to the SBE (School of Business and Economics) through generating student learning objective
report at the end of the semester;
Oriented case based curriculum for Cost accounting and Managerial Accounting courses and coached students in
solving real life problems in academic setting.
Canadian Accounting and Tax
Accounting Consultant
Toronto, Ontario
Jan 2015 to July 2015
Produced monthly, quarterly, and annual Financial Statements for clients within tight deadlines and performed
data analysis for clients through applying financial modeling tools and techniques: Used ACCPAC and Simply
Accounting;
Advised clients regarding corporate tax planning, capital structure, financial planning & Budgeting and
financial forecasting;
Performed bank reconciliation and account reconciliation as well as reconciliation of the receivables and
payables for the clients on a regular basis;
Advised clients regarding the micro and macro-economic factors that might affect the business;
Massey Centre for Women
Accounting Administrator
Toronto, Ontario
Dec 2013 to January 2015
Performed Accounts Payable and Receivables Reconciliations periodically to check accuracy of the accounts
and passed adjusting journal entries to correct errors if any; (used SAGE ACCPAC 200 ERP (VERSION 5.6A);
Prepared monthly Investment Analysis Report through identifying the dividends, reinvestments, interests and
distributions and matched with cash balances at the end of the period;
Assisted in the preparation of the Financial Budgets through correctly forecasting and allocating numbers into
different departments and time periods; applied advanced excel function such as V-lookup, H-lookup and Macro
etc.
Generated various reports such as Bank Reconciliations, Analysis of variances, Expense Projections, GST &
HST Report & Master Assets Lists etc. as per the needs of the Finance Directors;
Worked as a member of the “Values Committee” – contributed in the group discussion to evaluate financial and
nonfinancial performance (Balanced Scorecard) of the agency;
ASA University Bangladesh
Lecturer-Accounting (Full-time)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
April 2008 – June 2010
Trained students in Financial Statement Analysis by using real life cases and financial statements; equipped
students with tools and techniques for critical evaluation of financial statements.
Worked with several public and private banks executives for the development of BASEL-II implementation
strategies; proposed recommendations to facilitate BASEL-II implementation in Bangladesh.
Oriented case based curriculum for Cost accounting and Managerial Accounting courses and coached students in
solving real life problems in academic setting.
Coached students to understand International accounting standards (IAS), International financial reporting
standards (IFRS) and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP);
State University Bangladesh
Lecturer-Accounting (Full time)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
September 2006-April 2008
Delivered lectures in Managerial and financial accounting, evaluated student’s performance through formal
examinations and eventually graded their performance;
Worked with a committee of seven faculties in developing curriculum for the proper blend of Economics, Finance
and Accounting in business administration studies;
Coached students to understand International accounting standards (IAS), International financial reporting
standards (IFRS) and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP);
Published Article:
1. Khan, M.T.F, Sayem,S.M. and Rekabder, M. Sarwar Jahan (2010), “Forecasting price of selected agricultural
commodities in Bangladesh: An empirical study. Journal of ASA University Review, Volume04.
2. Hasan, M. T., Rekabder, M. Sarwar Jahan, Akter Shammi and Sayem, S.M (2010), “Basel II: A challenge and
an opportunity to Bangladeshi Banking”. Journal ASA University Review. Volume-03.
Awards and Achievements:
2012--Recipient of the first price award from the Canadian Association for Family Enterprise (CAFE) Ottawa for
Writing an essay on “The Role of Family Bonding in Family Business” (http://httpserver.carleton.ca/~fbrouard/documents/CAFEaward2012PaulRekabderFBgovernance.pdf)
2005--Recipient of the Education Board scholarship in BBA and MBA, University of Dhaka Bangladesh
Assets and Interests:
 Specialties: Advance Corporate Finance, Financial Statement Analysis, Financial Planning and Forecasting,
Financial Reporting; IFRS, Advanced Accounting;
 Interests: Music, Film, community service, sports, and travelling.
 Nationality: Bangladeshi by Birth
 Languages: Fluent in Bengali (mother tongue) and in English
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