Muhammad works across several practices at Frontier, applying economic frameworks to help clients in utilities, infrastructure and retail spaces.
Since joining the firm in 2018, Muhammad has worked in the Aviation, Water, Energy and Strategy practices at Frontier. He has helped clients across a number of areas, such as long term business planning, assessing regulatory frameworks and understanding policy issues. He is skilled at both quantitative and qualitative analysis, combining insights from data with practical considerations to help clients answer important questions for their businesses.
Prior to joining Frontier, Muhammad had been a research assistant at the Bank of England where he worked with micro and macroeconomic datasets to explore issues in the UK economy. He has received a BSc Economics degree from the University of Exeter and a MSc Financial Economics degree from the University of London, Birkbeck College.