Colin Mohamed, CPA, CGMA
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Mohamed has over 18 years of experience in fund accounting, treasury management, and financial controls.
Mr. Mohamed previously served as a Principal and Chief Accounting Officer of the Global Market Strategies Group at The Carlyle Group with a focus on BDCs, senior loans, CLOs and private equity. Prior to that, he was the Senior Controller/Vice President of the Hedge Funds Solutions Group and the Private Equity (Secondary) Funds Group at PineBridge Investments LLC.
Mr. Mohamed began his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, where he spent 13 years and left as a Senior Manager. At PwC, he worked in the Alternative Investment Funds Group and the Banking and Capital Markets Group. Mr. Mohamed was a member of the Technical Assurance Group, a select group of senior managers, managing directors, and partners who prepare and present white papers on technical accounting and audit issues.
Mr. Mohamed has an MBA from Pace University and is a Certified Public Accountant, Chartered Global Management Accountant, Board Member – New York State Society of CPAs (Manhattan/Bronx), and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA and New York State Society of CPAs.
Mr. Latzer is a founder of Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz and the Senior Partner of Pearl Cohen’s Corporate Group. Mr. Latzer has over 25 years of commercial and corporate law experience working both as in-house and outside counsel.
Mr. Latzer was the chairman of Aktiva Holdings BV, a private equity holding company in the Netherlands, and is a director in D.G.S. (Energy) Consulting & Entrepreneurship Ltd., a consulting firm primarily in the renewable energy and the project finance fields. He is also a mentor at the Microsoft Accelerator program in Israel, which is Microsoft’s first accelerator that assists selected startup companies in the IT and software fields.
Mr. Latzer worked as an in-house attorney for the Kansas Power & Light Company (KP&L), concentrating on joint ventures and technology-related investments. He served as of counsel at Shook, Hardy & Bacon in Kansas City, Missouri, and as a visiting professor of International Transactions at UMKC Law School. He also served as an in-house attorney at Elbit Ltd, a leading international contractor in the defense field.